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The name refers specifically to the standard incised linear decoration which was pairs of parallel lines forming spirals, meanders, chevrons, etc.

Distance from Chicago: 62.2 miles; 1.5 hours driving Hike distance: 2.1 miles Traverse the gravel hills (or kames), cattail marshes, and leatherleaf bogs left behind by ice age glaciers that once covered this 400-acre nature preserve (encompassed by 3,000 untouched acres).

Part of the Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge, the park is one of the top five areas to view migratory wetland birds in the region.

However, for a real change of scenery, plenty of hiking opportunities abound just outside the city limits.

Most of them are under-the-radar spots (no aimless tourists to weave through) and ideal settings to hit the trails on your next outdoor adventure.