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14 RV Parks near Dixon, Illinois
We did however find 14 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dixon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dixon in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $1.00
Easy check-in, happy employees, great place to stay. All facilities are beautifully maintained. Our site had good drainage; excellent water pressure. The pools, beach and recreation areas are exceptionally well done with families in mind. Woodhaven has every activity field, court and course imaginable, complete recreation complex, snack bars, restaurant and well stocked reasonably priced grocery store. 7 fishing lakes on site and bait store. - GaHoosier
Jun 2017 - $1.00
This is a huge campground, most campers own a permanent campsite, there are a small handful of sites for non-residents. We own our campsite and are very happy at Woodhaven. Our travel trailer is not there permanently we still pull it and camp in other places. What is nice about our lot is that our trailer is already. I can show up with a carload of kids, camp for a weekend and not have any of the hassle of pulling a trailer. We are in section 15, a more quiet section, the comfort station is normally clean and that is how we like it. Some of the other sections can get more lively, but we prefer peace. There is always plenty to do (rent boats, swim, mini golf, fish, nature activities, etc). My only complaints about Woodhaven is that parts can get very busy and there are a handful of campers that have no campground etiquette. Public Safety will intervene, but there is only so much they can do. We are very lucky to have great neighbors. If you are looking for a permanent spot to camp, Woodhaven is definitely worth checking out! - RebaDee
Jun 2017 - $10.00
This is a very large (1,700 acres) with over 1,000 sites. It is also self contained, including a uniformed & mobile security force, True Value Hardware store complete with gas, diesel & propane. It has hiking/biking/walking trails, 2 outdoor pools w/snack bars & life guards, lake & beach area, paddle boats & canoes, rec center with ice cream, complete food market, pizza, deli, bait shop & bank! The common areas, roadways, bath houses, and other buildings are very well maintained. However, the majority of the sites are member owned and tend to degrade the beauty of this property. There are a lot more than just a few owner sites that are in complete disrepair, abandoned, or unmaintained. There were several "leaning" RVs, old decks, haphazardly constructed out buildings and high grass. The price reflects Coast to Coast discount. Accordingly, the Coast to Coast web site indicates 12-18 sites available to "outsiders". We were given a horseshoe shaped pull-through site plenty long enough for everything and more. The only problem with the site is, we couldn't pull out of it due to bushes and a large tree with a truck and 40' 5er. The site also featured 2 sewer connections so you could use the site from either direction, just make sure you have extra water hose and a long enough electrical cord also. The stone fire ring and picnic table (fairly new & very heavy) were located on the backside of the site facing a fence and farm field. Not sure what the other sites made available to Coast to Coast were like or located. - rracer5
Sep 2016 - $28.00
Stopped here for an overnight stay.
Convenient to the I-88
Very accommodating owner / managers.
Lots of friendly seasonal campers with spaces for overnighters. - happyflyer
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This park is primarily full time & seasonal sites. The transient full hookups are mud holes with 4 & 5 water hookups to a single stand pipe. Sewer connections are 6" above ground making hoses drain up hill even with hose supports. The roads are full of holes. There is no WiFi but the handout at registration says there is. This is the second stay in as many years and will be the last. They have done nothing to improve the place, a couple loads of rock in the sites would do wonders. The ONLY reason I am here is family in the area, next visit I'll stay closer to Rockford and drive the extra distance. - Edd505
Jun 2017 - $43.00
I love this campground for swimming and day visits .I camped here with my husband and Yorkie for the first time on a Friday night .We were booked for the weekend . The seasonal campers do not abide by the quiet hours of 11pm to 7am . On arrival, a seasonal camper directed us to use a fire pit farther from our site because the seasonal camper on the other side of us liked using the one on our site .We were directed by camp staff that our electric was past the camper next to our site and we never did find our water. Needless to say , our visit was cut short because of the noise level at 2:30am .The management however ,was extremely courteous and prompt with a refund for the day we lost . A great place to spend the day!! - Tina Lang
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Sent to an over night area with full hook ups that is as far from the office as you can get. Found assigned site occupied, called and told to take a site in the same area that was all mud. This is primarily seasonal campers and water is a shared stand pipe 50ft hose to reach. Sunday night and the parks about deserted. Inexpensive Laundry on site, pool, lake, old fashion Ice cream stand. Trash picked up from sites twice daily. - Edd505
May 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here for two nights on a shakedown cruise on our "new" 2004 motorhome. We had one of two pull through sites. It was easy to get in and out of and the electrical was easy to reach.
Most of the sites are nicely shaded although there is a more open area on a cul de sac with a small playground area. It's a nice campground with many nice sized dry level sites. - Charlie K
May 2014 - $20.00
This used to be a great park but has gone down hill a lot. Electrical service at sites is dated and very under-powered. There were 6 sites fed by one 80 amp breaker and the Rangers comments were "shut off your A/C". We moved to a 50 amp site in another area and our EMS showed one leg at 122 volts, the other at 115! Stayed here over Memorial day for 14 days and saw NO meaningful security except for the county sheriff deputy drove through 2 times! The Ranger was off for the weekend so only the volunteers were available. Loud cars drove through all night! We had reservations for later in summer and have already cancelled them. Gnats are very numerous, you will need a LOT of bug spray to sit around a campfire here! - Fulltimer5
Apr 2010 - $18.00
Beautiful park. Very woodsy and scenic. Nice lake for fishing and birdwatching. Campgrounds were deserted during our visit. Camp hosts are very nice and helpful. Fantastic covered bridge that had us worried our rid would not be able to use, but it was no problem. Most of the sites are wooded but there is a small loop of open sites near the playground. Restaurant and concessions will open mid April. Be sure to stock up in the small town of Morrison if you need anything. There are plenty of horse trails which you can use. Wish it had water or sewer but there is a dump site. Will be sure to visit again. - redshoe