Weldon Springs Campground

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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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In the heart of Illinois, Weldon Springs Campground is the perfect base camp for travelers who want to book an RV in DeWitt County and reach the many attractions of this Midwestern state. Surrounded by the vast Weldon Springs State Park, the Weldon Springs Campground provides the best of RV camping in this oasis of lush vegetation with a peaceful lake in the middle. Great amenities further add to the camping experience – campers will find showers, a sanitary dump station, and pit toilets. Kids can spend some time at the playground, and there are also cooking grills and picnic tables where you can organize a barbecue. When it comes to parking your rental RV, there are campsites with 30/50 amp electrical service, and some sites offer a view of the lake, making for a relaxing atmosphere.

RV camping at Weldon Springs Campground wouldn’t be complete without discovering the beautiful natural spots waiting in the surrounding region. The vast Clinton Lake is minutes away, and if you hit the road west, you will reach the banks of the Illinois and the Mississippi rivers. It takes a few hours of driving north to get to another wonder of nature – Lake Michigan. If you want to cross some fantastic urban centers off your bucket list, you are in luck. Springfield, the state capital, is a haven for history lovers. Indianapolis, the capital of Indiana and home to the Indianapolis Zoo and White River State Park, lies straight to the east. One of the largest cities in the entire country, impressing visitors with magnificent architecture and museums, Chicago should definitely be the next destination to visit.

The Great Outdoors

Parking a rental motorhome at Weldon Springs Campground is the best way to experience one of the most popular spots for nature lovers in the Prairie State – Weldon Springs State Park. While the surrounding area is mostly flat, the park features an unusual spring that signifies the existence of the Teays River, a river that could once compete in size with the mighty Mississippi. Weldon Springs Lake is there for visitors seeking some aquatic activities such as boating and fishing. If you would rather stay on dry land, you can experience the park on the hiking trails or just relaxing at one of the picnic spots. Come winter, a whole new world of exciting activities opens, from sledding and tobogganing to ice fishing and cross-country skiing.

When you're not in the mood for traveling a long distance and would rather pay a visit to some of the nearby natural sites, park your RV rental at Clinton Lake State Recreation Area. This tranquil oasis will give you a chance to take part in some of the numerous activities it offers. Go for a swim in Clinton Lake or feel the adrenaline rush of cutting through the water while waterskiing on its surface. The lake is a prime destination for anglers, with crappie and catfish waiting under the waves. Hiking trails vary in difficulty, so you can either go for a relaxing hike or challenge yourself.

Looking for something truly out-of-the-ordinary? Don’t worry, Illinois has that too, and its name is Starved Rock State Park. All you need to do to reach it is travel straight north in your campervan rental for about an hour and a half. Sitting on the banks of the Illinois River, it will blow you away with the beauty of its waterfalls active after the spring rains, dropping over the edges of incredible rock shelters. Wildlife viewers are in for a real treat – numerous animal species have decided to reside in this unique park, including deer, bald eagles, and squirrels. From spring wildflowers to ice falls forming in the winter, the park offers a variety of sights to explore.

Exploring the Area

With so many incredible cities within reach, you should definitely hop in your Clinton camper rental and go for a relaxing sightseeing trip.

Springfield is only an hour's drive away, offering plenty of interesting attractions to its visitors. One of them is the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, dedicated to the life of one of the most famous presidents of the United States. In addition to offering insights into the life of the 16th president, it gives visitors a chance to get familiar with the course of the Civil War, one of the conflicts that shaped the country. The Illinois State Historical Library is also located on-site, where visitors can see books, pamphlets, and other historical documents.

If you're in the mood for spending an afternoon walking around an art museum and enjoying some peace and quiet, enter the Indianapolis Museum of Art. At Newfields museum, it is one of the oldest and the largest encyclopedic museums in the country. Tens of thousands of works can be found in the permanent collection, with Neo-Impressionist paintings and the works belonging to the Japanese Edo period being only some of them. Wonderfully landscaped grounds surround the museum, and it is famous for being not just a museum, but a venue for different events and classes.

Whether you are traveling with children or not, you are bound to have fun in one of the largest children’s museums in the world – the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. With five floors of exhibition space and more than 100,000 artifacts, it offers something appealing to all its visitors. Most of the exhibits are interactive, allowing the children to learn and have fun at the same time, and they are divided into three domains – the American Collection, the Cultural World Collection, and the Natural World Collection.

Motorhome camping in Central Illinois is always a good idea – it will satisfy your wanderlust with a mixture of unique nature, interesting culture, and rich history.

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