Come Play in Peoria, Illinois!

Our Counties

There are so many ways to play throughout our eight counties! Plan to visit them all.

Bureau County

Enjoy the simple pleasures of locally owned shops, restaurants and lodging featuring hometown flavor in the beautiful communities that make up Bureau County.

Fulton County 

Wildlife viewing and outdoor recreation in Fulton County used to be a regional “best-kept secret.” Now, attractions such as the dramatic restoration of floodplain lakes and wetlands welcomes visitors from near and far.  

Marshall County 

An important stop on the Illinois River Road National Scenic Byway, a nearly 300-mile long route through the central part of the state, is in Marshall County. The bridge through Henry serves as a connector to the Byway’s east and west river routes, where magnificent bald eagles soar.

Mason County

It’s hard to find a more beautiful landscape than Riverfront Park in Havana. Stroll along the tree-lined, brick streets and enjoy the historic shopping district. Mason County offers numerous opportunities for recreation and entertainment.

Peoria County

There are so many ways to “Play in Peoria” you’ll have to plan additional visits! With unique dining and an abundance of shopping, hiking and biking trails and more, it will be hard to do everything in just one day. Your possibilities are endless when you visit Peoria County.

Stark County

Friendly Stark County is an experience in fun, adventure and relaxation. On the 26-mile Rock Island Trail, hikers, bicyclists and cross-country skiers enjoy the most scenic views. 

Tazewell County

Take time to relax in the communities that create Tazewell County. Numerous attractions, as well as dining and shopping opportunities are available in East Peoria, Pekin, Morton, and Washington. 

Woodford County

Historic leaders walked the streets in Woodford County leaving a legacy for all to remember. Before becoming our nation's 16th President, Abraham Lincoln practiced law for 12 years in the Metamora Courthouse. Eureka College is where former President Ronald Reagan went to college and grew-up as a young child.