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.
What was once a booming mining town founded in 1877, Echo Bluff is located in Hall Township, between Spring Valley and DePue. Now historic Echo Bluff is home to a challenge course and zipline, 9-hole disc golf course, outdoor ice skating rink, paintball course and hiking trails. Located off Route Read more [...]
Egypt Station Gallery and Studios
Elements is located in the heart of Starved Rock Lodge and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. Make Elements your choice for a leisurely lunch, casual dinner or family get together. Sunday Brunch is a favorite at Starved Rock because thereâ€™s something for everyone. In addition we Read more [...]
Emiquon Refuge was established in 1993 to restore and protect wetland habitats at the confluence of the Illinois and Spoon rivers and help fulfill international obligations contained in various migratory bird treaties and conventions. The first tract was purchased on December 29, 1993. The refuge has since grown to approximately Read more [...]
The lake is 27 acres in size with a 14′ maximum depth. It was the former water supply from the City of Eureka. The shoreline is accessible. There is a concrete boat ramp and only electric motors are permitted.
Come Home to the Country – Enjoy our peaceful setting! Enjoy family camping the way you like it – Lots of excitement, complete relaxation or a little of both. A full service facility, we can accommodate any size/type of camping unit.
Roast! See! Sip! Visit Famous Coffee Roasters, conveniently located in the 807 Building housing Jeremiah Joes Coffee! See how beans are received from overseas shippers, are selected and how roasting converts the raw product into your favorite beverage. Tour includes your own take-away sample and coupons for coffee and sweet Read more [...]
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 [...]
Festival 56 is a professional theatre festival located at the Grace Performing Arts Center in Princeton, IL. Each season, we offer 7 productions in the summer, including Shakespeare in the Park and 3 additional productions in the fall and winter. Performances at Festival 56 feature a cast and crew of Read more [...]
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!
We are family owned and operated, with a committment to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by service that is friendly and prompt. Because all of our customers are important, our professional staff is dedicated to making your experience a pleasant one. That is why we always Read more [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Seven miles of hiking trails traverse bluff forestland and a restored prairie through this designated state nature preserve. Over 100 woodland bird species use the park as migrants, winter visitors or year-round inhabitants. Hikers often encounter the resident Wild Turkeys or hear Barred Owls calling in the distance. The nature Read more [...]
Fort Crevecoeur Park commemorates French explorer Robert Rene Cavalier de LaSalle’s presence here on the east bank of the Illinois River in 1680. The fort was built to protect the Illini Indians from the aggressive Iroquois Nation. The 86.6-acre park was deeded to the village of Creve Coeur in 1976 Read more [...]
We are a Midwestern Cafe located in the heart of Illinois and dedicated to homemade and the best of locally-sourced foods. Open 7 days a week to serve you Breakfast and Lunch, Homemade Pastries, Pies, & Confections. Full Service Coffee Bar, Special Event Planning and Catering. Free Wi-Fi.
Located just 90 minutes southwest of Chicago in Marseilles, Illinois. We take pride in our camping area and are always happy to welcome old and new campers. Amenities to include stocked fishing lake, swimming pool, game room, laundry room, recreation house.
If you have an idea that you want to bring to life, I can help! Offering high-quality heat press transfer printing on shirts, hats, jackets, signs and more. Bring me your idea and I will work with a graphic designer to come up with exactly what you want, or bring Read more [...]
A lovely collection of fine jewelry, but the turn-of-the-century woodwork and display cases are also worth the visit.
Located between Lewistown and the community of St. David, the 440-acre Fulton County Camping and Recreation Area includes 150 cumulative acres of surface water spread throughout a myriad of ponds, sloughs, and lakes. The site is managed by Fulton County for recreational use, which includes camping, fishing, and hiking. The Read more [...]
From Henry, take Illinois Rout 18 east 4.1 miles to a blacktop road, then turn west and go 0.5 mile. The nature preserve is on the north side of the road. George S. Park Nature Preserve is an 80 acre site, all of which is huntable.
Gisela’s Haus is a gorgeous retail store in downtown Historic Havana Illinois featuring home décor, gifts, baby, wedding, kitchenware, garden, pet, gourmet foods, and so many unique items. It is beautifully decorated and filled to the brim with all things home! If you are visiting Havana, be sure to stop Read more [...]
Designed by the legendary gardener Oscar F. Dubuis and dedicated in 1896, Glen Oak Park is the focal point of northeastern Peoria and home to the Peoria Park District headquarters. Today, the park hosts daily visitors to its Peoria Zoo, Luthy Botanical Garden and various special events. Visitors can take Read more [...]
Glenwood RV Resort is nestled in the heavily wooded hills along the north side of the scenic Illinois River Valley and only 16 miles from Starved Rock State Park. Our entrance is off RT 6, 11 blocks from downtown Marseilles. We are also about a mile west of Zip Chicago, Read more [...]
<p>Gobbler’s Knob is a hunting preserve located in Canton IL, in which you can schedule hunts for Pheasant, Quail, and Chuckar. Please schedule a hunt with Don Deuel this season. Don also trains and sells quality bird dogs.</p>
<p>Many Illinois anglers list Rice Lake as one of the best lakes in the area for its large variety of game fish. Fifteen miles of shoreline provide plenty of space, or bring your boat and try your luck offshore. Paved boat ramp is located at site office.</p>
<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>
Casual American Eatery – Family owned and operated since 2010! Grandpa’s is a family owned and operated restaurant in Havana, Illinois. ‘Grandma’ works our lunch shift, while her son and grandson operate the kitchen. Her youngest grandson, Ben, is also part of our wait staff. You might find ‘the wives’ Read more [...]
Named the World’s Most Beautiful Drive” by Theodore Roosevelt when he visited Peoria on October 10
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