RV Parks & Campgrounds near Springfield, IL

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Double J Campground, IL

Is Illinois with its glorious ocean of golden fields, exciting cities, and local heritage the best place to rent an RV in the Midwest? If not, it must be very close; just look at how great it is to camp at Double J Campground in Chatham. You’ll be incredibly comfortable and at the same time be able to have lots of fun at the playground, basketball court, and swimming pool. Pets are more than welcome (several dog walks can testify to that), and there’s an on-site hiking trail if you need to walk off the excitement from the Route 66 mini-golf course or the horseshoe pit, or you can try some shuffleboard; this Chatham campground has it all.

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Sangchris Lake Campground, IL

When you're starting to search for an RV in Sangamon County, Illinois, consider camping at Sangchris Lake Campground, for starters, and you can also enjoy the state park with the same name. Sangchris Lake State Park is ideal for getting some quality time with Mother Nature while wandering around the forests of maple, oak, butternut, and persimmon. There’s also both fishing and boating, meaning that you can float around in peace and quiet for hours if you want to. There’s also archery, metal detection, and even dog training in this beautiful park.

What about the RV park itself, though? Well, it welcomes both you, your friends and family, and also your pets if you’d like to bring them. RV …

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Weldon Springs Campground, IL

In the heart of Illinois, Weldon Springs Campground is the perfect base camp for travelers who want to book an RV in DeWitt County and reach the many attractions of this Midwestern state. Surrounded by the vast Weldon Springs State Park, the Weldon Springs Campground provides the best of RV camping in this oasis of lush vegetation with a peaceful lake in the middle. Great amenities further add to the camping experience – campers will find showers, a sanitary dump station, and pit toilets. Kids can spend some time at the playground, and there are also cooking grills and picnic tables where you can organize a barbecue. When it comes to parking your rental RV, there are campsites with 30/50 …

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Camp A While Campground, IL

So, it’s a camping vacation in the Midwest that you’re after, and your plan is to Lincoln. This RV park is the ideal place to really relax and take care of yourself because even though it’s just outside of the small city, it feels like you’re hours away from anything other than the shaded sites and surrounding corn and soybean fields, stretching out and reaching the horizon. There’s also a playground for the kids. You’re definitely in Illinois now.

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Lincoln Trail Campground, IL

Lincoln Trail Campground makes a great home base when you rent an RV in Clark County, Illinois. This pet-friendly RV campground is divided into three separate areas, two of which are dedicated to RVs (the third area is designated for tent camping). The RV-only areas have restrooms and showers, playground equipment, and a dumping station; each site has an electrical hookup, a picnic table, and a fire ring, and all of the natural scenery you could hope for.

The park may be open for camping year-round although some amenities are only available seasonally. Beyond this Marshall campground, there is a boat launch, a restaurant, and a concession where you can stock up on necessities, purchase ice, firewood, and bait, and …

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Lincoln's New Salem State Historic Site Campground, IL

Within one of Illinois’ most significant heritage destinations, Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site Campground is a modern RV park with around 200 campsites. It’s an ideal base for exploring the reconstruction of New Salem village, which served as Abraham Lincoln’s residence from 1831 to 1837. 

RV camping at Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site Campground includes access to their 100 electric (30/50 amp connections) and 100 non-electric sites. There are no water or sewer hookups, although hydrants are available so campers can fill their tanks. In addition, there’s a gray water and sewer dump station at the edge of the campground. 

RVs up to 40 feet in length can be accommodated at Lincoln’s New Salem State Historic Site Campground, …

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Illinois State Fairgrounds Campground, IL

RV campers will love how close they are to the center of Illinois' capital when staying at Illinois State Fairgrounds Campground. While the campground itself does not offer too many activities, it is located directly next to the historic Lincoln Park. This historic location comes complete with Lincoln's home, a museum, and his burial site. You'll also be centrally located in Springfield, so you'll have access to plenty of high-quality activities. This flat open space is ideal for all campers, and pets are welcome so your pup can explore Springfield as well.

Springfield campers will enjoy staying at this simple RV park. There are roughly 300 sites available, and each comes with water and electrical hookups with 20/30/50 amp service. …

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Lake Taylorville Campground, IL

Camping at Lake Taylorville Campground is peaceful and relaxing, with electrical and water hookups in some of its sites. This waterfront RV campground near Decatur is right next to Taylorville Lake, where you can fish and swim to your heart's content. This pet-friendly RV park is open from early April until late October (contact the park to confirm exact dates) and has restrooms and horseshoe pitches; some of the sites have grass, and there is a playground for younger kids. A marina is close by where you can launch your canoe, kayak, or boat. The park has some sites that are designated for tent camping.

Once you're settled in and ready to start moving beyond the campground, you're minutes away …

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