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Discover Peoria, IL

Lying on the banks of Illinois River, Peoria is a mid-sized city a 90-minute drive away from the state capital, Springfield. It's one of the biggest cities along the Illinois River between Chicago and St. Louis, MO, and one of the earliest European settlements in Middle America. Native Americans lived here for more than 12,000 years before the French canoed into the Illinois River in the late 17th century.

Peoria prides itself as an "All-American city," a representative of typical American tastes, thoughts, and habits. When national marketers want to test the feasibility of a product or idea, they often turn to Peoria to find out if it will play there. There's nothing typical in the beauty of Peoria's river valley though: President Theodore Roosevelt declared it the “world's most beautiful drive” when he came to visit more than a century ago. Book an RV in Peoria County today and find out if you agree.

Surprises Along the Illinois River

Various outdoor recreational opportunities await in the rolling lands and meandering creek of the 3,200-acre Jubilee College State Park 30 minutes’ away by camper rental from Peoria. Explore the park's prairies, woodland, and ravines on more than 40 miles of multi-use trails where you can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Bring your binoculars and spy more than 160 species of birds, and keep an eye out on deer, squirrels, and coyotes that roam the forests. Along the creek, you may glimpse beavers, muskrats, and minks.

Take your travel trailer rental from Peoria to Wildlife Prairie Park for regular sightings of bison, foxes, and bears. Walk the 10 miles of trails – or ride the train – to get close to 50 species of animals in protective enclosures and open spaces that take up the park's woodland, wetland, and prairies. Sink a line in the park's four lakes and haul in a catch of largemouth and smallmouth bass, bluegill, and crappie. Rugged hiking trails and well-groomed biking trails await the physically fit. The park was once part of the Native Americans' hunting grounds, so it's well worth the visit to the museum for a look at Native American artifacts.

From Peoria, follow the Illinois River Road to reach Chautauqua National Wildlife Refuge an hour's drive away by Peoria motorhome rental. The preserve measures almost 4,500 acres and showcases a range of habitats; riparian forest, floodplain shrubs, and marshes attract a healthy population of waterfowl and other bird groups, putting it on Audubon Society's list for regionally important birding areas. Dedicated birders may want to plan their trip in winter when the lake is blanketed by hundreds of thousands of snow geese. Or rent an RV in Peoria in the spring to hear the songbirds on the black oak sand forest of the Chautauqua Nature Trail.

Where to Park Your RV

Only a few RV parks can be found within Peoria, though all of them offer full hookup sites, restrooms, and showers. In some cases, you may have to share a vacant lot overnight with a long-term mobile home resident or spend a few nights at a campground intended for long-term or seasonal residents. Alternatively, there are a few Walmart stores in Peoria, so you have an option for overnight parking in a pinch. Ask permission from the store management to ensure a pleasant stay at their parking lot.

Or take your RV rental in Peoria for a drive to Jubilee College State Park. Electrical hookups are available along with showers, flush/primitive toilets, and a trailer dump station. With its variety of ecosystems for numerous wildlife and fish species, staying at the park is an experience by itself.

Experience Peoria’s History and Scenery

You won't miss Peoria’s 2.5-mile Grandview Drive, one of the city's most defining attractions especially as the foliage changes color in autumn. Take your Peoria RV rental by owner for a spin for a commanding view of the Illinois River Valley and the many historic homes that line the drive. Along the way, consider stepping out of your RV to walk off stiff muscles in the 1.75-mile paved sidewalk trail.

Peoria boasts a clutch of historic buildings that go all the way back to the late 19th century when it was a hub of regional rail, shipping, and industry. Encompassing 17 blocks of downtown, the Warehouse Historic District contains some of the finest examples of Italianate and Colonial Revival structures in Peoria and the utilitarian styles of the period when products shipped throughout the Midwest passed through here. A few of the buildings that make up the district were once used for brewing and distillery, a tradition that continues to this day in some of the repurposed buildings.

The 9,000-acre Peoria Park District beckons with a bounty of activities for visitors of all ages, interests, and fitness levels. Nature lovers would want to visit Luthy Botanical Garden, the Forest Park Nature Center, and Peoria Zoo. Kids would love the Playhouse Museum for its variety of permanent exhibits that will allow them to ride a train, put on hard hats to build objects, or pretend sailing along the Illinois River.

Befitting its size, Peoria tempts discerning travelers with hundreds of dining options whether you’re into Mediterranean, Irish, or Middle Eastern. You’ll have lots of fine dining choices, BBQ/grill fare, and classic American eats. You’ll also find plenty of places serving authentic local cuisine as well as an abundance of produce markets and convenience stores to expand your meal options. Gas stations can be found throughout the city, so it’s well worth the search for your next favorite dish.

Peoria is not only a compelling destination by itself, but it also takes you to some of the most dazzling tourist locations in the Midwest. There’s Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. There’s also the legendary Great River Road following the mighty Mississippi. So when you book an RV rental in Peoria, IL, expect to be on the road to some of the most epic trips in the United States.

RV Rentals in Peoria, IL

Peoria, IL is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Peoria. Outdoorsy's Peoria RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Peoria are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Starved Rock State Park, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Castlewood State Park, Effigy Mounds National Monument, and Morgan Monroe State Forest.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Kankakee River Trail Wilmington Illinois
Saw Wee Kee Trail Yorkville Illinois
Starved Rock and Sandstone Point Overlook Trail Oglesby Illinois
Illinois River Bluff Trail Peoria Illinois
Lover's Leap Overlook Trail Oglesby Illinois
Farmdale Recreation Area Trail Washington Illinois
Wildcat Den Trail Muscatine Iowa
Dells Canyon and Bluff Trail Oglesby Illinois
Forest Nature Center Outer Loop Trail Peoria Heights Illinois
McKinley Woods Loop Channahon Illinois

Nearby Campgrounds

Kamp Komfort RV Park

campground Carlock, IL
Kamp Komfort and RV Park is located in McClean County Illinois only minutes away from Bloomington. The RV Park that feature pull-through sites, 30/50 amp and full hookup.The owners and staff are great people, friendly, warm, and welcoming. Campground overall was very well maintained. Grass and shrubbery all neatly cut. All the sites are gravel and level sites.Sites were gravel and all were level. This is a no frills RV Park but they do offer basic services that include Wi Fi, restrooms, swimming pool, and playground. Kamp Komfort is a nice spot to relax as enjoy this part of central Illinois, Bloomington is very close and you are not that far away from other central Illinois cities such as Champaign and Peoria. One of the best kept secrets of this part of Illinois is the Cajun Connection located Utica. The Cajun Connection features authentic Cajun cuisine in a intimate rural setting. Utica is about a 1 hour north of Bloomington.

Millpoint Campground & RV Park

campground East Peoria, IL
Miillpoint Campground & RV Park is located in East Peoria right on the Illinois River. It features a peaceful and serene environment with large, beautiful shade tree, spacious campsites, and gracious hosts. The large sites make it very easy for bigger RVs to maneuver without any difficulty. Recreation activities include walking trails, recreation room, gym/workout facilities, beach access, boat ramp, and marina. The Campsite is family friendly with a playground and pet area.The Campground offers pull-through sites, big rig access, tent camping, restrooms, showers, 30 amp/50 amp, water, sewer, and Wi-Fi. Mill Point RV Park is a great location to simply sit back, relax, and chill or to enjoy the natural beauty of Illinois River. This part of Illinois is scenic with lots to do. Peoria is considered by many to be the quintessential American city. You will enjoy exploring the sights and sounds of Peoria and surrounding areas and then having a cozy and comfortable spot to come back to.

Kamp Komfort Campground

campground Carlock, IL
Kamp Komfort Campground is an RV Park that is located in Carlock, Illinois about 15 minutes from Bloomington-Normal. They offer 30 and 50 amp sites with pull-thrus and full hookups, The Campground is about 7 miles from Interstate 55 and Interstate on the Interstate 74 exit. Bloomington-Normal is one of the major crossroads in Illinois. Champaign is only 1 hour east, Rockford is a couple hours north, and Peoria is about 1 hour west. If you have a taste for authentic Cajun food, the Cajun Connection in Utica Illinois is about 1 hour away right next to Starved Rock State Park. . Kamp Komfort is well maintained. The grass and shrubbery are neatly cut, and all the sites are gravels and level. The staff is warm and friendly. The Campground itself doesn?t have a lot to do, but you will finds many things to keep you busy and entertained around the area.

Jubilee College State Park

campground Brimfield, IL
Jubilee College State Park just outside of Peoria, Illinois, is truly an outdoors experience. The site are large and grassy, with only electricity. There is water available and a shower house. The campground host will be happy to help you find a spot and tell you about the things to do in the area. There are miles upon miles of hiking and biking trails.The hiking trails will take you through a backcountry hiking experience without having to leave the path. This is a place of peace and quiet. You can expect to see butterflies, dragonflies, deer, frogs and salamanders. Watch out for wild turkeys! Fish for bass and bluegill in the pond. Enjoy your lunch outdoors under a pavilion in the shade. You will find this out of the way park full of nature delights, and the preserved 19th century college structures, and an interesting cemetery with fascinating headstones and history. This basic park is very woodsy and will get you close to nature.

Children's Discovery Museum

attraction Normal, IL
It is sometimes challenging to keep kids entertained on the road. If you are visiting Normal, Illinois, you should consider paying a visit to the Children?s Discovery Museum. They provide a creative and interactive environment that is educational as well as entertaining. Their goal is to inspire kids by providing hands-on exhibits, classes, and programs that actively engage the visitor in experiences that stimulate imagination, curiosity, and wonder. Throughout its history the Children?s Discovery Museum has operated under various names at different locations in the Bloomington-Normal area but has always remained true to its mission of providing youth and their families with hands-on play experiences that promote learning and growth. The organization was first founded in 1988 as the McLean County Children?s Discovery Museum. Responding to a need in the community, the museum founders spent six years planning for the museum finally opening the doors to the public on March 27, 1994, showcasing innovative, hands-on exhibits dealing with arts, sciences and communications.

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