Johnson-Sauk Trail State Recreation Area

Kewanee, Illinois

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More than three hundred years ago, the Sauk, among other Native American tribes, traveled through north-central Illinois on their way from Lake Michigan to the confluence of the Rock and Mississippi Rivers. Today’s travelers coming to the Johnson–Sauk Trail State Park can enjoy the same rolling terrain, along with a scenic lake and some nice conveniences to make their stay a bit more comfortable.

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"More than three hundred years ago, the Sauk, among other Native American tribes, traveled through north-central Illinois on their way from Lake Michigan to the confluence of the Rock and Mississippi Rivers.

Today’s travelers coming to the Johnson–Sauk Trail State Park can enjoy the same rolling terrain, along with a scenic lake and some nice conveniences to make their stay a bit more comfortable."

Activity Type: Campgrounds
Nearby City: Kewanee
Campsites: 25 Class C; 71 Class A
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Johnson Sauk Trail State Park
Driving Directions: Directions to Johnson-Sauk Trail State Recreation Area

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May 2018