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Starved Rock State Park: An escape from the city

Starved Rock State Park may only be 100 miles from Chicago, but it is a world away from the bustling and noisy city. Situated on the Illinois River, the park is famous for its fishing and water sports, as well as its scenic canyons and waterfalls. You can stay in Starved Rock State Park cabins if you want to enjoy a peaceful and cosy getaway from city life.

Places to Stay Near to Starved Rock State Park

Villa Starved Rock State Park
Apr 20 - Apr 27
$134 per night
Villa ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Villa in North Utica with Patio & Yard

4.9
Outstanding (144 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Villa Starved Rock State Park
May 11 - May 18
-34%
$246
$163 per night
Villa ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Pleasant Villa in North Utica with Private Balcony

4.8
Outstanding (123 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Cabin Starved Rock State Park
May 2 - May 9
$116 per night
Cabin ∙ 7 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Rustic Cabin in Oglesby with Patio, Grill & Pool

4.8
Outstanding (114 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Best hiking trails in Starved Rock State Park

Best hiking trails in Starved Rock State Park

It may be tempting to spend all your time relaxing in your Starved Rock State Park cabins but there is so much to see and do. The park features 13 miles of hiking trails and 18 canyons, many of which feature spectacular waterfalls. You can follow the paths yourself, or take a guided hike with a local ranger to learn more about the area's natural history as you walk.

  • 1. Illinois Canyon

    The five-mile trail from the visitor center to Illinois Canyon is completely natural - no man-made paths or steps to help you on your way. Wait for wet weather before you make this hike, as the waterfall in this canyon only appears after rainfall.

  • 2. LaSalle Canyon

    The hike to LaSalle Canyon is as popular in the winter as it is in summer; when the weather gets colder, this canyon's pretty waterfall often freezes and becomes an icefall!

  • 3. Lover's Leap

    Take the steep staircase from the visitor center to the Lover's Leap viewpoint, overlooking the Illinois River and much of Starved Rock State Park. The rocky outcrop is named for a local legend about the doomed love affair between two members of rival Indian tribes.

Great Places to Stay Near Starved Rock State Park

House Starved Rock State Park
Apr 20 - Apr 27
-42%
$270
$156 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Family Friendly Beautiful House in North Utica with Private Balcony + Deck Views

4.8
Outstanding (111 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Villa Starved Rock State Park
Aug 17 - Aug 24
$156 per night
Villa ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Beautiful Villa in Oglesby with Yard & Patio

5.0
Outstanding (157 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Villa Starved Rock State Park
Jul 29 - Aug 5
$159 per night
Villa ∙ 9 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Beautiful Villa in North Utica with Yard, Patio & Jacuzzi + Serene Views

4.5
Excellent (4 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Best family activities in Starved Rock State Park

Best family activities in Starved Rock State Park

While many of the hiking trails are suitable for little legs, there are lots of other activities that families and children of all ages can enjoy while staying in Starved Rock State Park hotels.

  • 1. Trolley Tour

    Rest your legs and take a tour of Starved Rock State Park on a historic trolley car. Themed tours are available at different times of the year, such as the Eagle Tour in winter and Fall Colors tour in autumn.

  • 2. Horseback riding

    Many of the Starved Rock State Park trails are suitable for horseback riding; a relaxing and unusual way to explore the canyons and waterfalls in the park.

  • 3. Illinois River

    The Illinois River itself is another great way to explore Starved Rock State Park. Older children and teenagers will love the excitement of a rafting trip on the water, or you can hire kayaks and canoes if you want to travel at your own pace.

Top Lodging Near Starved Rock State Park

Villa Starved Rock State Park
Mar 29 - Apr 5
$124 per night
Villa ∙ 8 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Villa in North Utica with Patio & Pool

4.9
Outstanding (301 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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House Starved Rock State Park
Aug 5 - Aug 12
$134 per night
House ∙ 9 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Wonderful Vacation Home in North Utica + Park View

4.9
Outstanding (60 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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Cabin Starved Rock State Park
Aug 2 - Aug 9
$176 per night
Cabin ∙ 9 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cabin in Oglesby with Facilitiesfree Parking

4.7
Excellent (23 ratings)
Starved Rock State Park, LaSalle County, Illinois, United States
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