Named after a small pool of clear, bubbling water found at the site, Silver Springs is a park that attracts a variety of visitors. The Fox River rungs through this picturesque park making fishing a popular pastime. Picnicking, fishing, hiking, hunting and wildlife-viewing are all popular attractions. Phone (630) 553-6297
Posted by: TrailAPI
on January 3, 2013
Picnicking, hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing, hunting and winter sports.
The campsites are for primitive campers. Amenities are limited to a picnic area, a concession stand and hiking trails.
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Reviews of Silver Springs State Fish and Wildlife Area
Reviewed by James Tracy on July 31, 2015
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This park is a nice little place off the Fox river. It's well maintained, and has reasonable amenities. It's not overly crowded or popular, ever!
The park isn't terribly large, but it's worth 1-2 days of time, especially if you are boating downriver.
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