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13 RV Parks near Sycamore, Illinois
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Inconvenient to get to the way the exits are (aren't) off the freeway. Park itself located off mostly residential streets with a steep paved drive into the park. However the park is very scenic, has a very nice tv/socializing room. A lot of permanents, some vacant, but all seemed to be neat even if real old. Not a lot of room to maneuver, but enough. Sit was pretty level gravel, utilities all right. We would stay here again. - Bossgreen
Aug 2018 - $45.00
Overnight stay. Site was not level for our 25 foot motorhome. Few trees in our spot. Others w more permanent looking rigs, had mature trees & were lovely sites. Overall very well keep. Lots of space to run & activities for kids.
FYI, we had no tow vehicle. Nice place to visit. Would choose a different site next time. Maybe #51 or 52-end sites by the river. - Debra Zillmer
Jul 2018 - $30.00
This is the second year we've stayed here for an overnight stay on our way out east. This is a very nice, very well maintained, quiet campground. They have quite a few turkeys that wander around here too. - Juniper94
Sep 2011 - $28.00
A nice little park in the middle of an Illinois corn field. There are trees, a pond, playground, tent sites and about 24 pull-through RV sites. The entrance and sites are gravel – not all are level front to back and across. To exit, you pull through your site onto the grass field around the back of other sites to the gravel road out. That is the only drawback for us because it RAINED and RAINED the 3 days before we left. That made the field very soggy. We and the owner determined that to drive across the field was not the best route out. Luckily, we had an empty site directly across and behind our rig. The owners’ staff assisted us with our exit so that any damage to the grass was minimal. Proximity to the location for the movie: Groundhog Day, Woodstock’s town square and environs, was a plus, as well. - zen_letitbe
Aug 2011 - $33.00
This is a funky little campground set well off the road on a family farm. The pull through sites look like back in sites at first glance, but the idea is to pull in and face a large lawn area which is used to pull out. Staff is very friendly, the park is quiet, with a fair proportion of seasonal campers. There is a swimming/fishing pond, table and fire ring at each site, and decent room between sites. Wi-Fi works well, but there is a $2 daily fee for Wi-Fi. The park is close enough to Chicago for antenna TV reception. Some of the overnight sites may require a bit of work to level your rig, but I've seen worse. We would stay here again. - DrLewie
Jun 2011 - $33.00
This is a small family owned campground positioned on a 100+ acre farm. It is clean and well maintained. Although the spaces between sites is small, it has a beautiful little swimming lake and has lots of open space around it. It is set back from the road by a long lane. It is busy on the weekends with family campers, but during the week is very tranquil. The manager is very accommodating and helpful. Woodstock is a very quaint small town (the movie Ground Hog Days was filmed there) with a large Wal-Mart, and a town square. There was good Wi-Fi and we got an excellent Verizon signal on our cellphone. There is an small charge for Wi-Fi and electricity if you are on the weekly rate. - sunbadgers
Oct 2016 - $10.00
The entire Fairgrounds was rented for a weekend. Because of the event, the nightly rate was reduced to $10. I also drove through the regular RV parking which was a nice well maintained area. I used the dump station in the RV park when I exited the Fairgrounds. - Nomad in the Making
May 2016 - $15.00
Clean nice park with very little shade. Sites are level and long with some grass and some gravel. Water and power are located in the rear with a dump station at one end of the park. This park is perfect in my opinion. - illini777
Oct 2015 - $15.00
This park is relatively new, so if you're looking for shade trees it might not be good for you. There are however, new trees planted at every site that do offer a bit of shade. The sites are w-i-d-e at an angle so backing in and getting out is a piece of cake. This park is huge and laid out very very well. Its at a fairgrounds, so its pretty basic. Each site has 30 & 50 amp service along with water. There is a easy in and easy out dump station. There are no picnic tables or fire rings. Our site faced east, so the shade tree was right outside our front door. That allowed our satellite dish to get perfect reception to the southwest. It was mid-October so there was only one other RV in the whole complex. We were on our way home to Northern IL from a fall foliage trip around Lake Michigan that started in Southern WI, so this was perfect for a one night stay. We would definitely stay here again. - therealSimpsons