The Bear Creek Trail System is over 14 miles of trails located along scenic Bear and Cabin Creeks. Map kiosks at intersections and the main trail heads provide info on different loop hikes, distances and difficulty. Start your hike at the Elise or Water Plant Trail Heads.
Follow the “Super Loop” arrows for a 6.5 mile hike involving all trails in the system.
The Elise Trail Head is located at the end of NW Broad St. near the bus parking area at Elise Middle School.
BEAR CAT LOOP TRAIL
Is now open!
This 1 mile trail is accessible across from the Elise Trailhead.
The Bear Creek trail system offers something for all levels of hikers to explore the beautiful outdoors of the Robbins area. Disc Golf, mountain biking, kayak, canoe and more is also available.
Cannon Park is a longstanding favorite with families and includes Camelot Playground, a medieval castle where children can explore secret passages and tunnel mazes.
Cannon Park, located off Hwy 211, is a 15-acre facility with restrooms, two baseball/softball fields, covered picnic shelter, walking trails, and a small practice soccer field. The picnic shelter and ball fields may be reserved for a minimal fee.
Rassie Wicker Park, site of the Village Hall, Police Station and Fire Station, is being developed as a community park. Currently, park amenities include the Splash Pad, two tennis courts, two Bocce courts, two shuffleboard courts, a soccer field, in-line hockey, a playground, paved walking trails, brick sidewalks, an expanded trail system and concession stand/restroom facility.
Park amenities include newly installed playground equipment, a toddler playground, swings, a recently built picnic shelter and restrooms. The park is open dawn to dusk. The lighted basketball court and four lighted tennis courts are available until midnight.
The greenspace and the covered picnic shelter are available to reserve ($) for your private events such as a family picnic or birthday party.
Policies: Call for scheduling and fees