Hello! I just wanted to leave a review of Kankakee River State Park. This park is really beautiful and has a great walking/bicycling trail that follows the river and crosses a suspension bridge. The campround is pretty nice. The sites are all very secluded and most have trees on both sides and behind you so you really only see the person across from you. We stayed in the Hawthorne Loop, site 23 of the Potawatami campground. Sites had electric, but water was not available at the campside. There was a commual tap between some campsites. The roads are pretty tight in this camground so most of the larger campers are forced to go to the other campground in the park. The bathrooms and showers were clean and had hot water. If you are in the area, about an hour away from Kankakee River State Park is Starved Rock State Park and Matthiessen State Park. Both have amazing hiking trails that boast seasonal waterfalls and beautiful rock formations. These parks are quite amazing and not to be missed. Pictures of Starved Rock State Park Hiking, click on link below: http://inspiredbyhue.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/northern-illinois-weekend-trip-starved-rock-state-park/ Overall a great trip (besides the rain) LOL!