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3 RV Parks near Carrollton, Illinois
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Carrollton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Carrollton in the left hand column.
May 2010 - $8.00
We needed a place for an extended stay near Jacksonville, IL and there are few other options. The road into the campground is barely big enough for two vehicles and not big enough when one of the vehicles is an RV. Someone is going to have to pull over and yield. The park roads are gravel and the sites are grass and gravel and not very level. We rarely use blocks but they were necessary here. The park is large and very beautifully maintained. The sites are strangely laid out and crowded. We shared water with one or maybe two other sites, I couldn't tell. One is required to mow one's site with the provided mower and weed eater. This is acceptable as the sites are small and so is the fee. Security is very good. There are a lot of year-round residents. The one thing I found disturbing was that there seems to be a set of rules for the people who live there and another for visitors. We would go back if we had to, but would not go out of our way to come here. The managers were on top of everything and easy and pleasant to work with. - Joann26
Jan 2009 - $12.00
We stayed on a monthly rate. Winter hook ups available. More 30 amp lots then 50 amp. It seems like a wonderful place to stay in summer. Quite close to a store but out of town. - twinapril
Sep 2019 - $21.00
The park itself is beautiful. It's an older park with mature trees, biking and hiking trails. The park itself is next to the Mississippi River. The amenities are somewhat in need of an upgrade. We arrived to find the potable water by the dump station was broken, so it took a little time to find a source. The sites, while beautiful, aren't level. While our site had ample room for our travel trailer and truck, other sites barely had room for a trailer and a vehicle. - Tinymite1
Aug 2019 - $21.00
Reserve America has a fine way of misrepresenting the alleged "amenities". There are NO repeat NO full service hook ups available in the campground. When we booked the sites (3 sites for 4 nights) in March, Reserve America was clear that the sites had water and sewer. I spoke with the Park Ranger and he said that "they jumped the gun" on a capital improvement plan to upgrade the sites to full water and sewer. It appears the Reserve America is currently providing accurate information Site 22 was had a crown so we had to park within 2 inches of the power pedestal. Otherwise we would have been tilting to curbside along with the rear to front slope. Bring boatloads of insect repellent. - mecicon
Oct 2018 - $20.00
Nice quiet place to stay. Easy to access and close to Mississippi River. - Rber1234
Jun 2015 - $20.00
This was our first trip in our new RV. Camp hosts were awesome and gave us all the info and help we needed for our stay. We got help backing in and the sites were all fairly level and in good shape. 30 amp service was provided and there were community spigots where you can fill up your fresh water tanks. There is a dump station at the enter/exit point for emptying your tanks. The place was very quiet even though there were a lot of campers. The entrance to the camping area is a long very steep hill. Once you get in the camping area you come to a stop sign right where the camp hosts stay and that makes it feel pretty secure. There are some tight turns and trees might be an issue if you have a bigger rig, mine is 30 ft and it was not much of a problem to navigate. There is one area off limits if you have anything besides a smaller rig because it is so tight so make sure and check in with the host prior to picking out a site. Shower house was clean as were the restrooms/outhouses in the camping area. Other restrooms in the park were terrible as was the fish cleaning area. The lake itself is beautiful and had some great fishing. There are a ton of ducks and geese and there is a constant ring of feces in and around the lake and parking areas. They did come out with a shovel and do some cleaning but it was quickly replaced, something to consider if you have small kids or pets. There is a marsh that you can visit near the dump station that was very interesting and some great hiking trails as well. There is what remains of an old restaurant that looks like it has been closed for several years and nothing else available in the park that we could see so make sure you have everything you need when you come. The host sells firewood and we were not allowed to bring wood in from home. No individual water or sewer hook ups. Overall very quiet and drama free stay and I will definitely return. - Jayco 2587
Jun 2013 - $20.00
Nice campground, and we like it for a weekend trip, due to it being located within an hour of our house. I can remember my folks camping here many times. Nice little fishing lake, but they no longer have a bait shop, so plan accordingly. Sites are in nice shape, and the showers/restrooms are well kept and were clean and attended to. Paved roads in good shape, and gravel sights are the norm. All in all, a nice, quiet place for a relaxing weekend. - Beekeeper2
May 2013 - $45.00
Nice campground. Great restaurant for any meal we didn't want to cook. Fishing boat rental was nice. Would go back. - jes9996