Jersey County - Attractions You Must Visit


About Jersey County

Jersey County, Illinois is a picturesque area located in the southwestern part of the state. It is known for its rich farmlands and abundance of historic sites. The county seat, Jerseyville, boasts a variety of attractions such as the Jersey County Historical Museum and Mineral Springs Park, everyone's favorite summer destination. Once a heavily industrialized city powered by coal and natural gas, Jerseyville has come to embrace its peaceful agricultural lifestyle as more people move to the area

Types of Attractions in Jersey County

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List of Attractions in Jersey County

Pere Marquette State Park

Pere Marquette State Park

Outdoors - Other


Pere Marquette State Park is widely known for its many activities. Visitors of the park can enjoy camping, boating, fishing, and hunting; as well as exploring recreational trails located within the park for biking, horseback riding and hiking. For birdwatchers, Pere Marquette offers more than 100 species that frequent the area. This 8,050-acre park also houses a museum which includes images and artifacts about local WWII soldiers from Jersey county.

Map of attractions in Jersey County


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