Wildlife Prairie State Park

Address: 3826 N. Taylor Rd., Peoria, Illinois, 61536, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on 3826 N. Taylor Rd., Peoria, is near Wildlife Prairie State Park and WeaverRidge Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Peoria

    And we're off

    A travel blog entry by joshxles on May 29, 2015

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    So we headed out today. A bit later than we wanted but we're rolling with it this trip. Ran into rain in Illinois and luckily were able to secure a cabin at the campground so we won't have to pitch our tent in the rain or worry so much about ...

    Ominous skies!

    A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 14, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a cheese factory on a dairy farm and also White Oak Winery. We ate lunch at the little cafe in Carlock and I was very good. There are still showers today and the skies look pretty ominous. We will be leaving in the morning and heading down I55 toward St ...

    Amish in Illinois

    A travel blog entry by schroederd on Oct 13, 2014

    19 photos

    It was sprinkling this morning, but we decided to drive down to Amish Country in Arthur and Arcola, Illinois.  Found out that the man who developed The Raggedy Ann and Andy Dolls was from Arcola.  It also is the corn broom capital of the US.  We found the Amish community and was just amazed at all the buggy traffic in the area.  Saw an Amish school with all the beautiful little children.  ...

    Flight Status: Canceled???

    A travel blog entry by drewscott on Jun 09, 2011

    3 comments

    Today begins my journey back to China! Hopefully those of you that followed my blog last summer in Beijing will find this journey just as interesting. I'm participating in a program sponsored by the US Department of State called the Critical Language Scholarship. This program pays for US students to travel to foreign countries to study 13 languages that have been deemed "critical" -- one of which is Mandarin. More info at ...

    Cultural Opportunity- Film

    A travel blog entry by thayden on Jul 27, 2010

    For my film cultural opportunity I decided to watch Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. This was a movie about the reporter/journalist Raoul Duke. I had never heard of this journalist before watching the movie. The impression I got was this man is crazy. In my opinion, the movie wasn't that great, but it did have its high points. The reason that I chose to watch this particular movie from ...