Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Cal-Sag Trail

CSTlogoThe Cal-Sag Trail is a multi-use path built almost entirely along the banks of the Cal-Sag Channel and Calumet River, groundbreaking in 2014. Along 30 miles of waterway from Lemont in the west to Burnham in the east, the Cal-Sag Trail will stitch together more than 185,000 people in fourteen communities. It will connect them to regional trails, transit systems, retail areas, parks, forest preserves, marinas, nature centers, and the legacies of Big Steel, immigrant communities and the Underground Railroad. It will be built by sharing a vision of a Southland enriched by a trail.

The Friends of the Cal-Sag Trail is a volunteer group that’s working hard and having fun sharing that vision. Explore maps, video and news links at their website www.calsagtrail.org – then consider connecting with us by becoming a member. See you on the trail!

Cal-Sag Trail Signage+Wayfinding and Development Plan (June 2012)

Signage+Wayfinding and Development Plan Exhibits (June 2012)