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Tunnel Hill State Trail IUCN Category V (Protected Landscape/Seascape) Map of the U.S. state of Illinois showing the location of Tunnel Hill State Trail Location Johnson, Pulaski, Saline, and Williamson Counties, Illinois, USA Nearest city Vienna, Illinois Area 45 miles (72.42 km) Governing body Illinois Department of Natural Resources The Tunnel Hill State Trail is a bicycle trail running from Harrisburg to Karnak, Illinois. The trail runs along the former bed of a part of the Cairo and Vincennes Railroad, a transportation unit led during its early years by Civil War General Ambrose Burnside. The Cairo & Vincennes became a branch line of the Southern Railway before its trail section shut down in the late 1900s. The trail connects to several trails including the River to River Trail; the Illinois southern route of the American Discovery Trail; the U.S. Bicycle Route 76 (part of the TransAmerica Bike Route); and the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail.[1]. The trail is 45 miles long. The trail is suitable for both hiking and bicycling. The trail surface is crushed limestone. During the summer, the surface is hard packed and easily ridden on a road bicycle. However, at other times of the year, the trail may be soft and is better navigated on a mountain bike or hybrid. Parking is available at several locations. However, full services (restaurants, lodging, groceries) are only available in Harrisburg and Vienna. There are limited services elsewhere along the trail. Tunnel Hill, high point and eponym of the Tunnel Hill State Trail References ^ Illinois Department of Natural Resources External links Illinois Department of Natural Resources American Trails-National Recreation Trails Map from the League of Illinois Bicyclists website - pdf Rails-to-Trails Conservancy v · d · eProtected Areas of Illinois Federal National Historic Sites Chicago Portage National Historic Site · Lincoln Home National Historic Site National Forests Shawnee National Forest National Wildlife Refuges Chautauqua · Crab Orchard · Cypress Creek · Driftless Area · Emiquon · Mark Twain · Meredosia · Middle Mississippi River · Port Louisa · Two Rivers · Upper Mississippi River National Grasslands Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie National Trails Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail · Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail · National Recreation Trails of Illinois · Trail of Tears National Historic Trail National Natural Landmarks List of National Natural Landmarks in Illinois State State Parks Apple River · Argyle Lake · Beall Woods · Beaver Dam · Buffalo Rock & Effigy Tumuli · Castle Rock · Cave-in-Rock · Chain O'Lakes · Channahon · Delabar · Dixon Springs · Donnelley/Depue · Ferne Clyffe · Fort Massac · Fox Ridge · Franklin Creek · Gebhard Woods · Giant City · Hennepin Canal Parkway · Horseshoe Lake · Illini · Illinois Beach · James "Pate" Philip · Jubilee College · Kankakee River · Lake Le-Aqua-Na · Lake Murphysboro · Lincoln Trail · Lowden · Matthiessen · Mississippi Palisades · Moraine Hills · Morrison-Rockwood · Nauvoo · Pere Marquette · Red Hills · Rock Cut · Rock Island Trail · Shabbona Lake · Siloam Springs · South Shore · Starved Rock · Walnut Point · Weinberg-King · White Pines Forest · Wildlife Prairie · William G. Stratton · Wolf Creek State Forests Big River · Hidden Springs · Lowden-Miller · Sand Ridge · Trail of Tears State Recreation Areas Clinton Lake · Eagle Creek · Eldon Hazlet · Frank Holten · Golconda Marina · Johnson-Sauk Trail · Kickapoo · Moraine View · North Point Marina · Prophetstown · Pyramid · Ramsey Lake · Randolph County · Sangchris Lake · Stephen A. Forbes · Washington County · Wayne Fitzgerrell · Weldon Springs · William W. Powers State Fish & Wildlife Areas Anderson Lake · Baldwin Lake · Banner Marsh · Carlyle Lake · Coffeen Lake · Crawford County · Des Plaines · Edward R. Madigan · Green River · Hamilton County · Heidecke Lake · Horseshoe Lake (Alexander County) · Iroquois County · Kaskaskia River · Kinkaid Lake · Kishwaukee River · LaSalle Lake · Mackinaw River · Marshall · Mautino · Mazonia/Braidwood · Mermet Lake · Middle Fork · Mississippi River · Newton Lake · Jim Edgar Panther Creek · Peabody River · Ray Norbut · Rend Lake · Rice Lake · Saline County · Sam Dale Lake · Sam Parr · Sanganois · Shelbyville · Silver Springs · Snakeden Hollow · Spring Lake · Ten Mile Creek · Turkey Bluffs · Union County · Woodford State Natural Areas Cache River · Fults Hill Prairie · Goose Lake Prairie · Harry "Babe" Woodyard · Illinois Caverns · Kidd Lake · Piney Creek Ravine · Sielbeck Forest · Spitler Woods · Volo Bog State Trails Mormon Trail  · Trail of Tears · Tunnel Hill Illinois Department of Natural Resources This article related to a protected area in Illinois is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e