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2 RV Parks near Catlin, Illinois
We did however find 2 campgrounds within 25 miles of Catlin. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Catlin in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $20.00
We were traveling on I-74 and this was excellent overnight stay. We made reservation well in advance knowing that we would stay on a Saturday night. The park was full. Getting to the park was a little tricky as the GPS took us differently that the posted State Park signs but the road in was no problem. Excellent check-in with staff. Our pull through site was level, so we did not disconnect the 5th wheel from the truck. Interior roads are all blacktop and in good condition. There is plenty of space between sites. Power was good, OTA TV good, Verizon good, T-Mobile good. No water or sewer hookup. We would definitely come back here again. - Land Wanderer
Jul 2019 - $20.00
Kickapoo is a lovely park and a nice campground. The rating would be a "9" if they had water at the site and a "10" if they had full hook-ups. They do have a very convenient double dump station and several water fill sites. Roads are mostly good and trees are well trimmed. The staff we met were very nice and very helpful. Most sites are shady, but there are a few open sites if you prefer. The only caution I would give you is that the main entrance takes you over a 10-ton limit bridge and most motorcoaches weight more than that! There is a back way into the park. Although it is longer, it is a better road. Call ahead and ask for directions. - Lee and Jacque
Jun 2019 - $20.00
We recently stayed at Kickapoo. The park and grounds are well maintained. The campground office personnel and the park office personnel are all knowledgeable, helpful and nice. We enjoyed our visit and will return again soon! - Karen W
Jul 2005 - $20.00
Park is about five miles north of I74. It is surrounded by corn and soy bean fields and is very quiet (except for the drivers on IL49 out front but they are few and far between). There is a train track south of I74 with an occasional passing train that you can hear because it is so very quiet in the park. The Five Bridges refers to the pond between the owners' home and the sites; there are five bridges across it. There are plenty of birds in the trees and shrubs around the pond and we saw a chipmunk a couple of times and heard a bullfrog. Friendly, chatty host drove us to our site and aligned us to it. There was 50A electric and water but no sewer. There was a dump site on the way out. The road gate for the park was locked at dusk but the gate by the owners' house was always open. Had a relaxing, pleasant time. Stayed three nights in a 40' motorhome while I went to my class reunion in Danville. - r.boylan