This labyrinthe is open to the public and is located off of a sort of hidden side street not too close to anything in particular except on the way down to Silver Springs Park. There wasn't much information available when we stopped on a Saturday but we walked the labyrinthe and left a little token of our appreciation. No idea who made the labyrinthe itself but it is associated with the Oakbrook Center for Spiritual Living. No one was around when we visited to talk with about it.
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