Shabbona Lake State Park

Shabbona Lake State Park

HOURS
Closed
TRIPADVISOR
(83)
4

About

Shabbona Lake State Recreation Area is an Illinois state park on 1,550 acres in Shabbona Township, DeKalb County, Illinois, United States. Shabbona Lake is a man-made lake created in 1975 by damming the Indian Creek, a tributary of the Fox River. Its name derives from the Potawatomi leader Shabbona. Seventy miles west of Chicago, off U.S. 30, urban landscape gives way to 1,550 acres of rolling prairie and a 318.8 acres man-made fishing lake.

MoreLess
More on Wikipedia

Ratings & Reviews

Good to Know

Good for Kids
Pets Welcome
Gender-Neutral Restrooms

Featured in Guides

Details