Rolling Oaks Campground


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2743 North 4251Street Road, Sheridan, IL, 60551


Rolling Oaks Campground is located 7 miles south of Sandwich, Illinois right along the Fox River. The park has been family owned and operated since 1969! The season is open mid-April through mid-October weather dependent. 

Rolling Oaks is a fantastic place to visit for the whole family. There is fun for children and adults and the property includes activities such as: playground, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and plenty of special events. During the summer there is music and dancing on Saturday evenings, farmers markets, cart rides. There are also special dinner events like spaghetti supper, corn boil, and pig roast. 

The campground has outdoor swimming in their maintained lake. There is a propane exchange station, a dump station available, firewood for sale, and a snack bar with burgers, pizza, and other foods. Nearby Sandwich has shopping, dining, and laundromats available. 

There are several nearby attractions including:

Starved Rock State Park

Fox Hollow Tubing

Golf Course

Horseback Riding Stables

Sandwich Fair

Antique Shopping

Open Dates: April 15 to October 15



Full Hookup RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back-In RV Site $45.00 $575.00 Choose Your Site
Pull Thru RV Site $45.00 $575.00 Choose Your Site
Partial Hookup Sites

Partial hookup sites available to tenters, pop ups, trailers, motorhomes. Dump station available. 

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Partial Hookup Sites $30.00 Choose Your Site

Trash

All trash must be taken to dumpsters daily

Golf carts

Golf carts are allowed but we do not have rental carts. No golf carts allowed out after midnight. Licensed driver must be on carts at all times. Must observe speed limits. No overloading of carts.

Quiet hours

Quiet hours: Sunday-Thursday 9:00pm Friday 10:00pm Saturday 12:00am Sunday’s of holiday weekends 12:00am

Check-in Check-out

Check-in is 3:00pm. You may check in early but there is a $5.00 early arrival fee. Check-out is 3:00pm on the last day of your stay.

Pet Policies

Pets are welcome. Please keep them on a leash, minimal noise, and clean up after them.


Dump Station

30 Amps

50 Amps

Back-in RV Sites

Community Showers

General Store

Pet Friendly

Playground

Pull-Thru RV Sites

RV Hookup

Waterfront



Fishing

Swimming Outdoors

Tubing

Volleyball






2743 North 4251Street Road, Sheridan, IL, 60551

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Close proximity to: 

Starved Rock State Park

Fox Hollow Tubing

Golf Course

Horseback Riding Stables

Sandwich Fair

Antique Shopping



Overall Rating: 2.8


Bill Windt

2.0
We stayed here over Labor Day weekend and probably won’t go back. We reserved a full hookup site and ended up with a pull thru site. The pull thru sites are newer as of 2019 I think and are about 10 feet apart. This is way too close. So immediately we were unhappy with our site. There’s no trees and they are kind of separated from the rest of the campground. After setting up I realized there were no fire pits in any of the sites. I asked the office and they said they had them but they “walked away” and we could make a fire on the gravel in front of our camper. Not ideal, but it worked I guess. Other reviewers have said the same thing about the fire pits a year ago. It rained pretty hard on our second night and the grass in front of our camper was a flooded. Every step was under water. One of the reasons we went to this campground was because they have a swim pond, which turned out to be closed and overgrown with almost no water. It looked like it hadn’t been open in at least a year. We planned on swimming most of the weekend so this left us with very little to do. And there’s no other planned activities for the kids. The campground itself has been around since 1969 and it definitely shows. There’s a lot of old, run-down campers and buildings here. The campground needs some updating. Most of the sites here are permanent and also need some upkeep. Bathrooms weren’t terrible, but some of the worst I’ve seen. Most of the campground slopes toward the river and gets pretty steep the closer to the river you get. So it’s not easy walking or biking around. Some positives. It’s on the Fox River so there are tube trips that you can take from here. People were friendly. The grounds, while old, are nice and established with lots of big old trees. Just not around the new pull thru sites. The price is lower than other campgrounds. We decided to leave a day early, which we’ve never done before. We’ve been to a lot of campgrounds and would have to put this at the bottom of our list.

Christina Dawn

1.0
I was very disappointed in my stay. The "pool" is not maintained. There was no "beach" to make sand castles. Purchasing firewood was close to impossible to figure out. But the absolute worst, "Quiet Hours" are NOT enforced. 2am and I was still awake due to the many children screaming and acting like fools. I will not waste my money here ever again.

Michelle Gade

4.0
I had a great experience. There was a storm, and the power was off leaving the restrooms useless. I would probably have had a better experience if there were a couple of actual outhouses, but other than that, we really had a nice time.

Sherri Burnell

5.0
We've driven by many times but first time stopping. Bad thing is we knew there were two entrances, & missed the first & second one is permanently closed. Had to find a way to turn around with a 35' fifth wheel--not easy. We needed a pull thru camp site--those were all up front no shade--felt like we were on display for all seasonal campers. Every one was friendly & we walked around the campground and found it to be steep in some areas. We looked for other non seasonal sites but didnt find any. Was cheap compared to Yogi Bear--$80-$90. I can see us coming back if we only want one night.

Johnnie Johnson

1.0
The sight was ok but my arrival ruined it all for me. I followed signs to “store” to register. I prepaid but had no idea where to set up. The drive to the store included a sharp turn where a partially removed branch which I did not see, caused about $1000 worth of damage to my roof. All this to get me to the “store” which was closed. A worker who had earlier seen me lodged under the branched came by on a cart. When I asked, he knew nothing about my arrival but after clarification from me, he informed me he would lead me back to my site which it turns out I had driven past on my way in. Either you operate a campground or you don’t. It should not be half assed. I will never return and never advise anyone to go there. Shame on these owners. I should sue but I will let my insurance company make that decision.

Karen Reeves

2.0
Had a pull thru site. No campfire available-who goes camping without a fire? Very disappointing. New sod laid by the pull thru campers. The staff had water sprinklers on so you stepped out of your camper and it was under water!-plus it rained and they still left the sprinklers on! The water smelled like a sewer, it made you smell when you took a shower and your dishes!

Michelle .

5.0
Love Rolling Oak’s Family Owned campground

Sheri Seibert

2.0
The people were really nice & friendly, both staff and the permanent campers there who stopped by our site to say hi. We stayed on the brand new weekender sites that were evidently just put in over the past month or so. There was brand new sod which was very nice although the sizes were quite small/narrow. There were about 6 of these new sites right up in front of the campground with no trees for shade. There were no fire pits which was disappointing; who goes camping without a campfire? I am hoping this was just because the sites are new. Again the sites were very narrow as well so not much space for a fire ring either so they may need to invest in some portable ones. The price for these sites is way too high given the lack of amenities (small site, no campfire, no WiFi, smelly water); I’ve stayed at nicer state parks. The campground was quite large after taking some long walks to check things out. This campground is definitely geared towards permanent campers. And I do mean permanent with full roofs over the tops and extensive porches; it looks like many of the campers haven’t been moved in 20 years or given any TLC based on the looks of them and the overgrowth of weeds, shrubs, etc. It was disappointing to see some great lot opportunities wasted on the junk that is put in them and not kept up. My husband and I are looking for a place to make more permanent and this is a prime geographic location for us but it is unfortunately too run down. The swimming pond looks really gross and under-maintained; I definitely would not swim in it nor is it even relaxing to sit around. It looks like this place may have been a camper’s paradise back in the day but it needs a lot TLC.