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Take in the dramatic cliffs, limestone caves, and wooded ravines, and if you’re feeling ballsy, bring your own rock-climbing equipment and have a go at Twin Sister and Indian Head, two of the most popular rock formations open for climbing.
Virtually the opposite of Chicago's rush-hour insanity, this peaceful scenic drive follows the flow of the Mississippi River for more than 550 miles along the Western edge of the state.Climb Monk’s Mound, check out the Woodhenge calendar, and learn about what life in this early city was like at its peak from A. The most prominent formations include Camel Rock, Anvil Rock, and Devil’s Smoke Stack.Between its green house-like architectural beauty, lush indoor and outdoor gardens, and proximity to the Rock River, Illinois’ third-largest conservatory makes for an easy day trip from Chicago all year round.A mere garden, this is not: With 385 acres of flora and fauna, nine islands, 6 miles of shoreline, waterfalls, authentic Japanese and English walled gardens, a model railroad garden, a Bonsai collection, and much more, a trip here can and will easily keep you captivated for the better part of the day.From hiking and rock climbing to fishing and nearly a dozen miles of equestrian trails, this southern Illinois park has something for every type of recreational outdoorsman (or outdoorswoman! Particularly noteworthy, however, are the "Giant City Streets" along the main nature trail, which are colossal sandstone bluffs formed some 12,000 years ago.
It underwent a major and necessary restoration, as the structure had fallen into disrepair, and has been operating as a seasonal tourism site since 2005.