Wolf Creek State Park


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Wolf Creek State Park


Location:8 miles northwest of Windsor.
Facilities:304 Class A campsites with showers, restrooms, and electricity, 78 Class C campsites, 2 family camping areas, organized group camp, equestrian campground, picnic areas (é), shelters, hiking trails, equestrian trail (15 miles), snowmobile trail (16.5 miles), swimming beach, boat ramp.
Activities:Camping, boating, swimming, water-skiing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, snowmobiling, hunting.
Special Features:The Flood Control Act of 1958 authorized the Shelbyville Reservoir Project, which involved construction of a dam and creation of a lake. This natural resource management area includes both Wolf Creek State Park and Eagle Creek State Park (see separate entry), which face each other across Lake Shelbyville.
Address:RR 1, Box 99
Windsor, IL 61957

Phone:217-459-2831
Web: dnr.state.il.us/Lands/Landmgt/PARKS/R3/WOLFCREK.HTM
Size: 1,967 acres.

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