We had a GREAT weekend at Rock Cut! Sites were big, lots of great walking paths, friendly staff! Bathrooms could use some love but you’re camping... I don’t usually expect luxury bathrooms at a stare campground! Can’t wait to go back!
Being from Texas visiting Illinois Im used to camping in areas where nature dominates. Well this place was overcrowded with families whooping it up until past 10pm. No social distancing here. I must say the bathrooms are some of the most revolting I have ever seen. There are mosaic tiles missing all over the floor. With Covid19 you would think the state would maintain the facilities. Texas State Parks put this place to shame. Never again.
Like most Illinois state parks, there arent many people around on weekdays. No complaints at all about maintenance and operations in the park or campground
Its a well-maintained forest preserve Campground. They have BBQ Pits. Its great place for hiking and biking! Also you can drive right alongside the beautiful glistening Lake. There you will see fishermen in their fishing boats pulling in their catch. Theres a Pier you could fish from the pier or perhaps launcher boat there. Its a place to go and relax and enjoy the fresh air and nature.
The staff was very nice considering we arrived during a shift change, didnt have a reservation and they were book to near full capacity. They found a spot for us and even offered an alternative if we wanted it. Im very happy with the Rock cut State Park Campground Permit office and their staff.
Great camping park. Staff are doing well to keep Rock Cut Park operating up to its typical high standards. All this despite covid-19 restrictions in place at this time.
They have very friendly volunteers here who keep the campground clean and running well.
Depending on which campsite you get, the campground is nice.
Wonderful Park to go with the full concession stands and boat rentals