McDonough County - Attractions You Must Visit


About McDonough County

McDonough County, Illinois is located in the west-central portion of the state and is home to a population of around 32,000 people. It was established in 1823 and served primarily as agricultural land until the economy diversified into light manufacturing with the 20th century sawmill industries. The county seat is Macomb, which annually hosts an international music festival called "Western Illinois Music Festival" featuring jazz, blues and other genres. Today, McDonough County offers residents

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List of Attractions in McDonough County

Argyle Lake State Park

Argyle Lake State Park

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Argyle Lake State Park is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise! The 800-acre park offers a variety of activities for visitors of all ages such as biking and hiking on numerous trails, swimming in the lake, fishing from many docks, or simply enjoying a picnic while you relax and take in the stunning views of the lake. There is also plenty of camping spots available to choose from with full hookups and primitive sites so everyone can find something that fits their needs.

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