Rockford, IL RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
Recent traveler reviews in Rockford, IL
Chad was very helpful as this was our first Camper experience. Thank you Chad. You have a wonderful family also. Tim and Dawn
RV was nice, however there were numerous items not working when we rented. The satellite was not working, air conditioning not working, privacy shade fell on my husband as he...
It was a pleasure renting from Michael. He explained throughly, everything about the operation of the camper and had written instructions for us to take with. Camper was also...
This Mountain Aire is a first class RV rental from top to bottom. You will enjoy working with Andy the owner. Not only does he take excellent care of his RV, he is also a man of...
Great camper. Perfect condition. Tows really well. Owner is awesome!
I've spent some time in RVs. This one is modern, well appointed and very comfortable. It is well maintained, clean and very organized. Modern features are plentiful. I...
Fantastic trailer for a bargain. Has everything one could need while camping. Fully stocked, just load up your friends and family and go. Owner is very easy going & easy to work...
The process was easy. Mark was very accommodating and did a great job of communicating throughout the process. Loved the RV and my wife and I had a wonderful vacation. Would...
Mark is fantastic. Really friendly and full of great tips and advice. I am so happy about our first RV experience and couldn't recommend Mark and Outdoorsy more!
We have been doing VRBO for many years. Lots of experience with these types of transactions. This was our first with an RV and Outdoorsy. Mark is one of the best owners I...
Mark was excellent to rent from. He took his time in explaining the operation of the RV and gave us some good pointers being that we were first time RVers. Anytime we had a...
We were first-timers and this RV was perfect for our trip. It was an easy, reliable, and enjoyable ride, simple to use, had cameras in all the right spots and every part worked...
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Rockford, IL
Located in the outskirts of Rockford's beautiful countryside inside a secluded valley of the Kishwaukee River, Blackhawk Valley Campground is considered by some as one of the best kept secret of the Midwest With over 130 sites, Blackhawk Valley has something for everyone. Campers can enjoy fun activities on almost every weekend along with a playground, pedal carts, mini golf, basketball (just to name a few) or just kick back and relax as you soak up nature at it's finest. With some of the lowest prices in the area, it's no wonder that Blackhawk Valley has become the "preferred" campground of travellers staying in the Rockford area! RV facilities and amenities include pull-thru sites, big rig access, full hookups, electric, sewer, 50 amp, WiFi, water, cable TV, pool access, and riverfront access, Family pets are welcome at the campground. Blackhawk Valley Campground is a nice little vacation spot itself, and it is also a nice location to explore Northern Illinois and nearby Wisconsin.
Within Burnidge Forest Preserve is Paul Wolff Campground. Beautiful vistas and rolling terrain are the outstanding features of Burnidge Forest Preserve, one of the largest preserves in the District. There are several different plant communities and soil types here. Oak woodlands cover the hills on the southwest portion of the preserve and mingle with the marsh at lower elevations. A restored prairie stretches to the north, and a small creek meanders toward Tyler Creek. Visitors can walk trails throughout the preserve and observe a diversity of wildlife in these natural communities. Nearly 600 acres of rolling terrain contain a series of watersheds that filter into the Tyler Creek greenway. The Paul Wolff Campground contains 89 improved, vehicle campsites with 50-amp electrical service, water access, parking pad and fire ring. Improved campsites are available to vehicles or tent campers. Each improved site is capable of handling a 50-foot motorhome. There are also 10 primitive, wooded sites for tent camping only, away from the main camping area. Primitive sites do not have electric service and are available, weather permitting.
Family owned and operated, Fish Lake Beach Camping Resort has served families, from near and far, with wholesome fun for over seven decades. They take great pleasure in doing everything possible to create a carefree, comfortable and fun experience for your family. Fish Lake Beach has been operating for over 77 years. We have Overnight Camping for short getaways and Seasonal Camping for those that wish to come and go all throughout the entire season. Whichever you choose, camping with Fish Lake Beach includes admission to our beach, heated swimming pool, playground, amenities and activities. The activity schedule is different every week; published Friday afternoon on the Activities page of this website and printed form in our Concessions office. The Overnight Camping season runs May 1st ? Oct. 15th. and our Seasonal Camping plans allow you to rent a site at Fish Lake Beach from mid-April through Oct. 15th. They have many repeat Overnight campers that stay with them every year as a family tradition and Seasonal campers that consider Fish Lake Beach their ?home away from home?. They are easy to find-conveniently located on US Route 12, north of US Route 120.
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.
Burnidge/ Paul Wolff Forest Preserve in Elgin, Illinois is a beautiful, spacious campground that will make you forget that you are basically in an urban area. This is a natural campground and does not provide a lot of modern conveniences, but you are not more than a few miles from all amenities and services in town. The campground does accommodate large RVs and you will enjoy the incredible peace and quiet. The 600 or so acres here include walking and hiking trails. Stay on the trails or getting lost is a real possibility. Watch for wildlife, as the forest preserve is a natural habitat for deer, otters, hawks, and other forest creatures. The washrooms are clean and maintained. Sites are level asphalt and grass, with a dump station at the entrance to the campground. Sit quietly and listen to the birdsong of the forest. There is plenty of room for exploratory play for kids. Out here the forest is the playground!