Few People Know A Race Track Once Occupied The Land Of This Forest Preserve In Illinois

Illinois is filled with fascinating hikes including ones with a bit of history. As you hike along the Trail of Tears, the trails on Sylvan Island, or around the old Joliet Iron and Steel Works, you can learn about the past while spending time in nature. If you love to explore historical sites, head to Carpentersville where you can hike on the land that once belonged to an old race track.

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For more information on the old Meadowdale International Raceway, visit the official website. For trail information, head to the AllTrails webpage.

Address: State Route 31, State Rte 31, Carpentersville, IL, USA