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Need to Know
The entrance is on Half Day Road (Route 22) east of Waukegan Road (Route 43).
The separate Dog Park entrance is on Waukegan Road (Route 43) south of Old Mill Road and north of Half Day Road (Route 22). An annual or daily permit and a dog are required for use.
The trail surface type is gravel and the following activities are allowed: Hiking, Biking, Cross-Country Skiing. The trail connects to a 0.9-mile trail segment, forming a short loop through Prairie Wolf Forest Preserve.
This preserve features a 20-acre wetland, wet prairie and adjacent oak woodlands, a 1.75-mile trail for hiking, bicycling and cross-country skiing, and a one-mile self-guided nature trail. Please keep dogs leashed and on trails at all times, and pick up after them.
Flora & Fauna
In the early 1990s, a number of community groups joined us to formulate a plan to restore rare and valuable wetlands at the slough. With the help of hundreds of volunteers ranging from school children to seniors, we've restored an old agricultural field to habitat for native species. Hundreds of volunteers have planted more than 61,000 plants to provide habitat for birds, frogs, turtles and other animals.
Shared By: Lake County Forest Preserves