Busse Woods Trail

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The Busse Woods Trail system is located within Ned Brown Forest Preserve, a 3,700-acre property in the western suburbs of Chicago. There are 11.2 miles of paved trails for cyclists, equestrians and pedestrians. The main loop is nearly 8 miles, circling some lakes and meadows, while a couple of much shorter side loops will take you to the north and south end of the forest preserve.

The Busse Woods Trail connects with the Schaumburg Bikeway on the west, and on the north, Busse Woods links to the Rolling Meadows Bikeway system. Some key features of the forest preserve include fishing, boat rentals and a small herd of captive resident elk. The trails are open from sunrise to sunset.

Parking and Trail Access

The Busse Woods Trail in Ned Brown Preserve is located just east of Woodfield Mall. Access the park at E. Higgins Rd. and Arlington Heights Rd. in Elk Grove Village.

Reviews

beautiful

   May, 2014 by linda.acevedootero

Beautiful woods read more

Just Great

   May, 2014 by jhflynn

Great paved biking trail for beginners or those with small children. A few ups and downs but nothing severe. Many places to stop and even full plumbing washroom facilities! It's a loop so you finish where you started. It gets a bit crowded with families ...read more

Busse Woods Bike Trail

   September, 2013 by akelkar

This is probably the best forest preserve for biking/walking/running in the NW Suburbs. I use this trail for biking but it has facilities for plenty of other activities like fishing, boating, picnics, etc. If you're on the trail you only have to stop ...read more