Hanley Savanna

Hanley Savanna is a landscape level prairie restoration that has taken place over the past seven years. Initiated by the Northwest Illinois Prairie Enthusiasts in 2003, this site has restored several types of native prairie. The site connects the Lost Mound Unit of the Upper Mississippi River U.S. Fish & Wildlife Refuge with the Hanover Bluff Complex. This connection has created a complex of natural areas from the bluff tops down through the Mississippi River. It is a site for nature, where people are welcome, with marked hiking trails throughout the site. An excellent area to observe native prarie plants and grassland birds.

Activities Amenities Open
Hiking
birding. and view prairie restorations on marked trails
 
Located along the Great River Trail
parking area
picnic benches
shelter
map
demonstration garden
and prairie restorations
 
Open from dawn to dusk April 15 - November 15

Not handicap accessible  

Hanley Savanna

The Prairie Enthusiasts
Region: Southwest Jo Daviess County
9417 Whitton Road, Hanover, IL 61041

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