Frankfort, IL RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Frankfort, IL
Bob is a great guy to work with. He walked me through all they systems on the trailer and answered all my questions. The trailer was clean, serviced and ready to go when I picked...
Robert was excellent. Took us through everything on the RV and was very accommodating. As a first time RV renter, I couldn't ask for a better owner.
The camper was great!! It was clean and everything worked correctly! Will be renting again!
Bob was great, no problems, would rent from him again:-)
From the first minute we met Bob and his family we knew doing business with the was going to be great. The camper has always been in top shape when we have rented it. It honestly...
First off, Bob was great to work with! He was friendly, knowledgeable and professional. The travel trailer was in great working condition and included toilet paper (RV), cleaning...
Jane and Mike were great to work with. They did a great job explaining how everything worked and made our weekend even more enjoyable!
Had a great time. RV was in great condition and Jane was wonderful to work with!
Jane was wonderful! The RV was in good working order and we drove to Florida and back without a hitch. We will rent this unit again in the future.
We had 9 guys in the RV and it was perfect! Nashville and back with no problems! Thanks to Jane for a great trip!
Wonderful communications, available during trip when I had a question, returned clean and deposit released on the spot. We will be booking with Jane again.
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Frankfort, IL
The birthplace of Ernest Hemingway is a beautiful, restored home that has been converted into a museum. Come learn about Ernest Hemingway, the Nobel Prize winning author who was born in 1899, by visiting the home in which he spent his early life.
At Wonder Works Children's Museum, children have the opportunity to participate in dozens of different hands-on activities, including painting, building, acting and much more. Encourage your child to expand their imagination, develop creativity and interact with others in a safe, exciting setting.
When in Joliet, Illinois, it?s easy to be taken in by the abundance of places that allow petrolheads to let loose and get in as much of muscle cars and speeding as they possibly can, however, Joliet has another gem up her sleeve. The Rialto Square Theatre provides more than just arias and operas, as the productions are aimed at getting the whole family a glimpse at the wonders of the performing arts. Those who intend on staying in Joliet for a while may want to consider signing up for the membership program, which allows guests access to star treatment and a whole host of goodies and special events. The theatre is known to put on performances such as The Wizard of Oz, Teddy Bear Tea, The Sound of Music Interactive, and more. The theatre is also the ideal venue for those who wish to host a special event while in town.
If you are planning to explore Des Plaines in Illinois, the Blackwell Family Campground is the best and most convenient place to stay. It is in Wheaton, Illinois, and is just 20 miles away from Des Plaines. It is located in Blackwell Forest Preserve, a beautiful area with woods and a 62-acre lake called Silver Lake. You get electric hookup here, nice restrooms and showers, and a fire range and picnic table at each site. All of the 64 sites have shade and privacy. While staying here, you get the opportunity to use the forest's facilities. There are more than six miles of turf and limestone trails where you can hike, bike, ride a horse, and in the winter, cross-country ski. The trail around the McKee Marsh Area has two observational decks, from where you can watch birds and other wildlife. You can bring your own boat to the lake, as long as it's under 20 feet, or you can rent a rowboat, canoe, or kayak. If you enjoy fishing, you can take part in your favorite sport here on the lake. Bluegill, catfish, crappie, largemouth bass, northern pike, and rainbow trout can be caught. There are also two ponds where you can fish as well. In addition, there are plenty of picnic sites. The one downside to this campground is that it's only open on weekends, except for holiday weeks when it's open for the entire week.
Lord's Park in Elgin, Illinois is a connection to history. The park has playgrounds, a swimming pool, a zoo, picnic areas, and a pavilion dating back to the 1800s. The park was the site for concerts and events in the 1800s, and the zoo dates back just as long. The bison are a connection to this history of the land. They used to roam freely in the tens of thousands over what is now Illinois. While few remain, it is nice to see that there are still some bison or buffalo still living here. The park provides tennis courts and soccer fields to play on, and picnic tables to sit and watch or enjoy your lunch. The park is a pleasant green space in the city, with a history going back centuries. Spend time in this park, and you will be doing exactly what generations of people have been enjoying doing, on this spot, in Elgin.
The Cedar Lake Bible Retreat & RV Park is open all year round and offers a peaceful and refreshing stay to visitors in the Hammond, Indiana, area. The campground has lots of trees, is very quiet and located on the grounds of a large Christian conference center on the shores of Cedar Lake. The camping sites are all gravel, and the are leveled to accommodate RVs. Each site includes a picnic table and fire ring, and full hookups including 30 and 50 amp electric, water, sewer, and free wifi. The park is right alongside the beautiful Cedar Lake, which is a great spot for fishing and swimming in summer, and there is good beach access. Firewood is available aplenty at the park, and pets must be walked on a leash. As might be expected at a Christian conference center, the campground is alcohol, drug and smoke free. While some may consider this a con, the flip side is that you're unlikely to be kept awake late at night by rowdy visitors. Altogether, Cedar Lake Bible Retreat & RV Park makes for a great outdoors beak away, with good access to Chicago.
Emerald Trails Campground is a beautiful, relaxing outdoor paradise. A beautiful lake at the center of the campground is fully stocked with fish, and is visited by geese, swan and ducks, creating a perfect ambiance to unwind from your daily life. Enjoy swimming in the swimming pond, shooting some hoops on the court or racking a game of pool.
For the true urban experience, including parking in the shadow of a bustling convention center in one of America?s biggest and busiest cities, visit the McCormick Place Marshalling Yard. This location is less than 15 miles from the heart of Berwyn, and is every bit as stark as it sounds. While visiting in your RV rental from Chicago, there are few amenities that are available, and is little more than a parking lot also used by buses and industrial trucks. However, it?s worth it to be able to park your RV rental in the heart of Chicago, literally on the doorstep of the McCormick Convention Center, only steps away from attractions like the Arie Crown Theater and McCormick Bird Sanctuary, and just down the road from Soldier Field. The Lakefront Trail, a multi-use recreational route used by both commuters and travelers, is accessible just by crossing the street. The elevated train or "El" as it is know to locals, also has a stop at the convention center, which gives you access to virtually the whole metropolitan area. Regardless of events taking place in the center, the parking lot is always open, and under 24 hour security. Bring your RV rental while visiting Chicago. Chicago is a fantastic city!