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Weinberg-King State Park
William Creek meanders through this park, providing habitat for an abundance of wildlife. Set in 770 acres of rolling terrain and steep hillsides, Weinberg-King is popular in winter for its cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
The Country Star
This furnished 2-bedroom farm house provides the luxuries of the quiet life, just outside of Nauvoo, IL. Enjoy over 100 acres, pond, walking trails, and even a barn for your horses.
Biggsville's Hotel Lynn
This restored 1902 hotel features four sleeping rooms, kitchen, living room, and meeting rooms with free parking.
Privately-owned restaurant, lounge and bowling alley.
Horse and Buggy Museum
The museum offers agricultural history exhibits and programs from the period 1820-1920 when horses were the man source of power for farming and transportation. With 6000 square feet of display area featuring eight interactive touchscreen kiosks with 80 video clips making Henderson county horse era come alive again. Over 50 equipment pieces are on exhibit.
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.
Twin Oaks Golf Course
This nine-hole golf course offers cart rentals.
Shaw Creek Golf Course
This nine-hole golf course offers a putting green and cart rental.
Kibbe Hancock Museum
The majority of this large collection of historic artifacts was donated by Dr. Alice Kibbe. The collection now includes Civil War and Indian artifacts, fashion items dating from 1840 to 1920, fossils, rocks, and geodes, and other historic artifacts from around Hancock County.
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.
Kibbe Hancock Heritage Museum
The majority of this large collection of historic artifacts were donated by Dr. Alice Kibbe. The collection now includes Civil War and Indian artifacts, fashion items dating from 1840 to 1920, fossils, rocks, geodes, and other historic artifacts from around Hancock County. Recently acquired was the entire collection of the Illinois Funeral Customs Museum; part of which is on exhibit.
Prairie Winds Motel
The Prairie Winds Motel is conveniently located 1 mile west of Carthage, IL on US 136. Clean, comfortable, and affordable, the Prairie Winds Motel has free high speed internet, truck parking and weekly rates available.
Bergman Farm Supply
Bergman Farm Supply store in Carthage specializing in cattle holding and handling equipment, small seeds, livestock supplies, boots and more.
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.
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.
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.
The Wright Place
The Wright Place offers home cooked meals, banquet facilities for up to 130 guests, breakfast served all day along with fresh pies daily. BBQ Ribs and fresh cut ribeye steaks on Fridays.
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.
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.
Vintage, antique, primitive and new furniture, home decor, jewelry and glassware. Located on the South side of the Carthage Square.
The Flower Shop- Java House
The Flower Shop- Java House is located on the North side of the historic Carthage Square. The Flower Shop carries a full array of flowers and gifts for any occasion. The Java House offers coffee, lattes, teas and smoothies in a homey relaxed atmosphere.
Lake Hill Winery
Lake Hill Winery was built, not only to be a winery, but to be a gathering place and have the ability to hold a wide variety of functions. Besides the wine production, there is a tasting room bar, a small gift shop, and two banquet rooms. The first is the barrel room, which holds 100 people. This room is typically booked for smaller events such as reunions, rehearsal dinners, showers, company parties, birthday parties, etc. The other banquet room is the main hall. With two levels, capacity for over 400 people, a 160" TV/projector, and two bars, this room is capable of accommodating almost any event.
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.
Kibbe Hancock Heritage Museum
This impressive collection includes Civil War and Indian artifacts, fashion items circ 1840-1920, fossils, rocks, geodes and other historic Hancock County aritfacts. New to the museum are the Funeral Customs display and the "Lincoln: Making of the Man" display. The majority of the collection was generously donate by Dr. Alice Kibbe.
Gold Hills Golf Club
Rolling hills make up this 18-hole golf course. Carts, a driving range and a putting green are available.
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.
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.
River Park Getaway
A genuine getaway. Perfect river view, charming interior, queen bed & hide a bed couch, sundeck.
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.
La Harpe Historical Society Museum
The museum houses a podium and pew that President Lincoln spoke at in 1858. There is also an area devoted to Charles Duryea, inventor of the gasoline automobile, as well as local artifacts and a genealogy section.
Small, family-owned restaurant and bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Family owned restaurant.
Super 8 - Macomb
Affordable rooms with continental breakfast, cable TV, and large vehicle parking.
47 affordable rooms with free parking and restaurants nearby.
Olson Conference Center (Residence Hall)
Dorm-style housing at very affordable rates.
Western Illinois University Union Motel
Super 8 Motel - Macomb
Super 8 chain.
Western Illinois University Agricultural Department
Explore the Allison Research and Demonstration area, which has historically been farmed without the use of pesticides and limited amounts of commercial fertilizer. The university also has a bull and ram test station.
Museum Of Geology
This museum features earth science displays.
University Art Gallery
This Western Illinois University gallery is dedicated to the study of culture and the arts.
McDonough County Courthouse
This historical courthouse, built in 1872 for $155,000 and still in use today, features its original stone, brick and walnut detail.
Western Illinois Museum
See a regional collection of artifacts, historical documents and memorabilia representing Western Illinois history.
Jackson Street Pub
Pub with pool table.
Aurelio's Pizza - Macomb
Family restaurant with pizza and sandwiches.
Ponderosa Steakhouse - Macomb
Steakhouse includes seafood and buffet.
Red Ox Restaurant
Varied menu featuring steaks, chops and seafood.
Diamond Dave's Mexican Restaurant
Casual Mexican-American dining for the whole family. Enjoy one of the 14 flavors of margaritas.
Vitale's Restaurant & Pizzeria
Italian food and pizza.
Fine dining with Southern flair.
Sullivan Taylor Coffee House
Specializing in flavored coffees, danish and soups.
Lakeview Nature Center
Borders Spring Lake Park and is habitat for deer, turkey, fox, geese, beaver and coyotes. Trails and educational programs offered.
Horn Field Campus
Rustic setting available for retreats, picnics, camps, nature studies or a team course.
Spring Lake Park
Spring Lake Park in Macomb, IL. has three different singletrack trails ranging in intermediate to difficult. At 10 miles in length this park has a nice smattering of everything an adrenaline junky would want. The trails here are tight in some spots with a few ladder bridges, log piles and even a teeter-totter, and the hills just keep coming with jumps that make you feel weightless.
Macomb Park District
12 parks that offer diverse activities. Fishing, picnics, baseball diamonds, volleyball courts, hiking trails and playgrounds.
Ball Fore Family Entertainment Center
All types of family fun. Miniature golfing, driving range, batting cages, ice skating, in-line skating and archery.
Nostalgia Decorating Co.
Fine home interior decorations. China, crystal, Christmas ornaments, cooking ingredients, candles and pictures.
Gold and silver jewelry. Diamonds and assorted ring settings. Fine china and crystal.
No Place Like Home
Country home furnishings. Candles, cooking ingredients, pictures. Enjoy our coffee of the day while you shop.
Engraving by Lin
Engraving plaques, trophies, and name plates.
The Wood Shed
Choose your furniture wood, style, size, and hand mixed color. No particle board. Surprisingly moderate prices.
New Copperfield's Book Service
Adult, youth, and children's books. Special orders available.
Western Illinois University shirts, caps, and sweatshirts. St. Louis Rams Training Camp T-shirts and caps.
Unique clothing for petite, misses, and plus sizes.
Harry Mussatto Golf Course
This scenic 18-hole course has a driving range, putting green and golf cart rentals.
Macomb Country Club
This beautiful 18-hole course offers rental carts and a driving range.
Flatland Summer Jam
Flatland Summer Jam is almost here! The jam-packed event will feature many musicians with headliner being Levi Riggs. Taking place on August 27 in Veteran's Park, come and enjoy the live music from 12 to 10 PM. A bags tournament will also be taking place! To sign up or view the official line up, check out the website at flatlandsummerjam.com.
DCI Marching Band Tour
The Drum Corps International Tour will march it's way to WIU's Hanson Field on August 2. Show time will begin at 7 PM, and tickets will range from $12-$25. To order tickets in advance, and for official prices, please visit dcitickets.showare.com.
Great River Road in Illinois National Scenic Byway
Explore the heart of America! Follow the Mississippi River as it winds its way along Illinois' western border from Galena to Cairo. Experience over 550 miles of small towns, big cities, historic sites, recreational areas, cultural attractions and museums. Follow the green and white paddle wheel signs as they guide your next adventure!
Nauvoo Grand Bed and Breakfast
This turn-of-the-century home has been transformed into Nauvoo's only luxury accommodations, offering the grace and intimacy of Victorian times. Perched on a gentle rise, it is surrounded by vineyards and is across the street from Illinois' oldest winery.
Scenic Country Getaway- 5 minutes from downtown Nauvoo Private room, homecooked breakfast and baked goods.
Nauvoo Vacation Condo's
Enjoy home away from home in the new Nauvoo Vacation condos in historic Nauvoo. Full kitchen and laundry facilities.
Spectacular view of the river, beautiful home with antique furnishings, 2 fireplaces and pianos.
Beautiful Prussian built home, now an elegant bed & breakfast with the original stone & wood floors.
Beautiful landscaped, clean rooms, with cable t.V., Walking distance from Temple Square
Nauvoo Family Motel
Indoor pool & whirlpool; fireplace & jacuzzi suites.
Nauvoo State Park
Offers a timbered nature trail, a small prairie plot, and a quiet fishing lake on its 148 acres.
Baxter's Vineyard and Winery
Baxter’s Vineyards, the oldest winery in the state of Illinois, is a small family-owned winery located in the historic town of Nauvoo, Illinois that features a tasting room, gift shop, and self-guided winery tour, along with an outdoor patio and full service bar. Baxter’s was established in 1857 by Emile and Annette Baxter after the disbandment of the Icarian community at Nauvoo. Today, Baxter’s Vineyards continues as the fifth generation of Baxter’s, co-owners, Kelly and Brenda Logan, grow over seventeen acres of grapes and apples, making approximately 5,000 gallons of wine. Also featured on the property is the Nauvoo Grand Bed & Breakfast, which provides luxury accommodations in a historic Baxter home.
Nauvoo Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The Nauvoo Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was rebuilt in Nauvoo, one of the early settlements of the Mormon people. The structure is 150 ft tall and overlooks the Mississippi River. The temple was reconstructed on the site of the original, which was built between 1841 and 1846. The temple is a beautiful building and a "must-see" when visiting Nauvoo. The interior is not open to visitors, however gardens on the grounds and stunning exterior architecture bring visitors to the top of the bluffs to see the structure.
Covering history from Quashquema to present, visitors will see items of Dr. John Weld, pioneer physician. Rooms of this Greek revival style home circa 1837 feature artifacts covering Nauvoo's long rich history. A 900-piece arrow-head collection, a river history display, pioneer artifacts, copies of Joseph and Hyrum's death masks, 1895 wedding garments, old Nauvoo business artifacts and photos spanning over 100 years of Nauvoo history on display.
Located in the Nauvoo State Park next to the oldest vineyard of Nauvoo, this original brick home highlights an Abraham Lincoln room, quilt room, Icarian room, Victorian parlor, toy and doll antiques, summer kitchen and original underground arched wine cellar. View antiques of local families and churches. Most recent donations are Bibles, a spinning wheel, and the framed Lincoln prints of Lane K. Newberry.
Joseph Smith Historic Site
The Joseph Smith Historic Site retells the story of the Latter Day Saint movement in Nauvoo during the early 1840s. Within the Visitor Center, guests will find original paintings of Nauvoo by David Hyrum Smith as well as other artifacts and information about the city and its people. Guided walking tours begin at the Visitors Center, starting with a short film and continuing through the Smith family's homes.
Nauvoo Family Inn & Suites
Nauvoo Family Inn is a welcoming place. We want you to get the most out of your family vacation or Nauvoo wedding without stressing over your hotel situation. Check out our Rooms page for hotel amenities and room options. From our standard rooms with 2 queen beds, to our fully equipped family suites or bunk rooms; we are sure to accommodate families and groups of any size. We aren't just any old traditional family inn. We also provide an indoor heated swimming pool and additional services such as an on-site restaurant in a country style setting.
Located in Nauvoo's Historic Downtown District the Woodruff Hotel welcomes its guests into the original 1871 Temple House building. Recognized in the National Registry of Historic Places, and standing high among the city's revered landmarks, this special Nauvoo hotel is named after one of Nauvoo's early distinguished and beloved residents. . . Wilford Woodruff.
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 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.
Nauvoo Dairy Sweet RV Park
The RV Park and Campground is a seasonal RV park and campground featuring 28 pull-through RV sites, tent sites, free WiFi and showers, laundry facilities and Peter’s Place, a full service restaurant.
Nauvoo Log Cabins
Capture the Spirit of Pioneering in a Log Cabin! Choose from state of the art new cabins or feel the history and listen to the stories from the rustic old logs in an authentic hand hewn Pioneer Log Cabin home. These cabins will capture your heart and kindle your spirit.
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.
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.
The Outdoor Stage is an outside venue for a wide variety of shows and performances in beautiful Nauvoo.
Nauvoo Vacation Properties
Nauvoo Vacation Rentals is a division of Nauvoo Property Services, LLC. We have been renting homes in Nauvoo since 2002. Our goal is to offer accommodations in and around Nauvoo which provide guests with a home away from home. The homes are completely furnished and include comfortable beds with all the bedding and linens provided. Some also feature sofa sleepers, futons or spare beds for additional guests. Fully equipped kitchens provide refrigerator, stove, oven and microwave allowing you to prepare meals and snacks. See each location's description for details regarding furnishings and amenities. Our goal is to provide you with all the conveniences of home during your stay in Nauvoo, however, all locations are smoke-free and pets are not permitted.
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.
Location, location, location! You can't stay closer to the Nauvoo Temple than at the Hart House, across the street from the temple! This location has an unobstructed view of the temple, in addition to a panoramic view of the Mississippi River.
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.
Hyrum Kimball Village
The Hyrum Kimball Village is comprised of both historic and new homes. Some of these homes have identical floor plans comprised of 2,690 square feet and sleep twenty-plus guests. Each home has five bedrooms and six full bathrooms between the three levels. The two story great room with living area, dining area and large windows provide an excellent view of the pavilion and recreation area. Each home is fully furnished and tastefully decorated.