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St James has nice, easy walking paths with lots of trees. Buildings are scattered around the property but you can’t go in most. Lots of places to take nice pictures and they were setting up for a wedding when we were there. Wouldn’t recommend bikes...More
At St. James Farm Forest Preserve abandoned yellow barns,stables and shelters spread on large property;a sense of being lost without much direction,zero amenities.Deer family,strollers,dog walkers abound.The site is under construction but no idea what for.A place with great potential but unreached.
Like another reviewer mentioned, not any staff or activities really. Hope you like reading signs to find out the history and purpose of the buildings, etc. We saw a lot of people there for photos, families, children, etc. There were also quite a few out...More
As local residents, we visit St. James regularly for biking, walking, cross country skiing, and picnics. It's a lovely forest preserve now featuring a new 1.6 mile long, 10 foot wide limestone trail around the perimeter of the main farm buildings and fields. Older grass...More