LIB Conservation Area
Nicknamed after the former American Liberty Farms of which “LIB” once was a part, the 200+ acres of slightly undulating river bottom is basically undeveloped.
For thousands of years, the Kishwaukee River was used by the Native Americans to transport goods for trade. The name Kishwaukee is derived from the Potowatomi word meaning “river of the sycamore”. Potowatomi Indians utilized large sycamore trees found in the valley for dugout canoes. The river also designates the northern most natural range of the sycamores.
::Opportunities for Fun
::Activities and Facilities
Hiking trail, cross country skiing