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Amid the wilds of Illini State Park, the Illini Campground welcomes adventurers from near and far. Whether you’re looking to get away for the weekend or you’re partaking in an RV rental excursion across the country, the Illini Campground has what you need. You can enjoy the beautiful natural scenery around you or instead use the prime location of the campground to explore the rest of Illinois and the Midwest.
While at Illini Campground, you can set up your Marseilles camper rental with the electrical hookups available at the majority of the sites. You can enjoy the restroom and shower facilities, and there is also a sanitation dump station at the campgrounds for your use. The campground is also pet-friendly, as long as you make sure your furry friends are on a leash.
This campground is open year-round, though it's best to make reservations in advance. If you’re lucky, you might be able to book a site that overlooks the Illinois River. Regardless of how you plan to spend your time camping at Illini Campground, you can end the night around the campfire, gazing up at the stars.
When you camp at Illini State Park, there'll be lots to see. Thanks to the several nearby dams along the Illinois River, the section of the river at the park is a roaring one. The water's so rough that it's recommended that boats without motors not be used in the park. However, anglers are still encouraged to cast a line from the bank within the park grounds. If you would rather enjoy the activity of the Illinois River from afar, you can hike the maintained network of trails. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse at a groundhog, turkey, or a white-tailed deer.
Just a short drive away from the Illini State Park campground is Matthiessen State Park in Oglesby. Some of Illinois’ most stunning geology can be seen within the Matthiessen State Park boundaries. With a variety of geologic formations, you can traverse the hiking trails and try to see as many outcrops and oddities as you can find. Or instead, you can head to the highlight of the park: the canyons and waterfalls. While these waterfalls may not be the towering monstrosities of Niagara, you can watch the powerful falls tumble over the rocky cliffs and through the canyons. If you plan on traveling in the wintertime, be sure to enjoy the converted cross-country ski trails as you fly through this winter wonderland.
Those who want to experience the true habitat of the Midwest can head to the nearby Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie in Elwood. At roughly 18,500 acres, the restored prairie perfectly encapsulates the historic habitat of the pioneer days. With more than 20 miles of hiking trails open to the public, you can explore the beautiful amber waves of grain of the Midwest. Midewin also prides itself on its bison herd. If you’re lucky, you just might be able to catch a glimpse of these American beauties. In addition to the bison herd, several endangered species also call the prairie home, so who knows what you might see while you're here.
Book an RV in LaSalle County and spend some time learning a little about the region's history with a visit to the Ottawa Historical and Scouting Heritage Museum. There are several exhibits within the museum dedicated to a variety of subjects. You can learn about local histories, such as the agricultural past and transportation history. Outdoor lovers can also learn about the history of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and how these groups have explored and worked in the area.
Just a short drive from the RV campground and a great family-friendly destination is the indoor waterpark in Sheridan. No matter what time of the year you’re traveling throughout Illinois, you can enjoy this destination. With tube slides, body slides, pools, and a lazy river, there is no shortage of “fun in the sun” to be had.
If you’re traveling in the autumn, you can spend some time at the nearby pumpkin farm in Channahon. You can make fall memories as you enjoy the pumpkin patch and corn maze. The farm also hosts American Revolutionary War battle reenactments, and there's also an on-site petting zoo. You can walk away with some farm-fresh honey, fudge, or even some apple pie filling.
When you rent an RV near Illini State Park, you'll probably want to keep your food supplies stocked and your gas tank full. Luckily enough, there are several options around the park.
While you may not be in Chicago, you are still in Illinois. When in Illinois, be sure to indulge in a heaping helping of deep-dish pizza. Whether you want some plain or something loaded with classic toppings, you are sure to quell any pizza craving that your hiking excursions may stir up.