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Horn Valley Whitetail Lodge
Rural setting, enjoyable for hunters visiting Pike County.
Annual Barry Apple Festival
Over 50,000 people join this quaint historic town to celebrate the apple industry. Old-time crafts, specialty food, entertainment, a car show, and a parade are highlights of the weekend of festivities.
Collver Family Winery
Family-owned winery that features unique wines, great food, and hilarious dinner theater productions.
Smokin' Gun Hunting Lodge
Lodge featues seating for 150 Tables and chairs furnished, 3 Beds in 5 rooms, a nice attached breeze way for evening relaxing, charcoal grills big enough for 20 steaks and a 47" flat screen TV
Sprague's Kinderhook Lodge
Sprague's Kinderhook lodge is perfect for hunting parties, business meetings, or retreats. Home-cooked meals along with large meeting rooms, nestled in the heart of hunting and recreational opportunities in Pike County.
Ray Norbut State Fish and Wildlife Area
With nearly 1,100 of its 1,380 acres primarily composed of oak and hickory stands, this area offers exceptional habitat for deer and squirrel, and is a good hunting area as well. In the winter, sight-seers ofter spot bald eagles along the Illinois River.
Railsplitter Inn Motel
Small quiet mom & pop motel, with singles, doubles, and suites, complete with kitchens, and laundry facilites.
A wonderful location for an overnight or weekend stay. Well-suited for retreats, small weddings, bridal and baby showers, or family reunions. Hunters welcome. Also a wonderful place for families home for the holidays. Rates include use of entire home.
Wagon Hound Ranch
For a quiet country getaway, visit the Wagon Hound Ranch, built in 2001. Enjoy fishing, hiking, and hunting on this 200-acre farm. Hot tub, handicap accessible, no drinking, smoking or pets allowed.
Everything homemade daily including breads, pies, specials, cajun steaks and special omelettes.
Baytown Guest House
This guest house sleeps six and includes a full kitchen, living room, two bedrooms, washer/dryer, central AC, TV, and the deck overlooks the bay of Mississippi River. Two night minimum charge.
4 The Sport
Accomodations year-round, can sleep 8 with kitchen.
Harpole's Heartland Lodge
Located in the beautiful rolling hills overlooking the Mississippi River. Hay rack ride and bonfire activites are included in lodge rates as well as 2 meals a day per person.
The only Orvis endorsed lodge in the state provides excellent hunting or relaxing getaways in the hils of Pike County. Enjoy ATV rentals, hiking trails, horseback riding, and outstanding home cooked meals daily.
Thomas Benton Gray House Bed and Breakfast
Two-story, post Victorian home built in 1886 near New Salem by Mr. Gray as his family residence. It is a historic Illinois Centennial Farm rich in family history and tradition.
CITY: New Salem
Hammitt's Lakeview Cottages
Two-bedroom cottages with kitchens, living rooms, bath and shower, AC, TV, and microwave.
Sue Cox Guesthouse
Guest house in a quiet, comfortable, rural setting. Two bedrooms sleep 4 comfortably. House furnished with all new items.
Unique rural setting in Pike County, Illinois.
Bert's Westside Flat
Located in a scenic rural setting, these accomodations in Pittsfield, are the perfects starting point to explore Western Illinois.
Old Florence Hotel Guest House & Camping
Built in 1850 and retored in 2003, this three story brick building overlooks the Illinois river.
Pine Lakes Resort
2 bedroom, 1 bath cottages are set along our beautiful 45 acre lake. Enjoy free fishing (no license required), beach swimming, hiking, boat rentals, golf cart rentals, hayrides, playgrounds, planned activites, and more.
Abe Lincoln's Talking House Driving Tour
Tune your vehicle's radio to 1650 AM or 1620 AM and listen to the history behind 14 homes in Pittsfield that have a connection to Abe Lincoln. Front yard signs also explain each home's historical significance.
Red Dome Inn
Casual dining in the heart of Pittsfield, with daily specials. Banquet room and wine shop.
Pike County Fall Color Drive
Join in the country fall fun with scenic drives, local attractions, Lincoln and Civil War history, regional food specialties, crafts, and beautiful colors signifying the changing season.