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Lincoln Trail State Park, Marshall

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#18 of 40 in Trails in Illinois
Hiking Trail · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Lincoln Trail State Park is a 1,023-acre (414 ha) Illinois state park located in Clark County, Illinois. It is positioned 2 miles (3 km) south of the city of Marshall, just west of Illinois Route 1. The state acquired the first 31 acres (13 ha) of the park in 1936; the park and lake were officially dedicated in 1958.
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  • I spent most of my formative years and young adulthood in this community, and took Lincoln Trail State Park for granted. Now that have I lived in a Illinois communities with numerous parks - the... 
    I spent most of my formative years and young adulthood in this community, and took Lincoln Trail State Park for granted. Now that have I lived in a Illinois communities with numerous parks - the...  more »
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  • Clean well kept grounds. Wildlife in abundance wandering around. Clean restrooms. Would definitely stay here again.
  • Very nice park. Great trails to walk or bike.

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