#80 Hononegah Road, Rockton, IL 61072
Hononegah is FPWC’s oldest preserve and one of its most popular. Purchased in 1924, the preserve is located on the north bank of the Rock River and bisected by Dry Run Creek. The preserve was once a camping area of Stephen Mack, the county’s first European settler, and Hononegah, his Native American wife. Upon entering the preserve, visitors will enjoy the drive over the Rainbow Bridge and up into the cool maple grove. The campground has campsites interspersed in a mature stand of white oaks and hickories. A launch for fishing boat access to the Rock River is available.
Hononegah’s majestic woods make it a popular spot to enjoy fall color displays and woodland wildflowers in spring.
Access Road: Yes
Drinking Water: Yes
Picnic Tables: Yes
Bird Grove: 70 max. people, 7 tables, 42 seats, No electricity, No vehicle access, Stone shelter with fireplace.
Indian Rest: 200 max. people, 21 tables, 126 seats, Electricity, No vehicle access.
Towering Pines: 300 max. people, 21 tables, 126 seats, Electricity, No vehicle access.
Playground Equipment: Yes
Ball Fields: Yes
Soccer Fields: Yes
Horseback Trails: No
Hiking Trails(miles): 2.7
Campground Sites: 57
Boat Launch: 1
Canoe Launch: Yes
18 Hole Golf Course: No
Illinois Nature Preserve: No
Special Facilities: Bike Path Access, Youth/Scout Camp
Donated Land: No
Natural Areas: No
All reservations subject to the GENERAL USE ORDINANCE.