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Red Hills State Park immerses you in a wonderland of colorful wildflowers, fiery fall foliage, and beautiful waterscapes. The park is an outdoor lover's dream, with hiking, boating, fishing, and picnicking just some of the outdoor activities on offer. You'll love exploring the woodland trails and spotting local flora and fauna.
A developed campground makes it easy to spend the night at Red Hills State Park without compromising on creature comforts. Need somewhere to sleep? With RV rentals in Lawrence County, you can choose from a huge selection of motorhomes, ranging from compact trailers to family-sized rigs. With a home on wheels, you can also venture further afield to other parks in the Midwest and Great Lakes region.
Camping in an RV at Red Hills State Park offers a unique chance to explore almost 1,000 acres of rolling hills, lush woodlands, and flower-filled meadows. At the center of the park, the 40-acre Red Hills Lake provides a picturesque backdrop for swimming, fishing, and boating. Things don't slow down in the winter, when Red Hills State Park transforms into a snow-dusted playground. The trails are great for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, while the lake is a hub for ice skating and ice fishing.
Eight miles of hiking trails meander through the park and are great for stretching your legs and spotting local birdlife. As you hike, watch for redheaded woodpeckers, blue jays, and wild canaries. A 120-foot tower topped by a cross marks the summit of Red Hill, the highest point of land between Cincinnati and St. Louis. Needless to say, the views are spectacular.
Shady picnic areas dot the park and are great for enjoying lunch in the forest or by the lake. Within the park, Chauncey Marsh Nature Preserve protects a rare wetland ecosystem that serves as an important habitat for pink hibiscus and hairy rose mallow. Visit during late July and early August to see the flowers in full bloom.
The Red Hills State Park Campground makes it easy to enjoy an extended motorhome camping getaway. Choose from more than 100 Class A campsites set under a canopy of mature trees. The woodland setting means you'll enjoy plenty of shade and privacy from your neighbors. Like most state park RV campgrounds, Red Hills' sites feature picnic tables for enjoying your meals outdoors. The grills are great for roasting hot dogs, s'mores, and Illinois sweet corn.
Most sites include electric hookups, as well as access to water spigots and modern bathroom blocks with toilets and showers. The campground also features a dump station for RVs. Larger rigs can snap up pull-through sites with 50-amp service and space for RVs of up to 45 feet in length. There's also a primitive tent camping area if you need extra space, as well as a camping cabin.
Facilities such as basketball courts and sand volleyball nets make Red Hills State Park a favorite with active families. Dogs are welcome to tag along for your Red Hills State Park camping adventure, so why not rent a pet-friendly motorhome and bring along the whole family on your next trip? Red Hills State Park fills up fast in the summer, when reservations are recommended.
Camping at Red Hills State Park offers a unique chance to experience Illinois through a local lens. You'll love discovering hidden gems like the Lincoln Trail State Memorial, a life-size limestone sculpture that marks the spot where Abraham Lincoln and his family entered Illinois in 1830. If you enjoy reds, whites, and roses, be sure to sip your way through the Wabash Valley Wine Trail. It features half a dozen boutique wineries dotted in the rolling hills and valleys created by the Wabash River.
Sumner is a five-minute drive from the campground and is a good place to stock up on gas, groceries, and other RV camping essentials. For more choice, head 15 minutes east to Lawrenceville or 20 minutes west to Olney. Drive two and a half hours east and you'll hit St. Louis. The lively city is set on the Mississippi River and is home to attractions like the 630-foot-high Gateway Arch. There's plenty on offer for the whole family, whether you're riding heart-racing rollercoasters at Six Flags, touring historic breweries and quirky museums, or watching the St. Louis Cardinals hit home runs at Busch Stadium. St. Louis also offers a huge selection of RV rentals near Red Hills State Park, making the city a great place to kick off a road trip.