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Discover Illinois' premier attraction with an Utica vacation home
Starved Rock State Park is a true Illinois gem, and is on your doorstep when you choose Utica for your next vacation.
The regional wine producing scene is well represented at August Hill Winery Tasting Room, where you can taste exquisite wines while lounging on the patio. A wonderful, laid-back atmosphere and regular live music make this a great place to wile away an afternoon.
The Illinois River Winery, just down the road, is also well worth a visit. Following a tasting session, be sure to peruse the art created as part of the wonderful artists' residency program they run.
History with nature
The intriguing artifacts at La Salle County Historical Museum open a window into the past, looking at local life in the 1800s. A surprising number of famous figures and artifacts trace their origins back to this small and serene corner of the world.
Wonder back through time at the Hegeler Carus Mansion in La Salle. Formerly owned by Edward and Camilla Hegeler, this lovingly-preserved house invites visitors to explore its numerous rooms. Concerts are held regularly through summer and are the ideal occasion for a picnic amidst a historic setting.
State parks and historic mines
For an invigorating day in the outdoors, head to Starved Rock State Park, voted Illinois' top visitor attraction. Discover sparkling streams and waterfalls, and even start a canoeing or kayaking trip along the Illinois River from here.
In nearby Matthiessen State Park, you can hop across the various creeks and relax within peaceful forest area. Watch your step as you explore: the tall trees' equally impressive root systems have colonized the forest floor.
Pecumsaugan Creek-Blackball Mines is another stunning local park with a fascinating industrial heritage. Famed for its endangered bats and abandoned limestone mine, it requires a special permit for entry, though this can be obtained easily by applying in advance.
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