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The Wabash Valley Wine Trail is made up of five wineries located in the southeastern part of the state. Visitors to this area can enjoy the scenic Wabash River Valley, historic towns, and quaint bed and breakfasts.
Find pumpkins, gourds, ornamental corn, squash, hayrides, hay mazes, a beanbag toss, corn maze, gold mine, choo-choo train and many other family attractions.
The Albion Bowling center features automatic scoring and league as well as open bowling throughout the week.
Use-by-reservation facility: 1850's pioneer homestead living history site, teams course programs, special events, picnic shelter rentals including fishing, canoeing, hayrides, and hiking trails.
This memorial commemorates the crossing of the Lincoln Family from Indiana to Illinois in early March of 1830.
Located on Rt. 50 between Lawrenceville and Olney, this State Park features fishing, boating, hunting, hiking, horse trails and camping in a semi-secluded setting. This 950-acre site offers wooded hills, picturesque meadows, nature areas and an abundance of wildlife.
Listed in the United States Register of Natural Landmarks as the "Forest of the Wabash," this state park supports 64 species of trees within its 635 acres. Several miles of scenic nature trails start at the new Visitor Center.
The 9-hole Lawrence County Country Club in Lawrenceville, IL is a semi-private golf course that opened in 1915. Designed by Tom Bendelow, Lawrence County Country Club measures 6373 yards from the longest tees. The course features 2 sets of tees for different skill levels.
This 18-hole golf course is located adjacent to a beautiful city park, and offers tee times for non-members.
Located 6 miles South of Mt. Carmel on Illinois Rt. 1, Beall woods contains one of the oldest dedicated nature preserves in Illinois. The "Forest of the Wabash" contains the largest single tract of untouched deciduous forest in the U.S.
Located 6 miles south of Mt. Carmel, this park features walking trails through what's been called the Forest of the Wabash. Tent camping is allowed, along with fishing.
Features over 2000 acres of prime hunting south of Grayville, in White County.