Paradise Camping Resort
Park Features & Amenities
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Utilities & Amenities
Power: 30 Amps, 15 Amps
Full Timing over Winter
Moved to the park about 1 month ago. Entry is gated next to the office with a bar and grill attached. Restaurant also has an outside patio/table sitting area. People are friendly and park is clean. I am staying over the winter and the monthly fee is $425 plus electric. Propane is on site and very convenient. They charge the going gas rate and do not gouge you for extra cash. My 100 lb tank cost about $100 to fill up + tax. Also have laundry house which is clean.
Long term they will insulate your outside water tap with heat tape and insulation. You hose is your responsibility to keep from freezing. No internet but I got Hughes.net to come out within 2 days and I now have good satellite internet. Only $49.95/month and free install. Local over the air TV channels as well. Overall I like the park and give it 5 stars.
Stayed during their trick or treat night
Bathrooms - were clean, but the showers were cold, small and little stream of water.
Beach on a pond, Kishwaukee river flows through edge of campground, fishing ponds as well, old playground equipment. they had lots of activities too.
Dump station, very small camp store, no laundry facility. Rockford and Chicago are close by. Edward's Apple Orchard is close too. Pretty friendly folks, loved the trick or treat.
Nice shade trees and ponds, but close to a railroad, with short trains even at night..
It was a large campground, but it was extremely busy with a huge portion dedicated to long term campers.
We paid $37 a night with only grey water sewer no wifi. No club discounts on weekends, but it is a Passport America campground during the week.