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The best cabins in Illinois.

From the shores of Lake Michigan all the way down to Shawnee National Forest, Illinois has a campsite well suited for any personality.


Front view of the cabin.
Two kaykas provided by the host.
Woods to the west.
forest hiking activity
Dock on property.
Cabin provided
Kankakee River Cabin
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$100/night
Lauren
Lauren: Nestled in the woods just sixty miles south of Chicago on the Illinois/Indiana border, ...
Watkin's Place at McCully
Watkin's Place at McCully
Watkin's Place at McCully
Watkin's Place at McCully
Watkin's Place at McCully
Cabin provided
Shane
Shane: We had a fantastic time at the cabin. It was well off the beaten path yet connected to ...

Grab your tent and cooking supplies, it’s time to go camping in Illinois! Get in a weekend of beach camping along Lake Michigan at Illinois Beach State Park or beside the Illinois River at Kayak Morris park. Skip the crowds for a serene camping experience at Castle Rock State Park’s primitive campsites, which are only accessible by boat. Another fairly quiet option is Read more...

Grab your tent and cooking supplies, it’s time to go camping in Illinois! Get in a weekend of beach camping along Lake Michigan at Illinois Beach State Park or beside the Illinois River at Kayak Morris park. Skip the crowds for a serene camping experience at Castle Rock State Park’s primitive campsites, which are only accessible by boat. Another fairly quiet option is Moraine Hills State Park. Rock Cut State Park is a delight in the spring and summer when the park’s many wildflowers come into bloom. Adventurous types will want to visit Rock Cut State Park, where a cave awaits exploring, along with opportunities for fishing, hiking, and camping. Check out Shawnee National Forest in the far south of the state for hiking, fishing, wildlife watching and primitive or car camping. No matter where you are in Illinois, there's a place to pitch your tent or park your RV just a quick drive away.

Welcome to the Jungle
Welcome to the Jungle
Welcome to the Jungle
Welcome to the Jungle
Cabin provided
Joseph
Joseph: Camp is three miles from your car. Possible atv use great mountain bike or horse or...
Peace on the Prairie
Peace on the Prairie
Peace on the Prairie
Peace on the Prairie
Peace on the Prairie
Cabin provided
Kevin
Kevin: Located 24 acres of prairie restoration with adjoining timber, this efficiency...
Illinois produces more pumpkins than any other state in the U.S.
Barn and the windmill in August
Breakfast al fresco.
The Barn is located on a limestone bluff 110 feet above the old Ohio River bottom.
Autumn foliage across the field from the Barn
Tupelo swamp just off the north edge of the property
Cabin provided
James
James: Bring the hot dogs and the beans, but leave the sleeping bag and tent behind.   At...