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All Places in East Peoria

  • Bass Pro Shop

    All Bass Pro Shops are known for their visual dynamics; however, our 150,000 sq ft store simply awes the masses from the moment they cross the threshold. In fact, photo ops abound inside and out. Entering our lobby begins your experience with a hunting lodge that holds both state and Read more [...]

  • Bennett’s Terraqueous Garden

    Bennett’s Terraqueous Gardens is a high-quality seep that lies at the base of deeply dissected bluffs and hills bordering the east side of the Illinois River. The seep community is usually saturated by groundwater that emanates at or near the base of a hill comprised of glacial till. Narrow spring Read more [...]

  • Bennett’s Terraqueous Garden

    Bennett’s Terraqueous Gardens is a high-quality seep that lies at the base of deeply dissected bluffs and hills bordering the east side of the Illinois River. The seep community is usually saturated by groundwater that emanates at or near the base of a hill comprised of glacial till. Narrow spring Read more [...]

  • East Peoria Farmer’s Market

    Pick up fresh vegetables, fruit, plants, meats, and hand crafted items and even dinner at the annual East Peoria Farmer’s Market! The market is located in the Levee District, between Target and Gordmans. New to the market this year is the addition of food trucks and carts. Open every Friday, Read more [...]

  • East Peoria Riverfront Greenway

    East Peoria’s Riverfront Greenway project is a 1.8-mile walking/hiking trail along the east bank of the Illinois River. Beginning at EastPort Public Boat Ramp, the trail runs through Cooper Park and terminates at Spindler Marina and Campground. This trail project is congruent with Fon du Lac Park District’s planned second Read more [...]

  • East Peoria Riverfront Park

    This eight-acre park located along the Illinois River in downtown East Peoria features a hiking/biking trail and decorative lighting. It’s a great place for visitors desiring an up-close view of the Illinois River, those who wish to view river nature in an urbanized setting, and individuals who simply wish to Read more [...]

  • EastPort Marina

    Open April 1-Oct.31. However, EastPort accepts transient boaters as long as they are able to travel on the river. Amenities include restroom, shower, laundry facilities, swimming pool, hot tub, gas, diesel, pumpout & a full service department.

  • Farmdale Reservoir

    Managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, visitors can use the trails to go hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. No motorized vehicles are allowed. Farmdale provides excellent opportunities for bird watching, wildlife observation and photography. Sections of the Reservoir have been returned to native tall grass prairie, while Read more [...]

  • Fifth Quarter

    Stop by for a cold drink and try our delicious Chicago-style menu. We offer the best pizza, sandwiches, chicago dogs and sausages, and gyros in town!

  • Fondulac Farm Park

    Open throughout the year’s warmer months, this quaint recreation of a 1920’s farm gives children a glimpse of what farm life was like. Antique farm equipment, a working windmill, a replicated kitchen of the 1920’s era, and one room school takes visitors back to a time of long ago. Watch Read more [...]

  • Fondulac Park District

    Winding high along the top of one of East Peoria’s bluffs is the scenic Fondulac Drive, a three-mile route that is owned and maintained by the Fon du Lac Park District. Nestled along the road, which extends from downtown to a residential neighborhood, are some of East Peoria’s most beautiful Read more [...]

  • Goose Pond

    <p>This area is made up of 911 acres of mostly unclaimed stripmining land with 15 stocked lakes of fishing. Shore access is limited in places where the shorelines drop off suddenly to deep water.</p>

  • River Trail of Illinois

    Planned to run from East Peoria to Morton, phase I of this 10-foot wide hard-surfaced hiking/biking trail was completed in 1991, running 4.8 miles north and east out of East Peoria along the old Illinois Terminal Railway line. The trail offers an educational introduction to both tallgrass prairie and bluffland Read more [...]