Come Experience New Glamping Resort in Illinois State Park
Do you want to experience wilderness but are not the least bit interested in really roughing it? Want to be under the stars and in a king-size bed. Here's your spot.
What Does It Mean to be 'Roughing It'
I wasn't raised by outdoorsy parents who camped and spent time in the wilderness. I do love a good hike and a forest, I also enjoy a good day spent on a lake or river and I have always loved sitting around a fire, but I need a nice hotel or rental at the end of these trips.
My idea of roughing it is when the hotel's pool is outdoor.
That was always my motto. I've changed a bit over the years, but still need some modern conveniences and coverage when off the beaten path.
Illinois Has a New Glamping Paradise
Millions of adventure seekers spend part of their summer in one of Illinois' greatest treasures and now you can experience it in a whole new way.
Starved Rock - One of Illinois' Most Popular State Parks
Over 2,500 acres of some of the state's most beautiful terrain.
So much to do all throughout the park, that it is impossible to truly enjoy it all in just one day, you need a whole weekend or at least one great overnight stay.
Forget an ordinary hotel, you now have a great new and amazing option.
Glamping at Starved Rock State Park
Now open for its first full season, Camp Aramoni, is a luxurious glamping resort you'll fall in love with immediately.
Camp Aramoni features 11 safari-style tents, each with king-size beds and private baths, according to travelandleisure.com.
Co-owner, Jennifer Bias, says that she hopes spending time on their 96 acres brings
a feeling of peace, excitement, and renewal.
Jennifer and her husband Tim, have realized their retirement dream with Camp Aramoni.
Hiking trails, ponds, wildflower fields, and walks along the Vermilion River.
One of the highlights of a stay at Camp Aramoni is the converted 1971 Airstream Ambassador named, The Burlington. Jennifer and Tim converted the Airstream into a bar.
Handcrafted beverages of all kinds, whenever you want. You'll find specialty coffee drinks as well as alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages.
Plus a great selection of local wines, beers, and spirits at Camp Aramoni's restaurant that features wood-fired pizza nights, brunches, and a breakfast and dinner menu.
Hey, we're glamping, so forget about that hot and sweaty sleeping weather. Your space is air-conditioned. (look on the wall above the bed).
Lots of electricity and wi-fi too.
Roughing it is for somebody else, not us, and not Camp Aramoni. Your next great adventure is located at 809 N 2199th Rd, Tonica, Illinois.