1 Park near Geneseo, Illinois
Aug 2015 - $32.00
A little gem. Very accommodating host. This park is off the beaten path, but worth the few extra miles. - Sun Seeker
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This park is in the country, adjacent to the Hennepin Canal. The park is family owned with the owners being very friendly and helpful. Caution: make sure that you follow the blue signs when coming into town on IL-82; there is a very low clearance railroad bridge if you stay on Il-82 through town. A better way is going across IL-92 to IL-82 and the campground will be on the left. This is a prior KOA from years ago, and most of the amenities that the KOA had are here except for the pool; it has been taken out. The sites are shaded, but a few have breaks in the trees for a satellite. Make sure you mention this when checking in so she can put you into a spot if you need satellite. Antenna and Verizon reception are very good. The campground WiFi is very good once you sign into it. The sites are level, gravel, with grass between the sites. When full, the sites could feel cramped. They have canoes and kayaks for rent as you are on the banks of the Hennepin Canal. The fishing is good too. There is a clean laundry room, 2 electric dryers and 2 washers, but the dryers need updating. They don't dry well. Geneseo is close and has anything you would want. We stayed here in a 39 foot fifth wheel and would definitely stay here again. - Mike1987
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Geneseo Campground has a great rural location; surrounded by corn fields and next to the historic Hennepin Canal. Our gravel WES site was fairly level with a reasonable amount of grassy space between RV sites. They also had 4 rustic cabins and one yurt (all with A/C) for rent. The canal was great for long-distance jogging/walking/biking along, although there can be a few skeeters if not a windy day. CG had kayaks and canoes for rent. There is a dump station, laundry, play ground and a spray ground. The camp store had basic supplies, ice and best of all LP gas (which is getting harder and harder to find at campgrounds).
The owners were extremely friendly and very helpful with questions about Quad cities, Le Claire, Geneseo or other local sites. Tengo supplies their wifi system so you need to register and login but had one of the best internet bandwidths I've come across. GC gives you access for one wireless device free. Good antenna TV reception. Their bathhouse/restrooms were very clean, well ventilated, lots of hot water. The owners even provided washcloths rolled up in a basket for guest's use.
Note: We were heading east on I-80 so took Colona Exit 7, turned left (east) on Hiway 224/Cleveland Rd then followed Cleveland Rd and turned right (south) on Hiway 82 till we came to CG's driveway on the left just before crossing the canal. Seemed an easier route than trying to navigate a motorhome towing a vehicle thru the town streets of Geneseo. - OTR-again