Illinois is a state that is filled with historical landmarks and modern attractions. While vacationing in Illinois, you can visit the hometown of one of our greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln and see the tallest building in the United States, Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower). There is so much to see and do in downtown Chicago, the country’s second largest urban center, so it may take a handful of family vacations to see it all.
Conveniently Located Illinois Campgrounds
Some of the The Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts™ in Illinois are all just a short drive away from downtown Chicago, making them a popular family destination. Spend a day exploring and hiking the woods around your Illinois campground or spend the day touring the Museum of Natural History downtown. When you camp in Illinois, the possibilities are literally endless. Jellystone Park’s Illinois campgrounds are also located within a short drive of the legendary Mississippi River. Your family can spend a day participating in water activities, taking a steam boat ride or hiking up and down the trails that line the mile-wide river.
Family Activities make Illinois Great
Whether you choose to spend your family vacation enjoying the outdoors or sightseeing downtown, you can be assured that there is an activity for every member of the family when camping in Illinois. Even if you focus more of your time around the city, you can find a host of outdoor activities in the Lake Michigan area. There are sandy beaches, parks, zoos and of course, Navy Pier with its world famous Ferris Wheel and fireworks over the water.
Illinois is one of the best places to visit in America during the summer months. With summer temperature highs averaging in the 80’s your family will find the weather attractive and conducive to a camping vacation. The perfect weather makes all types of camping available from tent camping to RV camping and everything in between. Your family will be itching to experience the outdoors when camping in Illinois and our conveniently located parks will be a destination you will enjoy returning to summer after summer.