Kankakee River State Park Trail

MODERATE 10 reviews
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Kankakee River State Park Trail is a 10.6 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Wilmington, IL that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, mountain biking, and sea kayaking and is accessible from April until December.

10.6 miles 338 feet Point to Point

hiking

mountain biking

sea kayaking

walking

river

3 months ago

very easy trail to hike, nice views, 11.5 miles of walking trails.

3 months ago

Love this trail. River has overflowed and trail underwater 4 miles from Western end.

3 months ago

I got about 3 miles out from Davis Creek (the southern start/end) and it was kind of a boring run/hike. No real views of the river. Then i got back to the car and went to the actual Kankakee River state park. That's were things get amazing. Great views, great trail, tons of parking, outlooks, bridges, fishing, exploring. Great time.

6 months ago

Quiet. Seems like it would be great for biking too.

8 months ago

Quiet. Peaceful. Not crowded, very beautiful.

1 year ago

It's great for stroller friendly kids. Not a lot of people around so you aren't bombarded with crowds. Nice and peaceful. I've only gone on the bike track and walked down to water with my daughter in a couple of places that weren't to difficult. I haven't gone yet without my child but I've heard there is lots more to do!!

hiking
1 year ago

hiking
1 year ago

great for getting lost into the woods if you need alone time. there is hardly ever anyone around to bother you. other than the place being understaffed this is a great place for hiking. I crossed paths with many deer and other wild life.

hiking
3 years ago

This trail is actually 10 miles long. The 4.8 mile is actually along the river. The trail continues past the campground and continues thru a mile or two. The trail can be used also for biking.

hiking
5 years ago

Nice location, but park is kind of run down. No bike or canoe rentals or food in the park.