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Paul Wolff Campground

38W235 Big Timber Road
Elgin, IL 60123
No Email Address
4 Reviews
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Great sites lots of open space. Located on 660 acre preserve Kids loved the ability to bike around the areA

Received from Al for visit in Apr 2013

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Stay Again? YES
Great site, by the back toilets and trails, one side no neighbor. Would love showers and full hook up. Also ability to make reservations.

Received from Fran & Bob for visit in Jan 2012

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Very clean, no showers yet, but is a nice place if you want to kick back and relax. Not very much to do other then your usual stuff (fish, light hiking) But is still a nice place . We live close by so its great for those quick last minute day or two camp outs. Cost is very cheap, and fire wood prices were great (5 bucks for a wagon full). Would give a 5 if they had showers, but other then that its a hidden gem, would recommend staying here.

Received from Sonny for visit in Jun 2011

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This campground is a real surprise--clean, spacious, grassy sites, very quiet and scenic setting. No showers and pit toilets only, which basically requires a self-contained unit for extended stays. 14 days maximum, but you can move to Buffalo Park at this point for 7 days and then come back. We much prefer this over Buffalo Park, but others find the riverfront setting of Buffalo Park much more preferable. This wasn't even full over July 4. And, hallelujah... no fireworks. First and only time we've stayed someplace on the 4th that we had no illicit fireworks. You could describe this as a suburban setting, best for those touring the Chicago area or requiring no entertainment as there is absolutely none.

Received from Anon for visit in Jul 2006

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Stay Again? YES

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