Iroquois County State Wildlife Area Hike

Beaverville, Illinois 60912

Iroquois County State Wildlife Area Hike

Iroquois County State Wildlife Area Hike Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Gloriously remote, the Iroquois County State Wildlife Area offers a serene place to stretch your legs. During the summer, wildflowers decorate the sides of the trail, while bluebirds and woodpeckers dart among the stately oak trees in the savanna.

This hike starts in Hooper Branch Savanna Nature Preserve, a nearly 500-acre expanse within the wildlife area. Look for the wide, grassy trail heading north into the nature preserve directly across the road from Parking Area 8."

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Trail Information

Beaverville
Nearby City
Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Accessibility
2.15
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
1 hour
Duration
Daily, sunrise–sunset except during hunting season (October–December)
Season
Hunting
Additional Use
Available outside the headquarters building (corner of County Roads 3300 and 2800) and at the website. USGS Donovan, IL-IN, and USGS Leesville, IL-IN
Local Maps

Trail Log