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Great trail for hiking or biking. Can be a bit strenuous in certain sections but nothing the average biker cannot handle. Best for hybrids and mountain bikes,
Slightly misnamed since the "waterfall" is no more than 4 - 6 feet tall at its' highest point....More
We took our three year old daughter here to play in the waterfall. We parked on Cass Ave right near the gate and only had to walk about 600 yards to get to the waterfall as opposed to walking the nine mile loop. My daughter...More
Our group agreed to meet on the east side of the park on Bluff. The signage was poor, so the parking lot was difficult to find. One person got lost and missed the hike. The parking lot was smallish, but well maintained, with a outhouse,...More
We took a walk at Waterfall Glen, it was beautiful. We walked to the waterfall and then continued along Sawmill Creek. It was a warm day but there were many walkers and bikers along the trails. We had a wonderful day there.
Waterfall wasn't quite as fancy as it looks in some of the photos (but still quite unique to the area) but the terrain and variety of trails made up for it. An oasis of piece in a loud, built up metropolitan area. Peaceful, hilly, water,...More
Lovely trail so close to Chicago.. the trail is about 11 miles with lots of greenery. The waterfall is beautiful and a cool place to relax. There is one stretch of trail of about half a mile with no shade whatsoever. This will drain you...More
Beautiful trails of varying terrain make up this park, with the waterfall area being great for kids or just to sit by. Very peaceful; great for dogs. Signage is very good, so that you know where you're going. Beware, parking can be tough, but there's...More
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You exit 55 at Cass Avenue. Pass the first parking area immediately south of 55 and continue on Cass to the second parking area. The waterfall area is a short walk from parking loop. It is very shallow. There were kids... More
You exit 55 at Cass Avenue. Pass the first parking area immediately south of 55 and continue on Cass to the second parking area. The waterfall area is a short walk from parking loop. It is very shallow. There were kids wading in the water.