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Camping "Help with your suggestions"

Planning on doing some camping for a few days while on vacation. Tents and such, want something kinda local lets say 100 mile radius from Joliet area. Would like fishing, swimming, fires, canoe etc. Been searching State park site and such.. What to hear from any of you with recommendations with your experiences good or bad on locations. Just looking to do Fri Sat Sun June 30, 1 , 2

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Where do you camp?????

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All you have to do is follow three simple rules. One, never under estimate your opponent (mentality). Expect the unexpected (could work out in your favor). Two, take it outside(or to a table). Never start anything inside the Bar unless it's absolutely necessary. And three, be nice.



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Chain 'O Lakes State Park...great camp sites, right on Fox Lake...only problem is there's no booze allowed, but if you keep it semi-mellow they'll leave you alone.

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I am absolutely done with the Illinois DNR campsites. In my last three camping excursions with them I've had some bad experiences with the law enforcement types that patrol these places. I've been spyed on through binoculars while getting busy with the gf at 11pm (by a dnr cop, he threatened to arrest me for disordely when I confronted him. he was hiding in the bushes 100 yards away or so), woken up at 3am by barking dogs and swearing cops (someone ran from us, he ran through your site ), and general hooliganism by partyers and druggies (dnr cops would do nothing to shut them up, waaaaaaay past a reasonable time).

If I go anywhere in Illinois now it's Glenwood RV Park in Marseilles. As long as it's a privately owned place you should be ok.

Next place I'm trying is in Michigan, but the gf makes all the arrangements, I only know roughly where it is located.
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I've been spyed on through binoculars while getting busy with the gf at 11pm (by a dnr cop, he threatened to arrest me for disordely when I confronted him. he was hiding in the bushes 100 yards away or so),
hahahahhahaa!! did you confront him naked? were his pants around his ankles with the jergens out?

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I've always had a good time camping in Lake Geneva. A couple nice state parks there, and close enough to town to hit the bar when you get bored with watching the trees grow
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Im met a bunch of the DNR Police in COL State Park. I live 2 minutes from the entrance to the park. Seem like nice enough guys. Were you under the stars gettin jiggy? I wouldnt watch you...Id tape it and youd be on Sublime so fast it'd make your head spin

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We were still clothed but preparing to get unclothed in the tent when I saw his flashlight in the bushes, walk down there and he's got the binoculars around his neck.

Me- What in the fuck exactly are you doing?!?!

Him- Checking for illigal activity.

Me- Stream of obcenities.

Hmi- If you don't go back to your site, I'll arrest you.

Me- What's your name and cracker jack box badge # followed by stream of obcenities.



I filed a complaint with the state police and got nowhere. Talked to a lawyer type friend and learned that when in a state park campground you are waiving a certain degree of privacy due to it being a state park. If he had been using night vision or something we could have sued them, but because he was using civilian type equipment it was no harm no foul.
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fyi
they all carry binocs because of the poaching that goes on in the state parks

at night time

you dont think the obsenities and the fact that you asked for his cracker jack badge # set him on edge do you? These guys sometimes have more power than the regular cops because of the game laws that they can also enforce.

Zip the tent up dude

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Lakeland Camp ground North of Janesville, WI. Great place, but I haven't been there in years.

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fyi
they all carry binocs because of the poaching that goes on in the state parks

at night time

you dont think the obsenities and the fact that you asked for his cracker jack badge # set him on edge do you? These guys sometimes have more power than the regular cops because of the game laws that they can also enforce.

Zip the tent up dude

All of that is granted for sure!

But small details matter.

This wasn't a state park where one could poach, nearly 400 acres of open campsites, a lake and a beach. Sure he could have arrested me for losing it, but at that point I didn't care.

The end of the story is that I'll be sure to go out of my way to make sure the ILDNR doesn't get another penny of my loot.


Wanna talk about the cop screaming for me to "COME OUT OF THE FUCKING TENT NOW!" with the dog barking loud as hell at 3am? These instances were only two weeks apart at different parks.
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DNR Law Enforcement and Forest Preserve cops are a pain in the ass...maybe not all, but a good percentage. I got kicked out of Chain 'o Lakes once for "desecration of the forest".....................a friend broke a small branch off a tree to cook a hotdog

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I recomend Bong rec area they have camping and good wild life area. I was there 2 weeks ago with my dogs and it was great. Great trails lots of wildlife swimming hole and general nice place.

I have never been hastled there by a park ranger and I live fire train my dogs there. You would figure live birds and guns they would be all over you. I have yet to see one.
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Granted its a hike, but I love Penninsula State Park in Door County WI. DNR has never said anything to us, and its a HUGE park. Guys weekend of partying and what not.

In a couple weeks I am heading about 3 hours south of Chicago for a bachelor party. I look forward to the strippers using trees as their poles.
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Marlene and I were just talking about this last night. we havent been camping in years and want to go. we need good suggestions also. Penninsula in door county is noce, I havent camped there but i have been through the park.

where else is good. I like woods and lakes, I dont like open fields.




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Camping 100 miles from Joliet? -- I never camped so close to home

I'd imagine that by now every campsite will be packed with people for the 4th of July weekend.

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Marlene and I were just talking about this last night. we havent been camping in years and want to go. we need good suggestions also. Penninsula in door county is noce, I havent camped there but i have been through the park.

where else is good. I like woods and lakes, I dont like open fields.
Only place that i know of is Devil's Lake in Baraboo WI, 140 miles from Crystal lake area though, so farther for a lot of you guys. Cool place though, trails around pretty big bluffs, which surround the lake. And they have canooing(sp?) and stuff

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I don't get camping.

It was cool when I was eighteen. . . sneak a case of of beer and party with your friends or bring your girl and get lucky! Not saying it's wrong but if you're over 21 twenty one why camp? Go to a bar and reserve a room or go to a bed and breakfast or rent an extended stay. Why fight mosquito's and rude "neighbors" and lame officials is beyond me.

Yellow Stone, Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon, etc. but camp to camp? Why?! I just don't see the enjoyment or satisfaction from packing up tents, clothing, grills, food, clothing and other miscellaneous junk to drive a whopping hour or two to sit outside.

I love hunting, fishing and racing (racing camping sucks too) but c'mon. Help me understand why camping is cool. Not a rip. Seriously, I just don't get it.

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For me, its getting away from everything. Life seems to slow down a bit for me. Its relaxing. Staring at a fire is mesmerizing. I don't know, there is just something about it. And I know there are more reasons, just that the brain hasn't fully woken up.
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I use to go camping to Devils Lake in Wi.
State park so no alcohol, but we always got drunk.
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rock cut state park is nice
not too far, lots o woods,
bicycling trails/hiking trails, small lake, small boat rental if you are so inclined.

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Thanks everyone that has contributed, keep it coming your help has been great......

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I don't get camping.

It was cool when I was eighteen. . . sneak a case of of beer and party with your friends or bring your girl and get lucky! Not saying it's wrong but if you're over 21 twenty one why camp? Go to a bar and reserve a room or go to a bed and breakfast or rent an extended stay. Why fight mosquito's and rude "neighbors" and lame officials is beyond me.

Yellow Stone, Smoky Mountains, Grand Canyon, etc. but camp to camp? Why?! I just don't see the enjoyment or satisfaction from packing up tents, clothing, grills, food, clothing and other miscellaneous junk to drive a whopping hour or two to sit outside.

I love hunting, fishing and racing (racing camping sucks too) but c'mon. Help me understand why camping is cool. Not a rip. Seriously, I just don't get it.

man you hit the nail on the head. i don't get the point of camping merely to camp. I never have. I love the outdoors... and I do camp, but when ever I camp, I camp for the purposes of enjoying the activities that are in the area around the camp grounds. To me to drive an hour to sleep on my shitty air mattress is pointless. Now if I can save $100 enabling me to do something on my trip that I otherwise wouldn't have been able to. shit yeah, im all about that...

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Has there ever been a CLSB Camping trip. Cause I could see that being really interesting.
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Has there ever been a CLSB Camping trip. Cause I could see that being really interesting.

With all the camping haters that are popping up [email protected]@#$#%^@[email protected]$

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Has there ever been a CLSB Camping trip. Cause I could see that being really interesting.

There are CLSB backpacking trips. I'm organizing the next one for October. But I think you guys are talking about car camping... where you drive up to your campsite. Backpacking is where you hike with everything you need to survive on your back.

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For the past few years I lived in a giant apartment and a tiny condo, both had little more than a balcony for being outdoors. That was a big part of it for me. Now that I have a yard, I don't really even go anymore. My first trip will be in a few weeks, and we'll do some conoe, horseback riding, getting drunk on a beach, etc.

The gf cooks the whole time, I just drink. I say ya can't beat it.
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Now Chills is a true outdoorsman..... Camping is all what you make of it, there is all different types.. Again thanks for all the help and input...

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Life's Journey Is Not To Arrive At The Grave Safely In A Well Preserved Body, But Rather To Skid In Sideways, Totally Worn Out, Shouting "HOLY SHIT... What A Ride!"

All you have to do is follow three simple rules. One, never under estimate your opponent (mentality). Expect the unexpected (could work out in your favor). Two, take it outside(or to a table). Never start anything inside the Bar unless it's absolutely necessary. And three, be nice.



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For the past few years I lived in a giant apartment and a tiny condo, both had little more than a balcony for being outdoors. That was a big part of it for me. Now that I have a yard, I don't really even go anymore. My first trip will be in a few weeks, and we'll do some conoe, horseback riding, getting drunk on a beach, etc.

The gf cooks the whole time, I just drink. I say ya can't beat it.

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Life's Journey Is Not To Arrive At The Grave Safely In A Well Preserved Body, But Rather To Skid In Sideways, Totally Worn Out, Shouting "HOLY SHIT... What A Ride!"

All you have to do is follow three simple rules. One, never under estimate your opponent (mentality). Expect the unexpected (could work out in your favor). Two, take it outside(or to a table). Never start anything inside the Bar unless it's absolutely necessary. And three, be nice.



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