Beall Woods State Park

Mount Carmel, Illinois 62863

Beall Woods State Park

Beall Woods State Park Professional Guide

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"You can visit Dickson Mounds, Cahokia Mounds, Millstone Bluff, and other places in Illinois to view artifacts of the Native Americans who lived here long before Europeans came. At Beall (pronounced “bell”) Woods State Park, however, you can see what the woodlands themselves looked like in those pre-pioneer days.

Within the 635 acres of this park on the banks of the Wabash River are 329 acres of old-growth woods—virtually untouched by man—the largest remnant of the original deciduous forests that once covered perhaps 40 percent of the state. In this Midwestern equivalent of California’s redwood forest, some 300 trees grow to more than 120 feet tall."

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Mount Carmel
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16 Class C sites
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Dec 2018