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George Rogers Clark Park, Springfield

(4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I wished I had more time here. I hiked the Tecumseh medicinal springs trail, spent some time under the big trees near the house & statue and investigated the teepees. I would like return, repeat and e...  more »
  • Every Labor Day weekend for the past 34 years The Fair at New Boston has been held at the George Rogers Clark Park. Based on the early 1800’s, numerous artisans, entertainers, purveyors, and food vend...  more »
  • This park is located on the battle ground where George Rogers Clark attacked the Indian Village of Peckuwe. The park consists of rolling terrain with a man made lake nestled in the center of the park....  more »
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  • A great public park in Clark County. Fair at New Boston is a lot of fun.
  • Amazing, especially during fall. Great place for the entire family. Cozy, beautiful and ideal for any type of outting. Highly recommended.
  • My family and i certainly enjoy the hiking trails as well as the great fishing. The only thing i believe that the park is lacking is maybe some playground equipment. I would love to have picnics but without a playground its hard to keep kids entertained. but other than that....beautiful well kept park!!!
  • This park is always fun to visit especially on mild summer days. There's a lot to do such as fishing, hiking, and picnicing with the family. The hiking trails are everywhere and there's plenty to see. Only dowside is paper maps aren't available and only restroom facilities near trails and picnic areas are porta potty.
  • Pretty. Nice picnic areas. Pond. Trails...