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Nauvoo Fudge Factory
Based on traditions of candy makers on Mackinac Island in northern Michigan, R. Spencer Pratt’s Fudge Factory brings the same quality and delicious taste to the shores of the Mississippi River. Conveniently located in uptown Nauvoo, the Fudge Factory offers everyone a unique look at the old fashioned methods used to produce fine candies in days gone by. Because we are a small family business, our “factory” consists of making our fudge one batch at a time, using only the freshest and best ingredients available. No artificial flavors or preservatives are used in the process. Each batch is made the ‘old-fashioned’ way by cooking it in a copper kettle (we have no machines or automatic equipment. The cooked fudge is poured onto a cold marble table, then at just the right time it is stirred and worked around the table to make it extra creamy as it cools. Durell & Kathy Nelson have been residents of Nauvoo for more than 30 years. They have owned the Fudge Factory since 1999. “We are happy to be part of the Nauvoo Community. We love the spirit of Nauvoo and appreciate the friends we have in this wonderful city. Owning the Fudge Factory has made it possible for us to be more involved in the Community, as well as meeting many new friends who visit Nauvoo each year.”
Nauvoo Mill & Bakery
We’re millers and bakers of whole wheat products. We grind our own grain for use in our baked from scratch wheat breads and rolls. Choose one of these to complement our fresh lean deli meats for a tasty sandwich. Add a side (salad or soup in season) and a scrumptious dessert. We have a delicious selection of hot sandwiches too. Check out our menu! While dining at the Nauvoo Mill & Bakery, be sure to browse our shelves of jams, jellies, preserves, syrups, and flour mixes. We also have no sugar added preserves and syrups for special diets. And no visit would be complete until you have a butter sorghum cookie from our cookie jar, just like grandmas!
Great River Road Run
We offer a half marathon walk/run, 5K walk/run a 10K walk/run as well as a 13.1 and 55 mile bike ride. The race begins in Hamilton, Illinois, travels along the mighty Mississippi and ends in Nauvoo, Illinois at the state park. The Great River Road Run is one of the most scenic sport races in America and the proceeds benefit the Hancock County, Illinois Food Pantries.
Blossom White Bed and Breakfast
The Blossom White B & B located on a wooded property in Nauvoo, IL hosts an all adult getaway, offering 4 rooms for adults 18 and over. Enjoy only organic, homemade meals. Serving each evening a homemade dessert and hot chocolate refreshment. An all hot breakfast is served each day along with dinner packages available. Guests will enjoy the onsite library, three season room and all en-suite rooms.
M & M Shrimp Shack, LLC.
Locally raised fresh shrimp at the largest indoor facility in Illinois. M & M Shrimp Shack is open Saturday's 9am-1pm. Visit www.shrimpshack.com for more information.
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.
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)
Mississippi Valley Wine Trail
The Mississippi Valley Wine Trail, bordering the western region of the fertile lands of Illinois along the expansive Mississippi River. Each of the five wineries are family-owned and operated, some fifth generation and some first. Each holds its own unique story, with origins dating from 1857 to 2012.
Ten Acre Treehouses
Whimsical treehouse village for nightly rentals. Spend a relaxing, quiet night in a treehouse on 10 acres of secluded timber! Experience outdoor showers from the porch, Kitchenette, Wifi,pets welcome. Two treehouses available, 220 sq. ft Whitetail cabin sleeps 2-4, the Captains Quarters 400 sq. ft. sleeps 4-6. To book or look at availability visit www.vrbo.com. The most unique lodging in Western Illinois.
Small, family-owned restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
White House Inn
This beautifully restored 1860s home offers four rooms, a full kitchen, a hot tub and the convenience of walking distance to everything in beautiful Nauvoo.
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.
Lewis Seed Company
The Lewis Seed Company presents seed processing and sales operations during group tours.
Wispering Oaks Campground
Enjoy camping close to Nauvoo & Quincy. Swimming & fishing at an affordable price.
The winding walnut staircase leads you to the eight beautifully restored guest rooms. Two suites have ample room for the entire family. Six others with queen or full size beds. Enjoy all the modern luxuries in historic ambiance. All rooms feature private bath, phone, cable TV, and free wireless Internet access. The Hotel Nauvoo is located in the heart of all of Nauvoo's attractions; within one block from Nauvoo's city park and walking distance from downtown shops, historic Nauvoo, and Nauvoo's Temple Square. The Hotel is also only a short walk from the Nauvoo Pageant. There is plenty of off street parking and all rooms are non-smoking, AAA approved, comfortable, and extra clean. We have a hospitality area, and use the highest quality mattresses to help ensure a good night's sleep.
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.
Bergman Farm Supply
Bergman Farm Supply store in Carthage specializing in cattle holding and handling equipment, small seeds, livestock supplies, boots and more.
The historic Wood Inn has been in operation under the same name since 1891. Now the main attraction besides the great food is the famous "wood chips." They are also known for great burgers, tenderloins and steaks. Located just off the NW corner of the square in Carthage.
Willard Richards Inn
People that come to Nauvoo looking for a unique experience stay at the Willard Richards Inn. Instead of simply visiting the historic sites, stay in one and make the whole experience more memorable. The Willard Richards Inn is located in the heart of the Historic District of Nauvoo, boasting beautiful views of the Nauvoo Temple and only steps away from the Nauvoo Pageant.
11 room motel in Nauvoo, IL. Close to all Nauvoo attractions.
Family owned restaurant.
Ursa Creek Lodge
Perfect place to meet for a company retreat, family gathering or to celebrate a bride or mother to be. Relax in front of the hand crafted fireplace or sit outside and let the sounds of nature take you away. Enjoy the beautiful lodge, scenery and activities Ursa and the surrounding area has to offer.
The historic Hotel Nauvoo inn and restaurant, operated for four generations by the Kraus family, houses artfully appointed guest rooms in the style of the approximately 170 year-old building without sparing any modern convenience. This famous building dates back to the Mormon period of Nauvoo history, built in part by J. J. Brendt, a Latter Day Saint, and completed by Adam Swartz, a German immigrant. Historic Hotel Nauvoo is located in the heart of Nauvoo's attractions. We are only one block from Nauvoo's Temple Square in an ideal location amidst the quaint Nauvoo shops that will allow you to spend time enjoying the simpler things in life. Overnight room guests receive a 25% breakfast discount at their Grandpa John's Cafe. Tour the more than forty recreated historic sites and wander down to the Nauvoo Historical Society Weld House Museum for an overview of area history.