Open: Open from Mar 1 through Oct 31 Number of Sites: 81 Tents Allowed: Yes
Immerse yourself in the 19th century at Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site near this KOA. Costumed guides play Tom and Sarah Lincoln and their neighbors at the working living history farm, owned in the 1840s by Honest Abe's father and stepmother. You're only 45 miles from Arthur/Arcola, the hub of Illinois Amish country, and 30 miles from Eastern Illinois University and Lake Land College. Shaded level sites offer beautiful views of the rising and setting sun. Swim in the pool, fish and boat on the lake and play pool, volleyball and basketball. Or abandon yourself in the latest whodunit in the reading room. Weekends only (Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend), dig in to biscuits and sausage gravy on Saturdays and pancake breakfasts on Sundays. Enjoy ice cream socials Saturday nights. Celebrate July 4th by watching Casey's fireworks.
From jct I-70 (exit 129) and Hwy 49: Go 1/4 mi N on Hwy 49, then 1/4 mi W on county road. Entrance on left.
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