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Campsite in Shabbona Lake State Park, Illinois
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Camping in Shabbona Lake State Park, in Shabbona, Illinois. About 2 hours west of Chicago, this state park is popular for its fishing. The park holds weekly fishing competitions on the large Shabbona Lake. Overnight campsite are available to the fishermen and their families.

Copyright: Eric Walker
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Uploaded: 17/07/2011
Updated: 08/07/2014
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Tags: shabbona; lake; park; illinois; campsite; camping; camp; fire; grill; cook; tent; nature; cars
  • ryan over 1 year ago
    hi do you have any idea what camp site number this was? or maybe even how many sites from the bathroom? i can figure it out that way if you cant remember the number. im making memorial day weekend reservations and you would be a great help. thanks.
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