13 RV Parks near Loves Park, Illinois
Aug 2018 - $35.00
This park is primarily full time & seasonal sites. The transient full hookups are mud holes with 4 & 5 water hookups to a single stand pipe. Sewer connections are 6" above ground making hoses drain up hill even with hose supports. The roads are full of holes. There is no WiFi but the handout at registration says there is. This is the second stay in as many years and will be the last. They have done nothing to improve the place, a couple loads of rock in the sites would do wonders. The ONLY reason I am here is family in the area, next visit I'll stay closer to Rockford and drive the extra distance. - Edd505
Jun 2017 - $43.00
I love this campground for swimming and day visits .I camped here with my husband and Yorkie for the first time on a Friday night .We were booked for the weekend . The seasonal campers do not abide by the quiet hours of 11pm to 7am . On arrival, a seasonal camper directed us to use a fire pit farther from our site because the seasonal camper on the other side of us liked using the one on our site .We were directed by camp staff that our electric was past the camper next to our site and we never did find our water. Needless to say , our visit was cut short because of the noise level at 2:30am .The management however ,was extremely courteous and prompt with a refund for the day we lost . A great place to spend the day!! - Tina Lang
Aug 2016 - $40.00
Sent to an over night area with full hook ups that is as far from the office as you can get. Found assigned site occupied, called and told to take a site in the same area that was all mud. This is primarily seasonal campers and water is a shared stand pipe 50ft hose to reach. Sunday night and the parks about deserted. Inexpensive Laundry on site, pool, lake, old fashion Ice cream stand. Trash picked up from sites twice daily. - Edd505
Jun 2018 - $25.00
(Rate based on a monthly stay and includes extra electricity charge.) There sure are a lot of negative reviews about this place. Thankfully our stay was apparently much better then most.
We stayed for a month and got a great spot with full hook-up and clean power. The water was well water and did smell, but all the water in the area is like that. On check-in day, we called to verify the time we could arrive. We were told the wrong time but the office staff went out of their way to get us checked in early so we wouldn't have to sit and wait for hours. We found the staff and groundskeepers to be very friendly.
We didn't use the bathrooms, showers or laundry, nor did we opt for the cable TV. The internet was typical for campgrounds, not very good. On-site propane is a HUGE plus!! Some of the roads are bad, but we simply avoided those.
If I could change one thing it would be that they don't accept credit cards. You also have to pay by cash or check and give a separate electric deposit upon arrival, from which they deduct your electricity use and mail you the balance in the form of a check. Our arrived a full month after we left. I'd love to see them move into the 80s and get a credit card machine. All in all, our stay was very pleasant!! - Julie and Ray
May 2018 - $75.00
We were seasonal for six years. Reason we stayed was wonderful fellow campers. The management and office personnel are not. Our electric never worked on our site. It blew a circuit board on our brand new camper. We got a surge protector and the electric fried it. Then we went and purchased a new one and that one showed we never were getting enough power to run the 30 amp. Never was it fixed completely and continued to have problems, until this year when we had no power all summer and had to move to another site. We were told it would be fixed, so we were waiting patiently for it to be fixed. The roads are horrible. All of them need repair and none of them are getting it. Electric doesn't work on many sites, the owner will tell you she will fix it but never does. There is a mound of asphalt (used) by campers there for the past 3 years. A health hazard. The water is not clean as it used to be. Has so much floating goose poop that you cannot swim in it safely. The rec hall where activities are held has a mold smell and our whole family would have reactions after spending time in there. They advertise free Wi-Fi and cable. However, Wi-Fi and cable does not work. When you mention this you are told that they are not going to fix it anymore. She advertises activities, and this year notified everyone that there will be no activities. They do not maintain any of the grounds. Signs break and they leave them. Playground breaks and they leave it. They do not put any money into this place and if you need to discuss anything with the owner, she hides and doesn't return calls or anything. When people move into the seasonal sites, she charges the people extra money if they have a deck or concrete pad. Don't get the site with the nice deck and shed. That is the one we had with no power. When there was the flood due to high rains, the water to the campers was infected with sewage water, and not for first time. Not a good place. They are letting things go and not repairing necessary basic needs. I just can't recommend this place. - happy campers 1
Sep 2017 - $40.00
All the negative reviews are spot on. They advertise WiFi and cable, neither of these actually work. The owner is not friendly at all. Owner cares about money. Recently increased their prices. They do the minimal amount of upkeep. Roads need to be redone, along with the actual sites. Trees are out of control and need to be trimmed, a rain storm came through and trees damaged RVs. The office staff and owners do not care about the people camping only about how much money they can get. The picnic tables are old and falling apart. The water is awful! It stained our sinks orange, and their showers are stained from the water too. It smells of rust and rotten eggs. Definetly not what water should smell like. I'd highly reccomend staying elsewhere - OnTheRoadAgain30
Sep 2018 - $45.00
This park fills up on the weekends, when the Wild West amusement park next door is open. During park hours, you can enjoy (or not) the screams of kids, the fake gun battles, and the train whistle. It's a reasonable KOA. It seems pricey for where it is, a full hour from Chicago with no traffic via the tollway. The wifi worked better than some, and so did our T-Mobile service. There doesn't seem to be anything around so be sure you get what you need before you come. One more thing: the mosquitos are fierce. It was impossible to take the dog for a short walk without being swarmed. Everyone had smokers to try to keep them away. Not sure there's much the park owners could do about that but it made it impossible for us to sit outside at all. - Pull Toy
Aug 2018 - $60.00
Not big rig friendly. Entrance/Exit road is single lane. Had to back out of our pull through site due to a clearance problem. Site not level. Stayed in a 44 foot motorhome towing. Good park for smaller rigs, however. - Ftharrisiii
Aug 2018 - $58.00
Everything was good in our one night but they need to do something about the entrance to the office. Ridiculous location on the opposite side of the building. Also, one-lane entrance/exit driveway is strange and annoying. Very attractive, friendly place. - mlnr