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Jubilee College State Park

13921 W Rt 150    Brimfield  ILLINOIS  US  61517    (309)446-3758 13921 W Rt 150,  Brimfield, ILLINOIS, 61517

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  • 40.817083,-89.774972

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pietandsue

November 30,2010

We camp here every year at least a couple times,and we like it alot.The sites are spaced apart great,not ontop of each other.Plenty of trails and wildlife.The host's are always nice and helpfull.Pets are welcome just follow the rules.The fishing lake is down a nice trail and i have caught a few nice Bass and Catfish.The only neg i can think of is that some of the backin spot are not level at all,so pick your spot wisely.But knowing you are going to a Stae Park with limited services,this place is wonderful.NOTE:there is a nice winery nearby too,watch for the signs when you exit off highway.

Gazza n Girls

November 01,2008

Had to jump on here and offer some corrections to this listing. First of all, pets are allowed if they are on a leash and controlled. The map dot in this listing's Google map is close but outside the park. The Campground is inside Jubilee College State Park, off of Rte 150. These coordinates will get you close enough - N 40° 49.452 W 089° 48.750. The is a campground dedicated to equestrian pursuits on the "north" side of the park off of W Brimfield-Jubilee Rd. Just a little norht of these coordinates - N 40° 50.347 W 089° 48.387. This is a great place to just get away. Nothing fancy, developed just enough for comfort, no attractions other than the great outdoors and deer on the edge of the fields. There's a pond near the campground for those who like to wet a line - bass, channel cat, panfish. The park has a week's worth of trails to explore that will take you through a wide variety of Illinois habitats. Outstanding birdwatching. The campground hosts are always friendly, unless you don't follow the rules (standard to all IDNR campgrounds). a small playground in the center of the campground for the kids when they aren't trying to catch grasshoppers, butterflies, and frogs (best spot for frogs is the small, shallow pond by the bathhouse). We've tented, pop-upped, and trailered here. Never been disappointed. No reservations makes it challenging to get a group together.

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