Welcome New Park: O'Connell's Campground in Amboy, Illinois
O'Connell's RV Campground in Amboy continues to draw families to the Sauk Valley by providing great fun and the opportunity to reconnect in a relaxing outdoor environment. An Illinois campground located just 90 miles west of Chicago and 80 miles east of the Quad Cities, O'Connell's RV Campground is both convenient and inviting. At O'Connell's, they work hard to be the best campground in Illinois offering fun that the whole family can enjoy. Grab your bathing suit and bring the entire family to one of the 3 pools and 2 waterslides or let the kids play in the arcade. With the most games of any campground in or around Illinois, the fun never stops at O'Connell's RV Campground! The campground features an award-winning themed activity program geared to all ages. Imagine a game of soccer, then a sing-a-long on a hayride, and candy bar bingo in the afternoon. At O'Connell's RV Campground, there's never a dull moment! The onsite activity program is what keeps the campers coming back year after year, and creates a lifetime of memories while staying at the campground. Park your car, stash your keys and come enjoy the beauty of nature and the variety of activities at O'Connell's RV Campground.
Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home - From this House to the White House
Experience the presidential legacy of one of America’s most influential and beloved presidents. Tour the boyhood Home of the 40th U.S. President, Ronald Wilson Reagan. Enjoy a pictoral history of Reagan's life in the Visitors Center, browse the gift shop and enjoy a short DVD before the tour begins. Once in the Boyhood Home one of the knowledgable volunteers will guide you through the rooms where Ronald Reagan spent his childhood years. Enjoy the stories of Reagan's life in Dixon, IL as you visit each room in the home, walking in the same footsteps that Ronald Reagan did as a child and also as President when he visited the home in 1984. Don't forget to pay Bessy, the Home's Ford Model T a visit as well. Reminiscent of a car similar to one the Reagan's might have had, this ol' girl has been restored as well. The Reagan Home welcomes individuals and families on a daily basis from April 1 - Oct. 31.