Park is about five miles north of I74. It is surrounded by corn and soy bean fields and is very quiet (except for the drivers on IL49 out front but they are few and far between). There is a train track south of I74 with an occasional passing train that you can hear because it is so very quiet in the park. The Five Bridges refers to the pond between the owners' home and the sites; there are five bridges across it. There are plenty of birds in the trees and shrubs around the pond and we saw a chipmunk a couple of times and heard a bullfrog. Friendly, chatty host drove us to our site and aligned us to it. There was 50A electric and water but no sewer. There was a dump site on the way out. The road gate for the park was locked at dusk but the gate by the owners' house was always open. Had a relaxing, pleasant time. Stayed three nights in a 40' motorhome while I went to my class reunion in Danville. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very basic older rural property with water and elec. connections and moderately level
grass/graveled parking sites. Ok for overnight. Very friendly nice host who lives on property. Big rigs access with caution: somewhat winding road to campsites with some light brushing of tree limbs from small trees at the entrance and on way to campsite. Surrounded by corn fields and not much else. Locals drive rather fast on the road out front. We had a pleasant, quiet evening. We camped here in a Motorhome.