Springfield, IL RV Rentals and Motorhomes
RVs for Rent Near Springfield, IL
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Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Springfield, IL
When staying at the Double J Campground and RV Park just south of Springfield, Illinois, you will notice how sparkling clean and well-maintained it is! The park has easy access from the highway, but still manages to feel like a very quiet and peaceful place. Keep yourself or your kids busy with the swimming pool, playground, or mini-golf. Drink in the quiet and relax in the shade with a book from the book exchange, or a borrow a movie from the front desk. There is an indoor rec room if you would rather be indoors. The level sites are grassy and shaded. Each site includes a picnic table and fire ring. Many of the sites are pull throughs, and there is room to maneuver a big rig. You can even run your dogs at the dog run. The camp store is well-stocked, and you are still quite close to the amenities of Springfield if you need anything else.
Tom and Carol?s RV Park is a small RV Park that provides a relaxed, low-key environment. It offers 6 total RV sites and can accommodate RVs up to 40 ft. The facilities include 50 amp service, full hook-ups, back ins, dump station, laundry facility, bathhouse, and community/game room. Weekly and monthly rates available. Pets are welcome. They Park offers a rural setting in Cerro Gordo, IL. They are located 12 miles from Decatur and 31 miles from Champaign. Bloomington, Peoria, and the Quad Cities are only a couple hours away as well. The bottom line is that you can enjoy a peaceful and cozy RV Park and still be nearby plenty of shopping, dining, and other activities. If you are looking for a small RV Park in this ;part of central Illinois, Tom and Carol?s RV Park is a perfect choice. They will make you feel right at home.
Weldon Springs State Park is about 20 miles north of Decatur, Illinois. The sites are spacious and rustic but do have electricity. There is a bathroom and showers which are kept clean. This pretty park can accommodate big rigs and also has tent camping. There is a playground for kids, but the big draw of this place is the natural environment. Fish for catfish and bluegill in the lake, or try to find turtles or tree frogs. Bring a kayak and paddle the lake alongside the muskrat, ducks, and geese. Take the 2-mile hike around the lake and marvel at the power of nature and her attempts to take back what is hers. There is an old school house that can be visited at certain times of the year. This park has a feeling of serenity and calm. Spend the peaceful evening around your campfire and listen to the stillness of the great outdoors. Clinton, Illinois is right nearby if you need supplies or want to have a restaurant meal.