recreation

Pecatonica River Water Trail

Discover Illinois’ Friendliest Paddle.

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Polhill Park

This park features picnic and playground areas with a shelter house, plus a beautiful waterfall, a large shaded sandbox area, horseshoes, and restrooms.

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Read Park

Read Park offers many recreational opportunities and is highlighted by the Read Park Family Aquatic Center which includes a zero depth pool, water slides and play areas, and by a state of the art 11,000 square foot skate park, SK 8 Park.

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Richland Creek Trailhead

The Richland Creek Trailhead serves as the main trailhead for the northern end of the Jane Addams Recreation Trail. It features parking and a large shelter house.

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Richland Creek Wetlands and Covered Bridge

A wetlands conservation area adjacent to the Jane Addams Recreation Trail.

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Schudt Park

Located just off of historic and scenic Stagecoach Trail, Schudt Park offers picnic and playground areas, a ball diamond, basketball court, and bird watching on 3 acres.

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SK 8 Park

Located in Read Park, this Skate Park offers 11,000 square feet of skateboard heaven.

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Skate Station

Family oriented roller skating.

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Snowmobiling

There are over 300 miles of marked trails for snowmobiling in northwest Illinois, including the Jane Addams Trail between Freeport and Orangeville. Rock Hollow Conservation Club also allows snowmobiling. Detailed trail maps are available.

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SportsPlex, The

A tournament-quality soccer complex featuring up to 12 fields.

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