James "Pate" Philip State Park


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James "Pate" Philip State Park


Location:In northeast Illinois, in Bartlett, on Stearns Road, west of Powis Road.
Facilities:Picnic area, shelter, multi-purpose trails (5 miles), restrooms, drinking water, visitor/education center (é).
Activities:Environmental education programs, hiking, horseback riding, bicycling, cross-country skiing.
Special Features:Purpose of the park is to blend the forest, marshland, and grasslands of Pratt's Wayne Woods Forest Preserve, which lies south of James "Pate" Philips State Park, with the park's conservation lands in order to establish native vegetation that will create new opportunities for wildlife corridors and greenway connections to neighboring counties. The park's visitor center serves as an environmental education facility, with exhibits and programs that illustrate the park's restoration story.
Address:2050 W Stearns Rd
Bartlett, IL 30103

Phone:847-608-3100
Web: dnr.state.il.us/lands/Landmgt/PARKS/R2/JPatePhillip.htm
Size: 501 acres.

See other parks in Illinois.