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Rock Cut State Park, Loves Park

#11 of 36 in Nature in Illinois
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  • We went to hike. Most of the non paved trails were flooded. We still managed to have a good 6 mile hike. Because the trails were underwater we decided to take a paddle boat on lake pierce. What a plea...  more »
  • First time visit. Wife and I greatly enjoyed ourselves on a bike ride and hike. There are a few paved paths to ride on, but many more off road paths. If your feeling adventurous, there are many dirt/a...  more »
  • Live with in 3 miles of this park have Picnicked an hiked here many times. Never over crowded always a place to park good fishing and boating plus a very nice sand beach.  more »
  • Great place to camp. Rent boats & spend time with the family. I always have fun here. Everything is always great here. Only problem was some of the pot holes. Really need to be fixed. I had a great time though.
  • Loved the park. Big campground nice big sites. Loved the lake and boat kayak rentals. Gravel on sites was thin and we got stick in mud trying to pull camper out. Disappointed beach was closed. Otherwise fun quiet weekend
  • Grew up spending many a summer here as a kid and of course I continually spend time here with my wife, I photograph clients here for my business. All around an amazing place. It's calm and quiet with still plenty to do. GO EXPLORE!
  • Not a lot of great trails, but some. You can take a bike on most of them, horse on others. There's a shallow lake in the center with boat rentals for 13 bucks an hour, 19 if you want a fishing boat. Got lots of open grass and picnic tables. Took a star away cause there's nothing really special about it. It's a nice enough area, great place to take the family or hang out with friends and do a lake day.
  • A nice respite that the town has grown around. Several trails to run out bike on. Winding roads keep the views green, and allow you to forget that you're only a mile from the interstate. This isn't a destination worth a several hour drive to visit, but definitely a great community space and recreation space.