Nauvoo State Park

1140 Kimball St.
Nauvoo, IL 62354- Map It
(217) 453-2512

AAA Editor Notes

Nauvoo State Park, off SR 96, features 148 acres. A 13-acre lake offers opportunities for fishing and boating. A house built by the Mormons in the 1840s, and later owned by the Rheinberger family, is now a museum and contains a room for each period in the city's history: Native American, Mormon, Icarian and pioneer. Camping and picnicking are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Pets on leash are allowed. Recreational activities are permitted. Camping is permitted. Picnicking is permitted.
Free.
Hours: Park daily 24 hours. Museum daily 1-4, mid-May to mid-Oct.; by appointment rest of year.