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Delnor Woods Park
FEATURES: 42 ACRES | A native oak-hickory woodland with century-old trees plus native plantings, interpretive signage, fishing opportunities, picnic pavilions, paved pathways, and a dam with a small waterfall.
FEATURES: 131 ACRES | An Illinois Land & Water Reserve, this large and extremely diverse landscape environment features restored woodlands, wetlands, prairie and savanna areas with a picnic pavilion and walking trails.
FEATURES: 73 ACRES | Designated as an Illinois State Nature Preserve, this outstanding red oak forest with a wide diversity of wildflowers and a gravel biking trail and a model restored stream channel.
FEATURES: Located directly on the Fox River Trail, this beautiful park boasts beautiful wooden paths that seem to float just above the surface of the ponds. There's even a nature playground for the kiddos, a shelter, and several picnic tables!
FEATURES: Located behind the Kane County Government Buildings, this is where you will find the beautiful Sacred Heart Seminary Shrine (also known as the 'Geneva Grotto') when you hike south from the Government Building's parking lot.
FEATURES: With five different paths varying in length, and all connecting to make for a longer route, there are plenty of scenic views here! Natural prairie, beautiful native wildflowers, and even a large lake to gaze at! Hawk's Hallow Nature Playground is open year round and the water feature is on from Memorial Day to Labor Day (have kiddos bring swimsuits and watershoes)!
FEATURES: Shallow watery area with a beautiful little waterfall. Wear watershoes as you can play in the water! Park off of Route 31and walk west down the path for 2 minutes. It will be on your right side!