Havana Riverfront Campground
Come visit Havana Riverfront Campground in Havana, IL
The Havana Riverfront Park Campground has twelve sites located along the Illinois River next to the Havana Nature Center. Water and electricity are provided; a dump station is nearby.
There is great fishing from the shore or from our docks, boating, hiking, playgrounds, & a Nature Center, all on site. During the summertime, we host a Riverfront Concert Series on our Stage in Riverfront Park.
The campground is just across the street from the Park District Pool and Rockwell Mound, constructed by Native Americans, approximately 2,000 years ago. The campground is also only a few blocks from our renovated Downtown area with lots of shopping and dining available.
Available nearby are lots of fantastic opportunities to explore the outdoors:
- The Nature Conservancy’s Emiquon Preserve,
- US Fish & Wildlife Service
- Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge
- US Fish & Wildlife Service Emiquon National Wildlife Refuge
- Illinois State Museum
- Dickson Mounds
- Anderson Lake State Fish & Wildlife Area
- Rice Lake State Fish & Wildlife Area
- Jake Wolf Memorial Fish Hatchery
- Sand Ridge State Forest