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Brooks Catsup Bottle Water Tower
At 170-feet tall, the largest water tower in the world is the Brooks Catsup Bottle in Collinsville. It was built in 1949 to supply water to...
Smiling Water Tower
This colorful water tower is found in the small town of Atlanta, IL. With the cost of $175K this tower was repainted in 2003 as a...
Giant City State Park
Visitors of all ages can enjoy the many hiking trails. Especially popular is the Giant City Nature Trail, home of the "Giant City Streets" - huge...
Salt Kettle Tourist Information Center
The Salt Kettle Tourist Information Center was named after the iron kettle, which was a monument on route 150 until the rest area was built. In...
Fort Massac Tourist Information Center
Fort Massac State Park is Illinois' first State Park. In 1757, French soldiers built a wooden fort at the southern tip of IllinoisBordering the Ohio River....
The Shawnee Hills
Murphysboro is Illinois’ BBQ capital, and on the northern end of the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail. BBQ aficionados have long known the trip to Murphysboro, is...
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