The country road that leads to Camp A While in Lincoln does not take you a very long distance from Interstate 55. It leads you into the woods just far enough to get away from traffic noise and city life. A small campground like this one can help you to relax and wind down after hours of driving.
Since Lincoln is a historical town that’s named for the honorable 16th president, you may want to visit the related sights during your camping trip. The Lincoln Heritage Museum is quite an attraction. If you can’t find enough to do at the campground and in town, then you may want to go to an auto race at the Lincoln Speedway.
“A very nice little site, perfect for a stopover if you are exploring historic Rt. 66/Lincoln Highway. It’s just a tree-dotted lot in the middle of fields, but it’s clean, quiet and friendly to people and dogs…” – Kate, Allstays Review