The Greene Barn in the Greene Valley Forest Preserve will be offering seasonal exterior enhancements for amateur and professional photographers around the Greene Barn located at Hobson and Greene roads.
The purpose of the photo-ops is to attract attention and resources to an historic asset ~ The Greene Barn. The goal is to have the barn open for public use.
Thank you for your interest!
The 1,388-acre Greene Valley Forest Preserve in Naperville is home to more than 540 native plant species, making it one of the county's most botanically diverse sites.
On weekends May through October, its 190-foot-tall scenic overlook provides a bird's-eye view of the landscape and the Chicago skyline. It's a great spot to picnic or look for migratory birds.
Greene Valley also offers 12 miles of marked trails, picnic shelters, an off-leash dog area, a model craft area, a youth-group campground and more.
Greene Valley boasts a high-quality oak woodland north of 79th Street, an area one former owner set aside for plant and animal conservation more than 50 years ago. Native wildflowers provide spectacular spring displays.