Shawnee National Forest
Five adults and three children were lost for about three hours.
This is the Illinois that many people never see — the sparsely populated southern tip where flat farmland gives way to rolling hills, rocky outcrops, thick forests and cypress swamps.
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Construction of the $7 million trail began in 1997 and it was dedicated in 2001. It travels through the Shawnee National Forest.