phoebes812 says: “A little Cal Sag Trail meeting was enough to get me out and onto a soon-to-be trail at the Cicero/Cal Sag bridge. Thank you for the inspiration.”
Submitted by Aurora Area Convention & Visitors Bureau:
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Staybridge Suites - Minutes from the start of the Aurora/North Aurora/Batavia spur. Just ask for the Pedal & Paddle rate of $85 for a single or $95 for a double room.
Baymont Inn in North Aurora welcomes you! Practically next door to the start. This is a super special rate at $69.99+tax per night for basic (1 king bed or 2 queen beds).
Don’t forget to spend extra time paddling the Fox River, swimming at Quarry Hall Beach, enjoy Hollywood Casino Aurora, see the Idina Menzel concert at RiverEdge Park or… oh, too much to list. Check out www.EnjoyAurora.com. Sooooo much to enjoy.
Steve … Your presentation in Batavia a few days ago was fantastic. There are so many opportunities to build and link trail systems in Illinois … and to take advantage of that network to generate economic development and tourism dollars. Hope you’ll be available to reprise your talk in June at a bike summit our Elgin BPAC hopes to host. Maybe bring your guitar in case the audio/visual takes some time to sync. Keep up the good work! TAtheBA
It was our first ride more than a couple miles together as a family. We had a great time!!! Thanks so much for organizing it. We’re sure it was a lot of work. We really appreciate the effort and cant wait until next year.
Thanks, Steve, for a wonderful presentation that got a lot of us in Downers Grove excited about the work you’re doing with Trails for Illinois. I, for one, made my home my trailhead and rode my bike to work today! Thanks for the motivation and great information with some fun mixed in!
Like the site here! Had an awesome holiday weekend walking and cycling on three different Chicagoland trails (Fox River, Paul Douglas FP and Deer Grove FP. The warm weather seemed to draw people out :)