Illinois December 22, 2017
A Trip To This Majestic Illinois Lodge Will Take You Back In Time
The holidays can be so busy and stressful that many people are ready for a little getaway in January. Visit this historic lodge that’s situated in one of the state’s most beautiful parks.
Built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps, Starved Rock Lodge in Oglesby, Illinois is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The address of the lodge is 2668 East 875th Road, Oglesby, Illinois.
This lodge is cozy and warm during the winter months.
Choose a room in the lodge, or stay in one of the cozy cabins here. Choose from cabins with fireplaces, one or two bedrooms and even pet-friendly cabins.
Enjoy a delicious meal in the cozy main dining room, or at the Back Door Lounge.
You'll likely see a lot of wildlife during your stay. These pretty deer were snuggled up right next to the lodge!
The park is also well known for its bald eagle population. This year's Eagle Watch Weekend is Saturday, January 27th.
During your stay, you'll want to explore Starved Rock State Park.
Take a winter hike along one of several trails. Guided hikes are also available year-round.
During the winter, the beautiful waterfalls here freeze. These pillars of ice are magnificent!
Make plans now to spend a weekend in this winter wonderland.
Have you stayed at Starved Rock Lodge? We’d love to hear about your stay there!
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