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Great trail. Starting in busse woods . it then goes thru elk grove, a water reservoir, the prairie path, thru mixed surroundings and safe passage thru north Avenue (64), York road (83) and Roosevelt road( 38)(if it's not flooded. Ulrimately, the terminus is brookfield zoo....More
It would be nice to see F.D staff or pet owners clean the paths maybe once a year Why doesn't the trail continue west to Prairie ave there is a lane that was constructed on the bridge but goes nowhere .Total waste of money
My husband and I ride bicycles together and this trail is one of our favorites. So many places to hop on the trail and start from. We usually start at the zoo. We enjoy seeing all the wildlife: deer, ducks, geese, squirrels, chipmunks, etc.
Uncrowded, the well maintained wide path winds through The Chicago Forest Preserve. You can forget that you are near an enormous metropolis and immerse yourself in nature, but you can always take a break for food or beer in the friendly, mid-American, towns and villages...More
This popular trail is near my home and a treat to walk or ride my bike. For me, I prefer earlier in the day when it is not as crowded but it's just fine when throngs of dog walkers/bicyclists/runners/roller bladers/walkers are there sharing the trail...More
This review applies to the southern end of the trail running from Brookfileld to Oak Brook. This paved, well-marked trail follows the fairly substantial Salt Creek through the Cook County forest preserves. Much of the trial is in the woods away from traffic and development...More
The Salt Creek Greenway Trail is a nearly 25 miles long. It runs from Busse Forest in Elk Grove Village to the Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield. Accessible in multiple communities along the trail. It also connects with the Illinois Prairie Path and the Great Western...More