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The Tall Grass Greenway Trail is a trail that runs along the right of way for ComEd powerlines. The trail goes mainly through neighborhoods in south Naperville, and meets up with the south branch of the library near SR 59. The path meets up with the Dupage River Trail at its eastern terminus, allowing your ride to be extended by over 30 miles into downtown Naperville. At its western terminus, the trail connects to a new trail being developed by the Forest Preserve District of Will County that extends down the old Normantown Rd into Plainfield, adding an extra few miles to your route.
There are some at-grade road crossings. Riders should approach each crossing with caution. There is also a pedestrian overpass across SR 59. The pathway also takes riders through Frontier and Ashbury Parks, where trail users can find amenities including benches.
The trail can be accessed at several points. At the western terminus there is a newer parking lot for the Vermont Cemetery Preserve (9945 Normantown Rd) with vault toilets and water.
There is also parking behind the Neuqua Valley High School (2360 95th St) Adjacent is the Frontier Park which has a full range of amenities including water fountains, restrooms and picnic benches.
Another option is the strip mall along SR 59, which also has a bike store and a Naperville Running Company store.
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