Sugar River Forest Preserve is located approximately 20.5 miles northwest of Rockford, IL. With picturesque streams, lush woods, and dramatic cliffs, the unspoiled prairies are treasures to be enjoyed. Sugar River is one of 43 preserves dedicated to preserving the tural beauty of Winnebago County.
ture lovers of all ages will have no shortage of activities at Sugar River. Hiking, birdwatching, and horseback riding are just a few of the many activities in and around the preserve. Professiol and amateur photographers will relish capturing some of ture’s finest sights at this highly rated Rockford, IL, campground.
“Such a beautiful place! We floated the Sugar River twice & that was nice. There were 2 campground hosts, both were VERY friendly& helpful. We had deep woods off, but the mosquitos were SO insane we had to reapply many times per day. We will go back…maybe this fall.” Dawn, RV Park Reviews
Rock Cut State Park is located approximately nine miles northwest of Rockford, IL. Rock Cut is part of the Great Parks initiative that is committed to improving Illinois State Parks. Illinois State Parks are visited by over 44 million people each year.
Rock Cut State Park is home to an abundance of wildlife including beavers, foxes, and a variety of waterfowl. Rock cut spans over 3,000 acres with two lakes with great fishing opportunities. Winter at Rock Cut State Park offers even more activities with cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
“Very friendly service, there is seasol campsite supervisors here and they are filled with knowledge of the area. 100’s of miles of trails, boat rentals, a concession stand that has burgers and tons of Great food. Plenty of fishing spots and quite possibly the best scenery within 500 miles.” Xtreamcmper, RV Park Reviews
Thousand Trails Pine Country is located about 10 miles northeast of Rockford, Illinois. You’ll find plenty to do at Pine Country whether you’re a tive of the Midwest or on a cross-country trip. At Thousand Trails Pine Country, they believe everything is better in the Midwest.
Everyone knows summer is for camping with friends and family. What about winter? Check out Pine Country RV and Camping for some cool winter fun. Pack your skis or your ice fishing gear and get yourself out there for some great winter activities. Don’t worry. If winter isn’t your thing, they’re open in the summer too. Take a day trip to the “Windy City” and spend time around one of the greatest cities in the U.S.
“Pine Country is a gorgeous park and very well kept. The staff is friendly and accommodating. I drive a very large truck to pull my 5th wheel and I am always concerned about getting into and out of places without getting into difficulty. One of the staff took me around to see the roads and site. I had no problem with either.” KD7Uch, RV Park Reviews
Sycamore RV Resort is approximately 23 miles southeast of Rockford, IL. Family-owned and –operated, this RV Resort offers relaxing and quiet camping in a nature-filled setting. Make a plan to visit this wonderful resort on your next vacation.
This beautiful resort is a family-friendly campground teeming with activities. Set up your chair and soak up the sun’s rays by the water or grab your pole and throw a line in. Take a hike on the trails in search of your golf ball at the nearby golf course. Race fans will be excited when they learn stock car racing is also close by.
“This is a really nice park. The spaces are level, the view is beautiful. Our spot had a huge lawn next to it, after that were a sand volleyball court and a basketball court. The lake is beautiful and the guy in front of us caught several large bass (catch and release) each day.” Calteri, RV Park Reviews
Blackhawk Valley Campground is located in Rockford, IL, on the beautiful countryside. There are plenty of activities for all to enjoy at this Rockford campground. Blackhawk Valley’s affordability is quickly making it a preferred destination for those staying in the Rockford area.
This is a quiet campground set off the highway along the Kishwaukee River with a pond in the middle to boot. Spend a few days or a few weeks at this lovely campground surrounded by nature’s beauty. Stay in camp and enjoy some of the many amenities or take a day trip into downtown Rockford to learn about some of the local history.
“This is the most beautiful RV park we have ever stayed. It has a lot of property with 2 large open fields and 2 pavilions, many different sports activities and a pond. It is right next to a river with a boat ramp. However, I am not sure there is a road to take a vehicle and boat to the boat launch. Many people have residential RVs there year around and I understand. It is gorgeous!” Tina, RV Park Reviews
Located in Union, IL, Chicago Northwest KOA is about 22 miles east of Rockford, IL. Northwest KOA offers its visitors a quiet country setting to enjoy a peaceful camping experience. Get away from your worries and enjoy what this great campground has to offer.
With plenty of activities in and around this well-kept campground, you’ll never be bored. Mosey on over to Donley’s Wild West Town and be transported to the days of cowboys. Plan a day trip to the Railway Museum and get on board with a little history.
“What a beautiful campground. It is very large and evenly split between RV and Campers. The campers are mostly up front where you enter the park. They have an extremely large area for campers. There are some tight fitting RV sites with full hook ups. Large dog park, bathrooms and laundry facility.” OKstatefanz, RV Park Reviews
Northwoods RV Resort is approximately 13 miles east of Rockford, IL. Northwoods RV is a 60-acre park with plenty of activities for all to enjoy. Explore Kishwaukee River State Fish and Wildlife Area with your RV as a home base.
This is a family-oriented RV resort along the Kishwaukee River with access to two fishing lakes. Join some of the resort’s many planned activities or venture on your own. There is no shortage of fun waiting for you. Its close proximity to Chicago makes it easy to plan a day trip of sightseeing the “Windy City.”
“We stayed over Labor Day weekend so it was busy… but it was still pretty quiet and relaxing. Met the new manager and he is a very nice guy, and the staff was very friendly! Just a month after this campground flooded, it is in very good shape.” The Rono214, RV Park Reviews
Located approximately 21 miles east of Rockford, IL, Lehman’s Lakeside RV Resort is a combination rustic campground and classic RV Resort. Set up along the camp’s pond or pick a shady site away from the crowd. This park is a short drive from Chicago and all that it has to offer.
Plan a gathering of friends or a mini vacation to escape the big bad world. Whatever your decision, Lehman’s Lakeside Resort could be the perfect place for you. Make a splash in the pond or take out one of the free boats and enjoy the water. Bike or walk along the wooded trails to get a glimpse of nature.
“living in the Country.” Quiet!!! The laundry facilities, and the shower facilities are immaculate at all time’s! Minister’s way from grocery shopping, and from I90. When you pull into the resort there are cow’s on the right side. Goats, a mini donkey, an alpaca, and horses. The beach is always clean. Cute park, by laundry facilities. Beautiful ponds up top of resort grounds. I love it here!” Monegatago, RV Park Reviews
Lake Louise Campground is about 16.5 miles southwest of Rockford, IL. With a 13-acre, spring-fed lake and beautiful beach area, Lake Louise is a true camper’s paradise. Lounge by the pool or make friends in their spacious nine-person hot tub.
Summer memories are made at Lake Louise. The kids will be talking about the fun times they had for years. Relax at the beach while the children play in the water. Enjoy the fun, family atmosphere provided by the friendly staff. Get a group together and use the picnic area.
“Very spacious lots. Just a long walk to lake but you can take your golf cart as we did and save alot of walking. Very nice beach and also very nice pool. Will stay here again.” Dan, RV Park Reviews
Choosing RV camping in Rockford, IL is quick and easy. Campgrounds in Rockford, IL are some of the finest around. You may find this list helpful in choosing a great RV park in or near Rockford that’s ideal for your next weekend away or family gathering. If you’re considering RV ownership, check out these RV rentals in Rockford, IL. If you have an RV and are in need of a place to park, try some of these options available near Rockford, IL.
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