Just because it’s August doesn’t mean summer is finished. In fact, the official final day of summer is September 22, 2022. Why not take advantage of the remainder of the season with some outdoor fun? Even better, outdoor fun on and in water. There’s a new option in Illinois if you like water and fun.
If you want to visit a beach but don’t want to travel to an ocean there are plenty of options in Illinois. The same applies if you’re wanting to visit a beach that offers more than sand and water. If you want to find a beach with a floating obstacle course in Illinois that is a little more challenging.
If you’re still reading this you’re obviously into somewhat physical challenges and that’s good. Some of the floating obstacle courses will put you to the test. If you’re feeling energetic and want a dose of vitamin D there’s another destination you will want to visit because summer’s end.
Along scenic Route 2 in Byron, Illinois you will find Lake Louise RV Resort Campground. It has its own sandy beach, sparkling water, a swimming pool, and more. And, finally, the new owner has reopened the beach, pool, and camping to the public after many years of being private.
This week Lake Louise will debut their newest addition, a Wibit floating obstacle course. This too is open to the public and welcomes kids and adults to enjoy. You won’t break the bank if you want to experience it for yourself. Admission to the campground is $5 per person.
Guests who want to use the obstacle course must wear a life jacket for safety reasons, regardless of swimming skills. They’re available to rent for $5/day or guests may bring their own.
Lake Louise RV Resort is located at 8840 North Route 2, Byron, Illinois. learn more here.
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