Kay Wojcik

Kay Wojcik Conservation Area at Oak Hollow

Located between Cedarcrest Drive and Samoset Lane, south of Schaumburg Road, Oak Hollow Conservation Area contains a 17 ½-acre remnant of the original oak grove that first attracted settlers to the area.

One of Schaumburg’s finest natural areas, the site contains 100+ year old oak and hickory trees, many rare and beautiful native wildflowers, wetlands, a restored prairie, and a ½-mile trail system that is accessible via Spruce Drive, Samoset Lane or Juniper Lane. Parking is available along each of these streets. Bicycles are not permitted on trails.

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