The Spring Lake Fish and Wildlife Area sits in Manito, Illinois. This idyllic property sits on 2,032 acres, a substantial growth since its inception as a 632-acre facility in the mid-2oth century. Housed in Tazewell County and quite near to the city of Peoria, this lovely recreational area and campground is a favorite family destination.
The on-premise Spring Lake runs in a parallel line to the Illinois River. It is both lengthy and thin in scope and consists of 1,285 acres of landmass. At its deepest, Spring Lake is ten feet and offers 18 miles of coast for families to explore. Furbabies are permitted to join their owners at Spring Lake Fish and Wildlife Area but must remain on a leash of no greater than six feet at all times.
There are no on-site amenities provided, and there is not a dog play area on the premises. Owners must take responsibility for ensuring their dogs have access to drinking water. Poop bags are not supplied. Since all pet waste removal services fall to each owner, owners should bring bags with them from home to assist with this task. Spring Lake Fish and Wildlife Area is a public facility and campground.
There's no fee to enjoy the grounds. Campsites suitable for tents are available. It is unknown if a reservation is required or if there is a corresponding fee. Among the popular activities at this park are camping, archery, boating, cross-country skiing, fishing, geocaching, hiking, hunting, and picnicking. Hunting for water birds, squirrels, and deer are permitted on the grounds.
There is also a concession stand which rents water sports equipment. Visitors to Spring Lake Fish and Wildlife Area are to comply with all Illinois state by-laws. These include making certain all dogs have up to date vaccinations and registering them with their respective city. For a great time at an idyllic recreational area and camping spot, bring Fido and the family to Spring Lake Fish and Wildlife Area!