Midlothian Meadows Forest Preserve offers visitors a 3.1-mile biking, walking, and hiking trail through the site’s woodlands, which connects by a foot path to other trails in the Tinley Creek Preserves. The Midlothian Meadows trail is accessible at 152nd Street on the west side of Pulaski Road and on Pulaski Road at 149th Street, via a spur trail to the main trail.
A short trail spur in the preserve’s southwest corner connects this site to the Tinley Creek Trail System.
The Tinley Creek Trail System connects a series of preserves in and around Oak Forest. Trails take visitors over gently rolling hills, through prairies and forests, and alongside wetlands and ravines. The trail system contains four paved loops that range from 2.7 miles to 9.4 miles, with a connection to the Cal-Sag Trail in the north. Designated unpaved trails permit horseback riding.