Attractions in Illinois/b<>
Amusement Parks in Gurnee
Gurnee is a residential community just north of the Chicago city confines that has a ton of fun activities and places to let loose. Home to
Six Flags Great America
and Keylime Cove Indoor Waterpark, this city is the perfect place for a family trip. Appreciate exciting rides, amusements, and games at Six Flags Great America or make a splash at the waterpark. At Keylime
bay you can appreciate a tropical climate each and every day of the year. Outfitted with indoor water slides and wave pools the entire family will appreciate spending the day getting wet and wild. There is a campground nearby where you can park your RV trailer rental in Illinois.
Abraham Lincoln Museum in Springfield
Considered one of the most influential American Presidents, Abraham Lincoln is a prominent figure in Illinois history. Springfield, Illinois is home to his Presidential Library and a Museum, which is a popular spot for history buffs. The Abraham Lincoln Museum in Springfield
houses demonstrations of each part of Lincoln's eventful life, from his log cabin days to sitting in office at the White House. Guests can even observe a duplicate of the Gettysburg Address and his famous top hat!
Mermet Springs in Belknap
Anyone who has a love for beautiful bodies of water wonâ€™t want to pass by the Mermet Springs,
Because of its refreshing warm spring water supply it is a a paradise all year. You can see up to 60 feet in the clear water, giving divers an awesome perspective of the fantastic underwater life in the Mermet Springs. Scuba rentals and direction are accessible on location, which just happens to have a RV Campsite close by, so you can relax afterwards in your Class B RV rental in Illinois.
Illinois State Parks/Campgrounds
Millpoint RV Park and Campground
Drive your RV rental in Illinois to Peoria for a respite at the Millpoint RV Park.
This RV Park is minutes from the art museum, planetarium, zoo, botanic garden, and more. It has 80 accessible full hookup spots with flame rings, tables, and space for slideouts. Offices and accommodations include water sports, play area, nature trails, and restrooms and showers. Situated on the banks of Illinois River, Millpoint RV Park and Campground is the best location if you want to enjoy sailing, fishing, and swimming. This RV Park is open throughout the entire year for your Illinois RV trailer rental.
RV Park At Hollywood Casino Joliet
Perfect for an deluxe RV rental in Illinois, RV Park At Hollywood Casino Joliet
is the main club in Northern Illinois. It is only a couple of minutes from Naperville so you can roll the dice and try your luck in the gambling club. It has 80 accessible spots with yards and tables. Offices and courtesies include wi-fi hotspot, game room, mixed drink bar, restrooms and showers, and laundry rooms. Stop season is from April 5 to October 15.
Cedar Lake Ministries RV Park
Situated about 35 miles south of downtown Chicago, Cedar Lake Ministries RV Park
is great if you want to explore the city but leave the hustle and bustle behind for a good nightâ€™s rest. It has 30 hookup spots, 23 of which are full hookups with tables, fire rings, and space for slideouts to make the most of its grand lake setting and peaceful climate. Offices and luxuries include wi-fi access, water activities, nature trails, game room, shuffleboard, tennis court, play area, restrooms and showers, and self-serve RV wash. Stop season is from April 15 to October 15 for your Class B RV rental in Illinois.
Celebrations and Events
Clinton County Fair
Appreciate a drive in your RV rental in Illinois to Southern Illinois for a bunch of fun at the Clinton County Fair.
The late spring celebration started in 1951 and has since become one of the biggest celebrations in the Clinton County. It is a seven daylong celebration which happens each July. It includes a parade, 5K run, trade stores, games, parade, Miss Clinton County show, jubilee, displays, family fun night, and live shows!
Taste of Chicago
One of the most mouthwatering extravaganzas, the Taste of Chicago
attracts more than a million guests to the city every year. It pays tribute to the ever-changing food culture of the city and is filled with entertainment. Hosted at Grant Park, along Lake Michigan, it is known as the worldâ€™s largest food festival. It is a five-day event which includes the best chefs in the city, pop up eateries, food trucks, a Chicago showcase of art, food discussions, games, exhibitions by prominent culinary experts, and live shows. Put on your elastic pants and take a bite out of the Taste of Chicago.
Beautiful views, a plethora of attractions, historical centers, and celebrations are waiting for you when you visit "The Prairie State." Look at campers for lease today and RVnGO to Illinois!