Firearms are not allowed in the park!
Most guests take the Metra train to the city. The stations Woodstock and Crystal Lake are about 16 miles from our campground. There is free daily parking available. For large RVs it is $10 a day to park near the station. Ask the campground office for more information. At check-in time we will be able to provide you with a package that contains information about train schedules, parking, ticket prices, maps and more. Huntley Enterprise Rent-a-Car will pick you up at the campground and you can leave the car with us, after you get back from your excursions. Driving distance to the city is 55 miles, mostly on the I90 tollway.
Quiet time starts at 10p on week nights and 11p on weekends.
If you are arriving late, please make sure you have a reservation.
Usually 8a to 8p. We might stay open later on very busy nights or close early, if business is slow. We appreciate a heads up on your estimated arrival time at night.
9:30am to sunset
Check-in is 1p, Cabins and Trailers at 2p. Check-out is at 12p. Early check-in and late check-out fees may apply. No late check-outs on cabins and trailers.
We sell certified, bundled firewood at the park and will deliver it to your site. Guests are not allowed to bring wood into the campground, because of fear of spreading the Emerald Ash Bohrer.
All proceeds from Visitors fees are donated to KOA Care Camps for Kids with cancer. It is $5 per person to enter the park. There is designated free visitors parking!
Most sites have a 6 person maximum. This includes your visiting friends!
Please ask office staff about reduced tickets to area attractions and restaurant coupons!
Guests have to be 21 years or older to reserve and rent a site!
Fireworks and Chinese Lantern pose a fire hazard and are therefore not permitted in the campground.
Enjoy great camping and Metropolitan Chicago with a Swiss touch!Thomas and Sylvia moved from Switzerland to the U.S. early 1998 with their two young boys, Stephan and Andreas. Thomas had accepted a foreign assignment for a large global insurance company and the family followed, even though Sylvia had to sell her physical therapy business in Zurich.