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3 RV Parks near Forrest, Illinois
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Forrest. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Forrest in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $24.00
Older fairgrounds but the electric hook up was excellent. Sites are a bit "mish-mash" - but large with plenty of room. Grass sites. Would not recommend a stay if it has recently rained! We had great weather, plenty of room and friendly neighbors! - 2 Chiefs
Jun 2019 - $24.00
This area has had a tremendous amount of rain and, as a result, the park was a muddy mess. Not the fault of anyone - of course. However, we called a few days before arrival and the day before arrival and were told that they had a site for us that was on gravel and not muddy. Unfortunately it was a muddy mess. However, the camp host and a camper were so helpful and friendly you couldn't help but appreciate their efforts. We would stay there again as the park was very pretty, and under normal weather conditions, would be a great place. - jomark
Sep 2019 - $10.00
I'm in complete agreement with the July 2019 review. In fact, it was that review that brought us here, so thank you! We were concerned about road noise, but frankly it was never an issue. The sites are level and the hookups positioned conveniently. The only caution I would raise is...we have a 30' travel trailer and it was a little challenging getting into site 9 and keeping the tow vehicle on the pavement. I have to imagine longer trailers might be a little tight in some sites. Finally, I needed to use the 50 to 30 amp adapter because the post only had the 50 amp plug and a 120 volt outlet. - Alphonzo
Jul 2019 - $10.00
This is a very nice city park in Gibson city, Illinois. There are 9 campsites including one handicap. The sites are very level on concrete and all have 30 amp and water and has a dump site. You are allowed to stay 7 days for every 30 days. It is first come, first served. You pick out your site and then go to police station to pay. Dump station on site. - mcirv
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Bayou Bluffs is a family owned and operated campground. I have been going there since 1989 with my kids. If you see rules being broken they need to be reported to the office. You don't have to be afraid to let your kids explore nature, fish, swim and play at the many areas around the park. There are many activities for families and the pool, although small is a nice place to go and cool off and meet new people. - Julie Malmborg
May 2011 - $29.00
This is a Party campground. Not for kids. I would not let my son go anywhere alone here. Underage drinking and a lot of loud drunks on golf carts that are they to drink and party. It's very dirty because of the gravel roads and they do not do any upkeep on the place. When you first pull in, it looks like a Junk Yard! There's a lot of dumpy old trailers and campers just junk sitting around. There is NOTHING for kids to do here. there's a very small pool and is usually very crowded. The electricity kept tripping because they had too many large campers plugged in. Not happy and never going back. - 3mfamily