Today the forest preserve features more than 100 acres of woodlands, prairies and wetlands that are home to over 300 native plant and animal species. Agricultural fields border these ecosystems on the north and south.
A 2.3-mile section of Spring Brook — a tributary of the West Branch DuPage River — was restored in 2015. The creek now connects to the surrounding floodplain and newly created wetlands. A pedestrian bridge over the waterway was also constructed along the trail for visitor travel.