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Wildlife Prairie Park

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6.5 Miles 10.5 Kilometers


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Singletrack

318' 97 m

Ascent

-320' -97 m

Descent

629' 192 m

High

521' 159 m

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2%

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10%

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8 miles of flowing singletrack with lots of rock and shale from the land's strip mining days.

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Wildlife Prairie Park requires either a membership to the park, or a day use fee to ride.
Park Hours: 6am - 10pm

The day use fee is currently $8. For the daily fee users, there is a self-pay drop box next to the sign-in kiosk. For membership information, please visit their website at wildlifeprairiestatepark.org. If you're a member of the park you must have your membership card displayed in your car windshield with the barcode side facing up. Non-members must pay the day use fee.
Wildlife Prairie Park is the newest trail system in the Peoria area. It consists of nearly 8 miles of flowing singletrack with lots of rock and shale left over from the land's strip mining days.
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Wildlife Prairie Park is the newest trail system in the Peoria area. It consists of nearly 8 miles of flowing singletrack with lots of rock and shale left over from the land's strip mining days.

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Aug 5, 2015
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