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Castle Rock State Park

1365 W. Castle Road

Castle Rock State Park is located along the west bank of the Rock River in Ogle County, three miles south of Oregon, on Highway 2. The park is centrally located in the Rock River Hills region of Illinois, and its rolling topography is drained by the Rock River. The park is representative of the Rock River Hills area with rock formations, ravines and unique northern plant associations. A sandstone bluff, adjacent to the river, has given the park its name.


Tree Hugger

Thursday, June 21, 2018
Amazing scentic views, many amenities and accommodations for bar-b-qing, fishing, boat launch, hiking trails, outhouse

philip schneeberger

Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018
one of the most beautiful places in Illinois, it's a shame it's in such a poorly run state! The park staff are all top notch, true professionals and just great people. something special to find each month of the year, just what a state park should be.

Lukas Yoonshik Bong

Thursday, June 14, 2018
This state park has bluffs that can be accessed by boats only. They are gorgeous.

Jessica Maveus

Thursday, June 14, 2018
Easy to navigate, well kept trails. Safe, plenty of parking and bathrooms.

Ken Sanders

Saturday, May 26, 2018
Very nice relaxing along the river. Great views of the river & local wildlife.

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