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Beautiful Prussian built home, now an elegant bed & breakfast with the original stone & wood floors.
Adams County Fair
Held annually at the Mendon Fairgrounds outside of Quincy, IL. 2014 dates are from July 29-Aug 4th. For more information, contact the office at 217-936-2230. The County Fair includes a carnival, grandstand events, and horse shows every day. Livestock exhibitors and domestic arts exhibits. Admission: $7 Thurs, Fri, Sun, & Tues. $10 Sat, Mon, & Wed.
Arabian Woods Horse Farm
Showcasing Arabians, and colorful half-Arabians, the farm is a friendly site dedicated to well-rounded horsemanship for all ages. Tours and tutorial camps available by appointment.
Argyle Lake State Park
Find serenity at this beautiful 1700-acre wooded park situated along an old stagecoach route between Galena and Beardstown. Featuring 95-acre Argyle Lake, the park is home to countless beaver dams and more than 200 bird species and 5 miles of hiking and biking trails.
The Barnett Bungalow, is a quaint, early 1900's home just over two blocks from the temple! With central heat and air conditioning it features a living room with queen-size sofa sleeper, love seat, TV with VCR and DVD, book shelf with early LDS and Nauvoo history, including LDS videos, and Nauvoo framed art. The completely remodeled kitchen has all new cabinets, counter-top and appliances, including full size refrigerator, range and oven, microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal, toaster, and all the utensils and dishware for twelve. There is comfortable wall-to-wall carpeting in the living room and two bedrooms on the main floor, each with queen size beds. The dining room has a hardwood floor, with oak dining table and chairs for six, in addition to the drop-leaf kitchen table which seats four. The large main floor bathroom has a shower/tub combination, and vanity, in addition to the laundry behind bi-fold doors. Up the carpeted stairs to the children’s quarters, an attic great room with cable TV, full-size futon and four twin beds, plus a new bathroom with a shower/tub combination. Two cots and sleeping bags available for kids, plus a port-a-crib, if needed. Sleeps 12-14 people depending on age. All linens and towels are provided, plus a washer and dryer are available for guests use. Close to everything in town...walk to groceries, restaurants, shopping and the temple.
Baxter's Vineyard & Winery
Baxter’s Vineyards, the oldest winery in the state of Illinois, is a small family winery located in the historic town of Nauvoo, Illinois. The winery was established in 1857 by Emile and Annette Baxter. Today, Baxter’s Vineyards continues within the same family with co-owners, Kelly and Brenda Logan. Kelly is a part of the fifth generation of Baxter’s to grow grapes and apples and make wine in historic Nauvoo.
Baxter's Vineyard and Winery
Baxter's Winery is the oldest winery in Illinois. Homemade arts and crafts, wine tastings, Carol's Pies and tours are available at Baxter's.
Bergman Farm Supply
Bergman Farm Supply store in Carthage specializing in cattle holding and handling equipment, small seeds, livestock supplies, boots and more.
Birck House Nauvoo
A stately home within minutes from Downtown Nauvoo. Home is fully furnished and able to accommodate up to 18 guests. Close to all attractions in Nauvoo including LDS historical sites, Nauvoo Temple, and Nauvoo State Park.
Biz's Cabin by the River
Biz’s cabin by the river is a clean, simple accomodation with all of the conveniences of home. With a large yard that borders the Mississippi River, children will find plenty of room to run and play while you sit on the patio enjoying the river view. You will find yourself within easy traveling distance of several locations which provide history, entertainment, learning, and shopping. The cabin is just 2 miles from Nauvoo, IL, 5 miles from Great River Road Golf Course, 10 miles from Keokuk, IA, 20 miles from Carthage, IL and 45 miles from Macomb, IL. (home of Western Illinois University)
Blandin House Museum
This two-story brick home, owned by town founder Joseph Blandin, is said to have been visited by Abraham Lincoln during his 1858 campaign against Stephen Douglas. The museum features artifacts from Blandinsville's rich history.
Bootiful Nauvoo Pumpkin Walk
Over 500 hand-carved jack-o-lanterns will line the historic Mulholland Street in Nauvoo. Other activities include a haunted house, food vendors, entertainment, and fortune tellers. Event begins at dusk. Website: www.beautifulnauvoo.com Contact: Durell Nelson
Camp Nauvoo is a great place to stay for your visit to Historic Nauvoo. They are situated on the Mississippi River bluff on 30 acres of land - plenty of space. They are located just 1.2 miles from the historic area of Nauvoo and 1.4 miles from the LDS Temple. Camp Nauvoo is ideal for church youth gatherings, family reunions, weddings, RVing, retreats, tenting and many other activities.
The Carthage Jail was the site of the martyrdom of Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum on June 27, 1844. Joseph and Hyrum with two companions were imprisoned here. A mob broke into the jail and killed them and injured severly one of their companions. Today the restored jail and visitors center and memorial gardens are open to visitors daily.
Carthage Jail & Visitor's Center
Built of native yellow limestome from 1839-1841, this was the site where Mormon leader, Joseph Smith Jr. and his brother were killed by an angry mob on June 27, 1844, resulting in the Mormons' famous trek west that led to the founding of Salt Lake City, UT.
Charles Hales Home
The Charles Hales Home is a historic Mormon pioneer home with modern amenities in the Hyrum Kimball Village, perfect for your family vacation to Nauvoo. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with a king bed, and a large king bedroom across the hall. Also on the first floor is a full kitchen, dining room, great room/family room and a full bathroom. This floor has a vaulted ceiling above the great room and dining room area with a grand staircase to the second floor loft (with queen size sofa sleeper). The back of the home is open and airy with two story windows that bathe the home with light. The second floor has two king bedrooms and one queen bedroom. In the hall are two full bathrooms with sinks in a vanity. The basement has a full laundry room with washer and dryer.
Country Pastimes offers a wide range of gifts for all ages. Whether you're searching for the perfect birthday surprise or a memorable wedding gift. A vast array of choices can be found with seasonal merchandise and new products daily make Country Pastimes a unique destination for all.
Crooked Creek Gallery
Crooked Creek Gallery is located in the old Sheriff's home and jail built in 1865. The past Home of cattle rustlers and horse thieves now houses fine art, jewelry, paintings and photography. Jail tours are also available.
Deseret Heritage Manor
Deseret Heritage Manor is a 5 bedroom, 6 bath vacation home conveniently located in the quiet neighborhood of the Hyrum Kimball Village. It will sleep 20 comfortably. It also has a crib for the little ones. It has access to a picnic pavilion (available for day rental) which makes is doubly desirable for reunions & family gatherings. There is a old wagon bench off of the back porch so you can “sit a spell” and watch the fireflies or just enjoy the sounds of Nauvoo. This home has a very spacious living & dining area with a large table & plenty of room for all. The main floor has 2 bedrooms, a king bed suite with a walk in closet and bathroom and a large bedroom with 2 queen beds & huge closet. The kitchen and dining area provide all you appliances & kitchen needs with lots of seating. There is a 40 inch HD TV with DVD player & DVDs for some “quiet time” at home. There is a bathroom with shower with handicap access located on the main floor. There are three bedrooms on the second floor, a queen size bed with a closet, a king bed suite with walk in closet and bathroom and a family bedroom with a queen size bed and two sets of bunk beds (this bedroom will sleep 6). There are 2 bathrooms with tub/shower combo and double sinks off the hall. There is also a loft with a sitting area with a couch, chair & writing desk. The basement has a game room complete with foosball table, air hockey table, big screen TV with DVD player & a futon for lounging. A sleeping area with 4 twin beds and a bathroom with a walk in shower complete the basement living space. The laundry room is complete with washer and dryer for guest use. The home is a geo thermal heating & cooling system and ceiling fans in all bedrooms for your comfort summer & winter. There is ample off street parking for 6 vehicles.
Vintage, antique, primitive and new furniture, home decor, jewelry and glassware. Located on the South side of the Carthage Square.
Whether you stop by after work to join in on the banter around the "u" shaped bar or come for breakfast, lunch or dinner you are sure to enjoy your time at the Double Deuce located in Carthage. Serving home cooked meals daily with affordable prices and a wide variety of menu options to please any appetite.
Located right on the Mississippi just four miles south of the Historic Nauvoo Temple. Enjoy a quiet, peaceful setting while being transported back in time to the 1840's. All cottages are decorated by a professional interior designer to make you feel at home. Country French decor with a natural setting makes it the best place to stay in Nauvoo.
Ferris Feedlot Cafe
The Ferris Feedlot Cafe is located just 4 miles north of Carthage, IL. Dining, catering and banquet rooms are available, along with great daily specials. Every Sunday enjoy the bruch buffet at the Ferris Feedlot Cafe.
Fitz Randolph House Inn
This brick Italianate style home was built by Dr. James (Fitz) Randolph in 1873. Dr. Randolph was a medical doctor and then entered the mercantile business. He was a state legislator and on the board of Trustees of Carthage College. Unfortunately he died shortly after the home was completed and his wife was forced to take in washing and rent rooms in order to retain ownership of her home. The second owner, Mary Alice Curts-Black purchased the home in 1894 and did an extensive renovation including adding the porches. Ernest Coeur was the third owner (1943) followed by his son, Dr. James Coeur (1973) who did additional updates. Karol and Steve Carr purchased the home in 2007 and established Fitz Randolph House Inn as a Bed and Breakfast in 2008 after major renovations. The home now features 5 guest suites in addition to the two parlors, dining room, reception room and owners' suite.