Saganashkee Slough Woods

Get out on the water with your canoe or kayak in the heart of the Palos Forest Preserves on Tampier Slough.


About Saganashkee Slough Woods

Get out on the water for the day at Saganashkee Slough Forest Preserve.

A 3-mile unpaved trail stretches along the southern edge of Saganashkee Slough and connects to the main Palos Trail System.

At 15,000 acres, the Palos Preserves in southwest Cook County are the largest concentration of preserved land in the Forest Preserves. Thanks to more than three decades of habitat restoration, they also hold some of the highest-quality natural areas in the county. These trails join many popular sites, such as the Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center, Pulaski Woods, Saganashkee Slough and Maple Lake which is home to a mountain bike staging area that provides access to almost 40 miles of unpaved trails.

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