Escape To Cache River Natural Area For A Beautiful Illinois Nature Scene
By Melissa Mahoney|Published February 24, 2021
I'm an east coast girl living in a west coast world. I've worked in the entertainment industry for much of my adult life and I love photography, writing, and traveling around the U.S. as well as to far-flung locations around the world! Travel is my life and writing about it is a dream.
In the southernmost part of the state lies the Cache River State Natural Area filled with wetlands and ancient trees. It’s a scenic place to visit, hike along the trails, and be amazed by the beautiful natural diversity here. With four notable ecological systems, you may notice the diversity of the landscape, plants, and wildlife on your visit. Let’s have a look.
Have you visit the Cache River State Natural Area, and if so, what did you think? Please tell us in the comments.
For more information about the Cache River and Heron Pond Trail, visit the webpage on Alltrails. To learn more about how the area was formed and to plan a visit to the Wetlands Center, go to the website here.
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