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Forest Preserves of Winnebago County
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The Forest Preserves of Winnebago County owns and manages over 10,300 acres of forest preserves for citizens and visitors of Winnebago County. The District partners with local environmental education organizations to provide an array of life long learning opportunities at forest preserve sites. Severson Dells, Pecatonica River, Klehm Arboretum and Sand Bluff Bird Observatory offer unique opportunities for families, students, youth groups and individuals to gain intimate knowledge of the plants and animals of our native Illinois habitats. Four campgrounds, 28 shelterhouses, eight boat ramps, 100 miles of hiking trails, six designated nature preserves are just some of the benefits offered at the District’s 42 sites. Over 1,500,000 people visit Winnebago County forest preserves each year for picnics, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, camping, concerts, field trips and special events. Call or visit our website for free maps and brochures to help you find and enjoy some of the most beautiful natural areas in the Midwest.

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