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The Trail of Hope

“It’s more than a garden - it’s a healing experience!”


Located adjacent to the Lyons Community Center, the trail meanders through planned gardens and into a natural wooded area where native plants predominate.

The Trail of Hope – part of Trail Works’ Forever Wild for Everyone project – is handicap accessible and open to people of all ages and abilities. It has been dedicated to Jim Tuscher (Lyons Class of 1957), who had spent his life as an advocate for people with disabilities, and to Leigh Ann Henry (Lyons Class of 2006), who, due to an injury sustained in an auto accident, is now confined to her wheelchair.


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You can find out more about the Trail of Hope from their website, their Facebook page, or on Trail Works.

Areas of Interest
Hotchkiss Peppermint Building
Wayne County Museum
Taylor Park
South-Side Canal Park
Mural Mania
Farmers Market
Trail of Hope
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