7 Parks near Mahomet, Illinois
Nov 2016 - $30.00
Camped here for just an overnight. Got a good long pull through in the front. Water sewer and 50 amp. Sites were very narrow, the neighbors sewer was about 2 feet from our step. But served our purpose well. Military gets a $5 discount. - 2 DA WDS
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Nice midsize RV park, with several sections: an entryway row of sites (next to golf driving range) that are pretty close together, a larger middle loop (including several LONG pull-through sites), and a slightly "hidden" back loop (which is where we camped and what I would recommend) that is very private and quiet. Lots of open green space for dog walking, ball playing, drone flying (two of us had them when I was there), or other recreation.
This campground fills up quick during college football weekends, when the University of Illinois team is playing a home game in nearby Champaign-Urbana. We called about 10 days in advance and got one of the last few sites available.
Staff is extremely friendly and helpful, and put a smile on my face every time I spoke to them! Price is a little high at $35/night, but all developed sites have full hookups. There appear to be several primitive sites that might cost less. We had guests come one evening, and there was no extra charge. Propane and camp store on site. - scottydl
Jul 2016 - $35.00
4 units traveling together, just passing thru for a overnight stay. We had made reservations and 1 unit had trouble on the road. The management went out of her way meeting us at the office at 10PM to make sure that all units were parked correctly in the dark. Lot was spacious, mostly shady and gravel. This is a beautiful country campground.
We will definitely stay here again. - Captain Hook
Mar 2015 - $16.00
We spent 1 night here after a great Champagne Snow snowfall, and our dogs loved frolicking in the snow. The area was quiet and peaceful. Since there was a snowfall, I wasn't certain if we were sitting on gravel or concrete. All in all, it was decent. A lake is across the road; my guess is it's a nice setting in summer and fall. - Sally Kely
Jul 2014 - $15.00
Something happened since I was here last. I think there is a new manager. It appears that most sites are now filled with RVs that are seasonal. This left very few sites for a rig to just show up (this is a no reservations campground). The rate for 7 days was $100 plus electric which is very reasonable. Hookups were a stretch on the site that I was on but worked fine. Satellite and antenna were good and Verizon cell and Internet were strong. I come here to visit family. I may check out another campground close by the next time I'm in the area. - RVW Traveler
Oct 2012 - $18.00
This is a membership Sportsmans Club. Most sites are grass. The full hookup sites are small on gravel right in the middle of the entrance. Very few sites have their own fire pit. Two types of sites, full hookup or electric with community water spigots located within a 100' or so of each site. The oddest thing is that almost every site has the power post on the passenger side if the rig. Sites are relatively level but a lot are not. For some reason, you can hear the highway noise quite a bit. It is about two miles away. Small playground but nothing much more for the kids. If you are visiting the area, it will suffice. $18 is for electric only. - Wydglide
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We stayed for one night on our way to Tennessee. Beautiful place, our site overlooked the lake. Place was quiet and restrooms were clean and well cared for. Staff was excellent, very friendly. Check in was quick and price was great. Plenty of room for our RVAnd towed vehicle. The road out is full of ruts, our only complaint. - Pamela Wick
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Convenient for overnight stay. Approx one mile off 57; can see traffic from the park, but park is very quiet. Good gravel road, level gravel sites. Appear to have some seasonal. Hosts very friendly and welcoming. We would stay here again. - Sun Seeker
Sep 2016 - $27.00
This is a very well-maintained park that is easy access to I-57 and excellent for an overnight stay.
The host was extremely pleasant and helpful. He led you to the site and helped with parking.
I would definitely stay here again. - davebennington
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed one night on a relocation trip. This is a nice distance to drive from Elkhart. Lots of grass and mature trees. Not near any freeways so it is quiet. During planting or harvesting season there could be more activity. As others mentioned we were guided across the expansive lawn area and around trees to create a pull thru slot. There is no WiFi, but we had three bars on the Verizon MiFi. We picked up several OTA TV stations. We didn't need a reservation on Saturday in Mid September. There were several other people parked here, but not crowded with decent space between slots. New Laundry equipment. We had a cement patio and picnic table. - Nana_Grandpa
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Would I stay again? Yes!
The good news: pull-thru sites, large, spacious, full hookups.
Clean showers. Good rate. Quiet. Playground for kids.
The not so good: Lots of flying insects and sites are grassy, weedy, obviously not sprayed. Tables are old and rough. Shower handle was replaced with monkey wrench. Toilet stopped up.
Located next to close AFB Chanute. Felt like it wad being held together with bailing wire and gum.
About the only RV park in this stretch. - Sir_Charles395
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Nice park run by the City of Rantoul, IL. Location is the former Chanute AFB that closed in 1993. The RV park is located on the grounds where the base mobile home park used to be, so odd sidewalks and driveways here and there. Host was awesome. Showers and baths in the old dental facility, musty, but clean. Nice room between sites, and you cannot beat the price for 50 AMP FHU. - Ron and Terri
Aug 2016 - $25.00
The park was clean and quiet. It seems most of the campsites are set up in a circular arrangement- almost like a cul-de-sac- but the sites are very spacious. Although the camping sites were well manicured- it goes right up to thick brushy, grassy undergrowth, very popular with rabbits! There is no view of the water from the camping sites that I could figure, so to see the water, one must go to the beach or the marina. We only stayed one night, so our visit was limited, but I would go back...especially if I had a boat! - Doxie Mom
Jun 2016 - $20.00
The rate is for an electric-only site. This Illinois State Recreation Area gets primarily local visitors, as it is not close enough to a major byway to make it convenient for most people traveling through. (We are an exception and are willing to go significantly out of the way to stay at state park campgrounds.) You see lots of friends and family groups staying near each other. During our weekend stay, we arrived without reservations, and it was not a problem as the campground was only about half full. When you arrive, you must first check-in with one of the two campground hosts. He gave us a map and let us choose our own site, then go back and pay. There are some full-hookup sites but they were all taken, so we chose a site with 30 amp electric only. There are some sites with 50 amp hookup available. The best place to fill with fresh water is at one of the two dump stations. Also, note that loops H, I, J, and K are designated as no-alcohol loops. Most sites seem to be fairly level, most with gravel, but some with concrete pads. Some sites are shady and some in the open. We chose a shady site. We did get satellite by using our portable dish. The park is well groomed and clean. We had weak, but usable, Verizon voice and data. The only negative that we had was a large family/friends group camped nearby that talked until two in the morning. We would stay here again if passing through, but would not go out of our way to visit again. - TheJim
Jul 2013 - $25.00
Very nice spacious lots. Plenty of room between units. Lot was not completely level but was easy to level camper. Lots of shade trees. All utilities worked great (water, sewer, electric). Utilized hiking trails and beach. Did not have boat for lake but lots of other people did. It was a great time and already have reservations to return. - CyberRanger
Jun 2015 - $20.00
We stayed here in the middle of a very rainy period. The site we had was high and dry but many were lower and quite swampy. The drainage in the park needs work.
The roads through the park are nicely paved and the lake is very nice.
It was a nice place to stay but I don't think that we would go there again. - Charlie K
Sep 2014 - $20.00
A nice well kept state park on a lake. Sites are gravel and mostly level. The map on line shows no pull through sites, but when we arrived we were directed to site F1 which is a pull through. Only 30 amp electric at the site. Had to fill up with water at one of the faucets scattered throughout the park. Campground hosts were friendly and very helpful. They told us the water was OK to drink, but had a bad taste due to iron. No problem, we drink bottled water. We would stay here again. - Tetrode
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Nice older state park. Not the most big rig friendly but a few of the sites handle one OK. There are only about 6 sites that have 50amp service, the rest are 20 or 30amp. The restrooms and the showers were NOT clean, a pressure washer would work wonders. The spaces are not terribly level, they're gravel with grass growing in them. Lots of big trees with lots of shade. We stayed here while visiting friends in the area. - AstroDave
Sep 2016 - $17.00
This is a great little sleepy campground. Perfect if you have to work in Decatur or surrounding area while camping as its very close. There isn't much to do at this campground other than just enjoy having nothing to do but that's OK sometimes. The one thing I didn't like is the caretakers dig out the fire rings and that leaves a hole to collect water and starting a fire in a puddle of water is a bit difficult. Someone should really tell them to stop that, yes it looks nice but is very impractical for using it for what it was designed for. Other than that great park. - firemaninil