Constitution Trail is a joint venture between the City of Bloomington and The Town of Normal. Much of the trail follows the old Illinois Central Gulf Railroad right through the community. The trail was dedicated and named as such in celebration of the 200th birthday of the United States Constitution in 1987 and the grand opening of Constitution Trail was May 6th, 1989. Both the City of Bloomington and Town of Normal have plans for future trail expansion.
Fransen Nature Area is 5.5 acres of naturalized prairie enclosed by evergreen trees. The park was dedicated by the Town Council on June 16, 2003. The park was named after Dr. Werner Fransen. Dr. Fransen’s family dedicated the western 4 acres of the annexed tract to the Town to be developed as a nature preserve featuring wetlands, indigenous natural plants, grasses, trees, flowers and shrubs. The area also includes a pedestrian walkway and fishing pond.
Miller Park is a public park in Bloomington, Illinois, United States. It is in the southwest part of the city, on a large block south of Wood Street and east of Morris Avenue.
14.7 acre park in east Bloomington. Park highlighted by lighted tennis courts and roller hockey rink.
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