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4 RV Parks near Oblong, Illinois
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Oblong. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Oblong in the left hand column.
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Scenic campground around lakes run by a super nice couple. Park started in 1969 and is stuck in a time warp. Not big rig friendly...plus bring extra water and slinky to reach shared water spigots. Water pressure and electric were strong but no internet nor cable. Playground equipment was ancient as was washer and dryer in laundry. Sites are not numbered since they lead you to a spot where you should fit. Heavily shaded with mature Shagbark hickories. - Jitime40
Jul 2018 - $20.00
Good value. 50 amp, no sewer or water at site but has dump station. Lot was level. Nice playgrounds for kids. Lake with docks for fishing and a small boat ramp. Restaurant was closed. - PawPaw1969
Oct 2017 - $20.00
We stayed 4 days in a class A motorhome. The road into the park is paved but each site is gravel. The sites could use more gravel. There were few night light posts and all could use a good cleaning. The dock area had no lighting and was really dark. The shower house needs updating and cleaning. The push button showers do not stay on long enough and the water was extremely hot. Bonus was lots of trees for shade. Host was friendly. - Marigold
Oct 2017 - $20.00
This is an old park, and needs some TLC. The showerhouse was dirty and needs a good coat of paint after cleaning. The campsites are gravel, and some more gravel wouldn't hurt. It is clear that little is being done on maintenance in this park. The campsites are wooded, so lots of shade from the sun. The lake is lovely, and there's a dock near the campsites to fish from, or tie up a boat. In short, IDNR could do better than they're doing in this state park campsite. - User3333
Aug 2018 - $15.00
Have stayed several times. Out in the country with farm fields on three sides. Very quiet. Has FHU with 30 amp electric. No laundry or store. Newton Lake is about one mile east with good fishing. - ROPeach
Jul 2014 - $15.00
We found this park because the local State Park was full for the busy July 4th weekend. When we arrived we were pleasantly surprised how nice this campground was. While small with only 30 sites, there where 3 long term trailer along the edge. Beside those units, we had the entire park. This on a holiday weekend! This park suffers from lack of advertising or a website. All sites are on grass but the ground is hard and we didn't have any issues, even after a rain. Water and Sewer and 30 amp at all sites. Large rig friendly and several pull-through sites. This campground doesn't offer anything fancy, no Wi-Fi, no cable, no shower, but it does have a restroom with toilets only. If you want to camp near Lake Newton, or want to camp in a quiet location, this is the place for you. We have never had a nicer campsite for the price. (While the address is in Newton, IL it's actually closer to Bogota, IL.) - damonbeals
Oct 2018 - $42.00
We stayed at this KOA for one night while passing through. Access from I70 is convenient and close and the main consideration for us in selecting this RV park. We were travelling west bound on I70 and used Exit 129 to leave the interstate and then travel approx. 1/2 mi N to a paved rural road which takes you approx. 1/4 mi to the KOA entrance driveway (gravel). The park itself is clean and well kept with large mature trees. Check-in was easy and access to our site was easily managed thanks to our guide. The park has been in place for many years so interior roads are a bit tight. Utilities were convenient and worked fine. Satellite TV was not available at our site due to trees and judging from the size of the trees in the park it would be doubtful if satellite TV was available at any site. Cable TV and WiFi worked fine. We camped in a 42' motorhome. - Darrell M
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Arrived as the office people were putting out a sign closed for lunch. Seeing as I interrupted their lunch, the greeting was cold, the check-in, hurried and instructions quickly given. I was guided to my assigned site and was given hurried introduction to the hookups. In fairness it had been raining hard and the park had lots of standing water, so other than quickly hooking up electric and cable, later water during a rain break, so no use was made of any facilities. Fire ring had trash in it, roads could use some attention as they were rough. I was given a chocolate chip cookie. Cable and Wi-Fi worked well. - Sunchaser v
Aug 2018 - $39.00
This place is ok for an overnight stop which is what we did so we could visit the delightful town of Casey IL, "the little town of big things". There had been a lot of rain just before we arrived which highlighted the big need for new gravel in the campground. The mud was everywhere and was slick as ice and the roads had lots of potholes and would benefit from grading and gravel. We welcomed the yummy cookies offered by the nice folks at check-in and liked the escort to our level, water / electric, pull through site; the services worked well but the mud was a big deterrent to proper setup. We did not use the WiFi or cable; Verizon and ATT service were fine. The campground is dated but was well-kept, freshly mowed, with immaculate bathrooms and laundry room ($2 washer, $.25 per 5 minutes dryers). We tried to use the nice-looking pool, but it was locked - perhaps something related to the rain? We would stay here again if in the area. - Janau NC