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Located in the heart of a large trail system called The One Horse Gap Area. Surrounded by mile after mile of the magnificent Shawnee National Forest with new and improved trails that are well marked. We border Shawnee National Forest on all four sides; ride right out of camp into the forest. Whether you enjoy horseback riding, hiking, fishing, hunting or just relaxing, come make your own memories at TK Ranch, LLC.
No matter the time of year, the Wagon Creek Lodge on Lake of Egypt in stunning Southern Illinois is the perfect retreat. Whether for your boating, fishing or hunting trip, family vacation, girls’ or boys’ get-a-way, or that much needed romantic weekend, Wagon Creek Lodge offers the ideal accommodations. Nestled among mature trees on over 103 feet of scenic shoreline, this well-equipped, modern rustic, A-frame home offers a perfect memory-creating experience expected by today’s travelers. Excellent location (minutes away from I-57 and I-24), the sense of serenity amongst the wooded Shawnee National Forest, and a covered dock to house your boat, this pet-friendly lodge welcomes your entire tribe with open arms. A guest cabin with a full bath and bedroom is also located on-site for larger groups or separately available for the adventurous or budget-conscious lodger.
Nestled in the uplands of the Shawnee National Forest, supports mature oak-hickory woods, river bottom forests, young forests and old field habitats. More than 530 types of plants, including a rich variety of wildflowers and 20 types of ferns. 10 walking paths give access to the area.
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.