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About Potowatomi Campground at Kankakee River State Park

Our Class-A Premium campground is located in the main park with shower facilities, flush toilets, and all sites have electricity. Water is available by pump at designated locations throughout the campground and at the sanitary dump station. This is a very wooded area with 4 loops-Oak, Hawthorne, Osage & Hickory. Pit toilets are also located near each loop. Alcohol is prohibited and credit cards are not accepted at the site.

Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Features
No Alcohol
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
30 amp Hookups
No 50 amp Hookups
Max Length: 35 ft.
Location
Potowatomi Campground at Kankakee River State Park is located in Illinois
Latitude
41.1893 N
Longitude
-87.9627 W
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Directions
5314 W. Rt. 102, Bourbonnais IL 60914
2 Reviews of Potowatomi Campground at Kankakee River State Park
Great

The campsites are very spread out and you will have a very private quiet campsite. This site is near a small cemetery that has tombstones that are hundreds of years old. I got to stay at site 14 at Davis creek. Potowatomi Campground and Chippewa Campground are not opened for the entire 2016. The sites are really limited around here so I recommend reserving weeks earlier or just come early. The site costed me about 8 dollars to reserve which was really cheap. The restrooms were really dirty and had a lot of insects flying around. There is no running water at the site so bring plenty. We did not have to collect firewood because there is a man walking around with a wheel barrow selling it which was really convenient. There is a short hike that crosses a bridge and it goes along the river

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Clean, Expansive

The area is well kept, clean, and well managed. I have frequented this park because it offers a lot of activities from primitive camping, RV parking, fishing, hiking, biking, backpacking, etc. They're are some rock cliffs that are suspended over the Kankakee river and also over a creek that feeds it. These are great for climbing and scaling. Additionally, there are Indian caves through the creek where you can still find arrowheads. Exploring the area is pretty cool and the park is quite expansive and impressive for this state. It's great during all times of the year.