6 Parks near Taylorville, Illinois
Sep 2008 - $20.00
Since our last stay here 3 years ago, this campground has gone downhill. There are only 12 sites for transients, the rest are permanently occupied. The campground was littered with trash, including lots of broken glass. The dumpster had no cover and was overflowing. The office was manned by two teenagers that were more interested in each other than in helping me. I had to ask for directions to our campsite. The toilets are porta-potties. There are no showers. Many of the sites are not level and ours was barely long enough for a 35' motor home. We had to park our dinghy on an adjacent empty site. - Hawk37
Sep 2005 - $12.00
Lots of "permanent" campers. Not many level sites. Waterfront sites all rented on long term basis. - Hawk37
Sep 2010 - $15.00
City is actually Jeisey, not Kincaid. Lots of space and large lots designed as a place for mobiles, their RV rentals are mostly long term. Nice lady owns the park. Free washer and dryer but no WiFi or cable TV. There are spaces with phone hook-ups. Near Springfield and Taylorville for doing genealogy stuff. - PDDeen
Nov 2008 - $12.00
We paid monthly, had winter hook ups. New Trailer park. Nice area close to Taylorville. Office has washer and dryer. Friendly people. We stayed several months. Being new they needed to work on lawns. - twinapril
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Park was clean, nicely kept with paved interior roads super for biking. Sangchris Lake holds numerous fishing tournaments and is usually full, as the sites are excellent for boating / fishing enthusiasts. Typical Illinois park, the sites having no water, sewer or Wi-Fi; however Verizon cell reception was adequate. - Moundstation
May 2014 - $20.00
We stayed here two nights and could have stayed longer. We will come back here again. We had a nice spot on the lake. There were no bugs and it was a quiet camp. The camp host was very nice and friendly. The site was pretty level and there was plenty of room between sites. The sites were back-in. We were at the Hickory Campground and it is the one that has lake-front sites and the showers. Great place to fish. If you have a boat there is a boat ramp nearby. - Pamela & Gerald
Jul 2012 - $20.00
We stayed at Deer Run campground. It was quiet, but needs some TLC or rating would be higher. The mowers cut the grass & any debris. I have picked up pieces of candy wrappers, paper plates, napkins, plastic spoon, duct tape, soda cans, etc. Tables need new wood. Fire/grill areas need weed eating. The is a lake at Hickory Point campground. Water is available at Deer Run but it's far away. A 75 ft of hos was not enough requiring a move of the RV to get close & fill up with water. Would stay here again as we need to go to Springfield occasionally. Stayed in loop A, site 12, 50 amp good, walk in site. - Peter K
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This park is very far off the beaten path and therefore very quiet. We stayed in a back-in overflow area with water and electric only because a weekend event had filled up the rest. The pool looked inviting. The mini-golf needed some TLC. We will stay here again if the others are full. - exceltraveler
May 2016 - $45.00
Very far off the main highway. Country setting. Just keep following the signs!
Several new pull-thrus.
Nice playground. Pool. Miniature golf. Bouncing pillow. Basketball hoop. Cabins. Camping store. - Umbrella
Oct 2015 - $39.00
The road getting to this park narrow and it goes over a very narrow one lane bridge. If you are coming into the campground in a large motorhome be aware it is very difficult to navigate the very narrow road. The campground overlooks corn fields. The campground is 7 miles off the interstate and I would not recommend staying here if you are planning on doing activities in the Springfield area. There are other campgrounds much closer to the historic sites in Springfield. - budolemiss
Sep 2016 - $40.00
We really like this parks setting, sites, cleanliness and facilities. Everything worked fine & nice folks too. The only downside is it is very close to the highway and the noise is quite present...but it was hot so our AC buried it...but it might be a consideration for others.
We used it as a base for visiting the Lincoln Museum which was quite convenient and coming from the Museum back to the park, on RT4 Veterans Highway...is every store on earth for any needs you may have.
Note...our Garmin puts this park on a residential cul de sac about 4 miles away with some LOW branches! (Don't ask how I know!) Google had it right. You might wanna compare in advance if you have a Garmin.
Highly recommend this park. - Camaraderie
Sep 2016 - $35.00
We stayed over Labor Day. The park was full and we still had good water pressure. Double J RV Park is very convenient to Interstate 55 and Springfield. The office is open late and has snacks and a TV area even though the sites have cable connections. Many sites have nice shade trees. They have a new pool. - RVknitter
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Very nice campground Had plenty of room at the campsite and wide roads. Laundry was very clean. Will stay here again. - dec1949
Aug 2009 - $1.00
This campground is closed and no longer in business. The site is being converted to permanent housing. - Wadcutter
Apr 2009 - $28.00
Called for reservations and was told campground is not opening for 2009. - ezgoinguy
Apr 2008 - $28.00
An adequate park for those wanting to explore Lincoln land, mostly given over to seasonal pipeline workers. The guy next to us had his car hood up and his gas tank removed all day. The park needs an overall cleanup/raking. Bath house was old and dark, but clean and functional. CATV excellent. - ebdavis