Loves Park Illinois Sports
The Oregon Park East Bike Path nestles on the eastern bank of the Rock River in the small town of Oregon in northern Illinois. The northern section of the Peace Trail stretches from Afton to Janesville and offers an asphalt, tree-shaded route that runs parallel to the Rock River and the active railroad line.
The western section runs from McHenry County College and US-14 to Crystal Lake, west of N. Oak Street. The Hononegah Recreation Trail starts at the intersection of North Oak Street and South Oak Street in the town of Oak Park.
The Stone Bridge Trail was built on a former track bed from the 1850s and leads through the countryside along a crushed limestone path. Built at the end of the 19th century and built on the site of the former railway tracks and the remains of former track beds from 1850, it offers crushed limestone paths through rural farmland. The asphalt path that runs through Nick Saelens Memorial Park is pretty, as it runs along a stream along a tree-lined stream. The Leland Path offers relatively short distances along the northern edge of Oak Park, near the intersection of North Oak Street and North Main Street.
The paved Rock River Recreation Trail follows the east bank of the Rock River from Shorewood Park to Martin Memorial Park. The RockRiver Parkway Trail in Janesville runs along the north side of Lake Shore Drive, from Lake Street to the lakeside.
The Mel Anderson Memorial Path, named after the longtime 7th District Councilman, spans nearly two miles and connects the city's parks and recreation areas with the Des Plaines River Trail and the Chicago River. The Millennium Trail currently extends for just over 30 miles in two separate segments, but there are plans to extend it to 35 miles and connect it to the Plaines River Trail.
The Joe Stengel Trail follows an old railway corridor for 7 miles, and the Pelishek - Tiffany nature trail runs for 6 miles along an abandoned railway corridor. The Prairie Trail is managed by the McHenry County Conservation District and extends the entire length of McHenry County.
The River Bend Trail, named after the Fox River loop it follows at its eastern end, follows a loop along the Fox River. The asphalt road starts at the intersection of S. Main Street and Rock River Road in Rockford and leads south to Rock Creek Trailhead on the north side of Rock County Road. This is a newly laid out path that leads from S Main Street and the Rock River in Rockford to S Main Street in Rockford.
The Kishwaukee River Recreation Path runs 2.5 miles along the east side of the River Bend Trail from the Rock River in Rockford to the shores of Lake Michigan. The Perryville Path runs for nearly 7 miles and connects the city's two parks, Perry County Park and Recreation Park, and the city of Perry, Illinois.
The Kishwaukee Kiwanis Trail runs along the river and winds through the town of Rockford, which winds its way to the shores of Lake Michigan. The Riverside Recreational Path starts on gravel roads and runs about 2.5 km from Riverside Park and Recreation Park in Riverside, Illinois. Swanson Park is located on the east side of the River Bend Trail at the corner of Riverside Drive and River Road and is also known as the Cherry Valley Path. Rockton Main Street Path is located in the heart of downtown Rocktown, north of Main Street and Main Street and south of River Street.
The Lake Geneva Cycle Path connects to many of the municipality's facilities and runs along the shores of Lake Geneva, Lake Illinois and Lake Michigan in the city of Geneva, providing access to the lakeside.
If you can't make it to Switzerland, there's always worse to do than take the Sugar River State Trail to Lesser Switzerland.
In the suburbs west of Chicago, the Randall Road Bike Trail offers a paved north-south route from Chicago to Lake County. The Pecatonica Prairie Trail, formerly known as the PECATONICA Prairie Path, is a 14.3 km (3.2 mi) long railway track that stretches to the western edge of Rockford. Red Road Multi-Use Path offers a 1.5 km cycle path from the city of Oak Park to Chicago. Puri Path is one of the most popular bike paths in the state of Illinois, with a total of 6.6 miles of trails.