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Campbell Illinois Whitetails
Guests are welcomed into the comfortable rustic atmosphere of the hunting lodge. It has the accommodation for 9 with all the amenities of home.
6 cottage-style rooms, rv hook-ups, truck parking, kennel nearby
Shawnee Chief Motel
This mom and pop motel has been family owned since 1958 and offers the traveler relaxing accommodations close to the scenic Ohio River and the Shawnee National Forest. Nineteen units plus six efficiency are available.
Innstead Bed and Breakfast
Early 20th century farm house located within walking distance to historic McCoy Library with one of the oldest genealogy collections in the midwest.
Modern motel, built in 2000, with king and queen beds, indoor pool, continental breakfast, tourism information and more. Only minutes from Garden of the Gods Rec. Area and Shawnee Nat'l Forest.
The Thomas House Bed & Breakfast
Country setting with a view of Shawnee National Forest. Guests have access to the whole house. Children welcome. Basement games, outdoor enjoyment, full breakfast on sun porch, common room with fireplace, pool table, and private jogging road.
Located in three historic structures covering 2/3rds of the city block, two blocks west of the public square on Route 13.
Super 8 - Harrisburg
Hot tub- suites available free continental breakfast- non smoking & handicapped rooms available.
Economy Inn & Suites
Well established, friendly hometown motel. Queen beds, specials, kids free under 12, free coffee and tourism information. Close to Shawnee National Forest and Garden of Gods Recreation Area.
Williams Hill Pass
The bunkhouse cabins accommodate four people. Each cabin includes heat, air-conditioning, electricity, table and chairs, a full bed bunk bed and linens. Picnic tables and fire rings are provided outside the cabins for meal preparation. Showers and bathrooms are located in the air conditioned shower house at the Welcome Center. Williams Hill Pass is a family-oriented OHV park located between Mitchellville and Rudement just off Illinois Route 34 in southern Saline County on the north slope of Williams Hill, the highest point in Southern Illinois.