Nature’s bounty has conspired to produce a natural beauty and source of recreation greatly prized by generations of Midwesterners at Siloam Springs State Park, just minutes east of Quincy in Adams County.
The beautifully wooded terrain, sparkling lake and carefully maintained facilities make this 3,323-acre site one of the most beautiful parks in Illinois. It’s an ideal setting for outdoor visits, whether your interest is hunting, fishing, camping, boating, picnicking, hiking or bird watching. The park is surrounded by luxuriantly forested gullies and scenic crests alive with wild roses, black-eyed Susans, white false indigo, and snapdragons.
Horse Trails and Equestrian Camping
The park contains equestrian trails totaling 23 miles, covering ridgetops and steep, wooded valleys. A separate camping area is available for riders and their mounts, with water and limited electricity. Horse rentals are not available. Trails are closed during the wet weather. Contact site to check trail conditions.
Siloam Springs State Park Address:
938 E. 3003rd. Lane
Clayton IL 62324