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The Fox River Trail & Illinois Prairie Path includes Bed & Breakfasts, Motels, Hotels, Campgrounds, Attractions.
Crystal Lake
Hotels and Motels
Campgrounds
Attractions
Algonquin
Bed and Breakfast
Hotels and Motels
Campgrounds
Bicycle Rentals
Attractions
Legend
food
parking
Carpentersville West Dundee
Bed and Breakfast
Attractions
East Dundee
Bicycle Rentals
Attractions
Elgin
Hotels and Motels
Campgrounds
Attractions

 

South Elgin
Attractions
St. Charles
Hotels and Motels
Bicycle Rentals
Canoe Rentals
Attractions
Geneva
Bed and Breakfast
Hotels and Motels
Bicycle Rentals
Attractions
Batavia
Bed and Breakfast
Hotels and Motels
Attractions
North Aurora
Hotels and Motels
Bicycle Rentals

 

Aurora
Hotels and Motels
Bicycle Rentals
Attractions
West Chicago
Hotels and Motels
Attractions
Warrenville
Hotels and Motels
Winfield
Attractions
Wheaton
Hotels and Motels
Bicycle Rentals
Attractions
Glen Ellyn
Hotels and Motels
Campgrounds
Bicycle Rentals
Attractions
Lombard
Hotels and Motels
Attractions
Villa Park
Hotels and Motels
Attractions
Elmhurst
Hotels and Motels
Bicycle Rentals
Berkeley Hillside
Hotels and Motels
Maywood
Hotels and Motels
Attractions
    Related Links
Kane County
Fox Valley Park District
Illinois Prairie Path Homepage
The Fox River Trail is one of the most popular and heavily used
trails in Illinois. From Crystal Lake to Aurora, the total distance
is 32 miles. The Fox  River Trail passes through the touristy
towns of St. Charles, Geneva and Batavia. It also parallels the
Fox River from Algonquin to Aurora. This might account for its
great popularity and heavy traffic.

Fox River Trail Information:
Aurora CVB 630/897-5581
Fox Valley Park District 630/897-0516
St. Charles CVB 630/377-6161
Dundee Township Visitor Center 847/426-2255

   
   
The Illinois Prairie Path is one of the oldest and widely used
trails in the nation. The main trunk running from Maywood to
Wheaton is only 15 miles long, but with the additional spurs
from Wheaton the total length ends up being 55 miles. Most
of the Illinois Prairie Path runs  through suburbs, but the
Aurora spur passes through several forest preserves. There
are plans to expand the eastern end to Forest Park.

Illinois Prairie Path Information:
Illinois Prairie Path 630/752-0120
  
 

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