150+ RV sites, can accommodate RVs up to 42ft, 20/30/50 amp, dump station, full and partial hookups, pull thrus, tent sites, WiFi, restrooms, showers, laundry ($), handicap access, blacktop roads, fire rings, picnic area, store, propane ($), LP exchange ($), ice, restaurant, clubhouse, fitness center, game room, arcade ($) swimming pool, playground, 5 lakes (no license required), basketball, sand volleyball, bounce pillow, biking, boat ramp, canoeing, fishing, horseshoes, shuffleboard, tennis courts, pickle ball, mini-golf (provide your own golf ball), nature watching, nature trails on river, planned activities, crafts ($), rental accommodations/cabins.
Open April 15th thru October 18th. PA is not valid weekends (Fri & Sat), holidays and holiday weekends (Memorial Day, 4th July, Christmas in July, Labor Day, Columbus Day, both Halloween weekends). PA is not valid during special events from Memorial Day Weekend thru Labor Day Weekend. PA is valid for two nights max. PA discount cannot be combined with another discount, group rate, special offer or promotion. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome. *Rates vary based on time of year, type of RV site and occupancy. Rate based upon 2 adults and 2 children.
Just 15 minutes from the Quad Cities! From I-88: Take Exit #6 (Joslin), go East 1 mile on Hwy 92 to Joslin, turn right (South) at first street past RR tracks, (290th Street), 3/4 mile to resort. From I-80 West: Take I-88 east to exit 6 and follow instructions above. From I-80 East: Take I-88 east to exit 6 and follow instructions above.
Situated in the heart of the Midwest, Sunset Lakes provides a traditional camping experience in Hillsdale, Illinois. Here campers can set up an RV, including new seasonal sites with concrete pads and patios. You can also stay in one of our fully furnished two bedroom vacation rentals. Cool off in our outdoor swimming pool, or stay active with outdoor recreations like a gem mining sluice, basketball, horseshoes, tennis, updated rolle bolle court, and much more. Our pet-friendly campground also features a new dog park just for your four legged family members. Just 15 minutes away you’ll find local attractions in the Quad Cities along the Mississippi River, including riverboat cruises.
Mississippi River Distilling Company, Figge Art Museum, Antique Archeology (HISTORY's American Pickers), Family Museum of Arts & Science, Silvis Railway Park and Gazebo, Rock Island Arsenal Museum, John Deer Pavilion, Niabi Zoo, Twilight Riverboat Cruise & Crow Creek Park.
One of the best campgrounds I have visited . I started my journey across the USA on April 1st and stayed in 38 rv parks. I travelled the original route 66 from Santa Monica to Chicago. I then decided to explore more of the Midwest states. Beautiful and organized resort with many amenities. The only questions are why the charge of 38.50 when all I needed was a 30 amp hookup. The price range started at 27.50. I arrived solo and had a class B van. If the hot water tank was fixed I would have been ok with the 38.50 charge. No hot water so I was not able to shower. One of the main reasons I choose parks is to have a comfortable shower and toilet amenities as I do not use my porta potty in a small 20 foot promaster van. I also have a hot water tank and shower hose but have to shower outside the van which I would only do if I boondock and have privacy. The other concern was their wifi speed was terrible. I used my personal hotspot and had far better speed. I would not give a bad rating based on these 3 problems so out of a rating of 1-10 with 10 being the highest I take 1/2 point off for bad wifi, 1/2 point of for no hot water and 1 point off for being charged $9 dollars more that the minimum charge listed on the site. so I rate this a 8.5 out of 10.