If you’re starting to plan your vacations and camping trips for this year, make sure to include a visit to Starved Rock State Park. It’s a great camping destination in Illinois with plenty of outdoor fun and recreation for the whole family. Here’s why you should consider visiting Starved Rock State Park this season.
Hiking, Kayaking, and Fishing
There are plenty of things to do in the great outdoors at Starved Rock State Park! You’ll find 13 miles of hiking trails to explore. Explore the official trails on your own, or enjoy one of our many free guided hikes with skilled guides who can point out things you won’t want to miss.
Kayaking and boat rentals are also popular options for visitors to Starved Rock State Park, and fishing is also available.
Take in exceptional views of nature if you go eagle viewing, or enjoy unforgettable experiences like ice climbing if you come back in the Winter. For a full list of details about the activities you can enjoy at Starved Rock State Park, click here.
- Cement pad for RV or camper
- Picnic table
- Firepit with grill grate
- Electric hook up
- Up to 2 vehicles allowed per campsite
The campground also includes shower houses, a dump station, trash containers, and a playground area and shelter for your convenience.
Start Planning Your Spring Camping Trips
Spring is right around the corner, so don’t wait on making your camping reservations to stay at Starved Rock State Park this Spring! If you’re needing to shop for a new or used RV, or need some help de-winterizing your RV, contact us today. We’d love to help you get on the road and enjoy all that Illinois has to offer in its gorgeous State Parks!