Let us know your favorite trail, road, park, forest, hideaway, etc. to take a walk or hit the ground running. We would love to add it to our list so other's can enjoy it too.
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Stephanie Zuehl's Favorite Running Spots.
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Home of the NightCrawlers Trail Adventure. Almost entirely wooded, you are able to escape on the over 10 miles of trails weaving the way up and down and throughout this park. Once finished nothing like going for a swim in Silver Lake to refresh your body and spirit.
Brian Thomas' Secret and Not-So-Secret Favorite Running/Walking Trails.
This is home to the Hills Are Alive Trail Run & CaniCross, Trails Are Alive Night Adventure, Schneeflocke Trail Adventure. This hill-n-dale course is as challenging at times as it is scenic. I most enjoy running there in the summer as I can finish my run with a swim in the crystal clear lake within the park.
Long time favorite and location of Pike River Trail Run/Walk & CaniCross, Hateya Trail Run & CaniCross and Coureur de bois Trail Run & Relay. There are about 15 miles of trails and you are also able to access the Kenosha County Bike Path from there as well. Wayne E. Dannehl National Cross Country Course is located directly across the street from the park which is another favorite place to run.
Home of the Wolfpack Trail Run & Relay and Trail Dog Distance Classic. With over 40 miles of trails, you will be able to find the terrain that fits you best! From open prairie to hilly wooded sections and great scenic beauty everywhere. The Vern Wolfe Lake is a perfect start and finish location and all the trails are very well marked.
Another one of Brian's Secret Trails that serves up the toughest trail hill in NE IL and the highest point as well. Trails can be very overgrown in the summer but the Fall, Winter and early Spring are ideal. Parking is limited to parking on the side of the road.