Hammel Woods Trail

EASY 9 reviews

Hammel Woods Trail is a 3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Shorewood, IL that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

3.0 miles 139 feet Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

birding

fishing

hiking

mountain biking

nature trips

walking

river

views

wild flowers

27 days ago

Love this trail. 5 minutes from home and with plenty of parking and area businesses for a quick coffee or bite afterwards. Lotsa paths into the woods as well as a paved trail for bikers. Fishing is within the trail paths and bathrooms and picnic area for a family to enjoy the park.

1 month ago

Beautiful trail!

hiking
5 months ago

The natural surface trails make this one a hikers dream.

trail running
6 months ago

This is my favorite bit of solitude. I come here frequently for trail running as well as hiking and just walking. There are nice trails as well as paved paths. The ravine is gorgeous throughout the year. Parts get very muddy or icy, but if you have a walking stick and are careful that's more than enough.

hiking
6 months ago

It was real peaceful. Very few people out so we just strolled thru the trails. Walked around the river side. Very clean and well kept up.

7 months ago

2 years ago

My favorite time to hike this trail is in the fall when the leaves are changing colors. Very comfortable to walk either on the paved trail or the dirt trail through the woods.

mountain biking
2 years ago

A good all around trail that has it all - paved bike trails, dirt hiking trails & scenic views along the DuPage River. I only gave it 3 Stars because it is on the small side so long hikes or bike rides are out of the question. There is also a dedicated dog run for man's best friend.

hiking
4 years ago

Nice trail along the DuPage River in Will County. Paved biking trail as well as a dirt and grass trail through the forest following the river. Creeks wander the bluffs along the river. There is a dog park on one end of the Forest Preserve, and several groves with shelters and picnic tables. The AllTrails pin for this forest preserve is not correct on the map as shown, access is off of Route 59 just north of Route 52 on the east side of Rt 59 or off of Black Road east of Rt. 59.