Illinois’ Best-Kept Camping Secret Is This Lakeside Spot With More Than 250 Glorious Campsites

We all know that Illinois has some freezing cold winters, so when the warmer months roll around, we want to spend as much time as possible outdoors. For many, that means heading out to one of the many lakes for swimming, boating, and fishing and maybe do some camping as well. At Illinois’ Rock Cut State Park, there are plenty of campsites that are right on the lake. If you didn’t know about the awesome camping here before, now you do.

During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.

Camping at Rock Cut State Park is available year-round. However, only electricity is available at each site from November through April; there is no dump station or water available during that time. For more information on Rock Cut State Park visit the webpage. To book your camping spot, head to the ExploreMoreIL website.

If you enjoy camping, check out our article on the 15 Best Camping Spots in Illinois. Is your favorite campground on the list? Let us know your favorite place to camp (or glamp) in the comments.

Address: 7318 Harlem Rd, Loves Park, IL 61111, USA