June 7, 2023 - reviewed by Orlan
Camped here in an 26 ft RV, larger RVs might be a problem on some sites. No water at site, you need to fill up at bath house. NOTE: no threaded fittings, bring a “water thief” to hook up to the faucet, then hold the button until full. Very nice facility other than that. If you need to be near Chicago, definitely a possibility. The gates close at 10 pm, so make arrangements with the manager if you go out. Outstanding scenery for a city park.
July 23, 2019 - reviewed by Inka
Very quiet and in the nature campground. Loved the view on the lake, the hiking trails, the pond, bathrooms are ok and about 40 min drive to Chicago downtown. Will definitely stop here again if we plan a Chicago visit.
April 29, 2019 - reviewed by Josh
This is a hotel, an outside hotel. Bathrooms were good. Sunset over the hill and pond was nice. The shop was convenient. Very non threatening, great place to get started into camping. Firewood delivered to campsite isn't enough but nice (bring something to start the logs). Fishing and other activities very close and in the area. Only real negative other than how they bulldozed Nature to build a campground, is that there is thick gravel under the tent material. Try to bring the thinner tent spikes. No privacy at all. Very close. A bit pricy for what it is, but nice to have well run place close to home. Must go to little red school house it's great! For any age other than teen but even then.