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THE NAUVOO EXPERIENCE: Whether you only come to Nauvoo once, or you are a repeat visitor, why not get the most out of the experience by staying right in the history? EXPERIENCE MORE: Late night walks, sunsets, early morning events. When you're staying in Nauvoo there's more time to relax and experience more of beautiful Nauvoo. LET NAUVOO BE YOUR GATEWAY: Use Nauvoo as your home away from home and plan fun excursions to Carthage, Springfield, Quincy, Hannibal, and beyond! COMPARABLE RATES: Nauvoo offers room rates that are competitive with our surrounding communities, when considering additional time and travel expenditures.

Hotels & Lodging

Hotel Nauvoo

Hotel Nauvoo

Phone:
217-453-2211
Email:
Innkeeper@HotelNauvoo.com
Website:
Hotel Nauvoo
Address:
1290 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The historic Hotel Nauvoo has been serving guests for over 150 years and is known for its charming rooms and award winning dinner buffet.

Motel Nauvoo

Motel Nauvoo

Phone:
217-453-2211
Email:
Innkeeper@HotelNauvoo.com
Website:
Motel Nauvoo
Address:
1610 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

This lovely drive up Nauvoo Motel is clean and very comfortable. It's a great lower cost option for staying in Nauvoo. Rates on the Hotel Nauvoo website.

Nauvoo Family Inn & Suites

Nauvoo Family Inn & Suites

Phone:
217-453-6527
Email:
fd@nauvoofamilyinn.com
Website:
Nauvoo Family Inn & Suites
Address:
1875 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Nauvoo Family Inn & Suites offers affordable rooms for families and groups and features an indoor pool and full kitchens in their family suites.

Nauvoo Log Cabins

Nauvoo Log Cabins

Phone:
217-453-9000
Email:
nauvoologcabinsllc@gmail.com
Website:
Nauvoo Log Cabins
Address:
65 N. Winchester Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Capture the Pioneer Spirit in authentic, hand hewn, Nauvoo log cabin homes. These cabins will capture your heart & kindle your spirit.

White House Inn

White House Inn

Phone:
217-453-6734
Email:
whihoinn@frontiernet.net
Website:
White House Inn
Address:
1475 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

This beautifully restored 1860s home offers four rooms, a full kitchen, a hot tub and the convenience of walking distance to everything in beautiful Nauvoo. Evenings please call - 217-453-6646

Woodruff Hotel

Woodruff Hotel

Phone:
800-860-1215
Website:
Woodruff Hotel
Address:
1200 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Right across the street from the Nauvoo Temple the Historic Woodruff Hotel offers deluxe family sized hotel rooms and suites with breathtaking views. Stay right across the street from the Nauvoo Temple.

Bed & Breakfasts

Ellis Sanders Inn

Ellis Sanders Inn

Phone:
217-453-6090
Website:
Ellis Sanders Inn
Address:
1285 Sidney Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

This red brick home dates back to the days of the early settlers of Nauvoo. It offers a lovely place to stay while visiting Nauvoo.

Rufus Abbott Manor

Rufus Abbott Manor

Phone:
217-453-6090
Website:
Rufus Abbott Manor
Address:
1910 Ripley St
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Rufus Abbott Manor affords you the opportunity to stay in a Nauvoo Mormon Pioneer home! This historic home is just seven blocks from the temple and sleeps up to ten comfortably. Rufus Abbott started building this home in 1839 and finished it in 1845 just before his family left with Brigham Young to travel to Salt Lake City in February 1846. This home feels and looks like what it may have in the 1840’s thus letting you ‘Sleep Where the Pioneer’s Slept.'

The Nauvoo Grand

The Nauvoo Grand

Phone:
217-453-2528
Email:
info@nauvoowinery.com
Website:
The Nauvoo Grand
Address:
2015 E. Parley Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

This amazing turn-of-the-century home was built by Cecil J. Baxter and is still run by the Baxter family today. The decor and luxury makes it a perfect place to stay.

Willard Richards Inn

Willard Richards Inn

Phone:
217-453-2182
Email:
contact@willardrichardsinn.com
Website:
Willard Richards Inn
Address:
950 White Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Willard Richards Inn is uniquely located in the heart of the Historic District in Old Nauvoo, the Willard Richards Inn has five guest rooms for you to choose from. 

Guest Houses

Biz's Cabin by the River

Biz's Cabin by the River

Phone:
309-333-0607
Website:
Biz's Cabin by the River
Address:
2160 North Highway 96
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Located just south of Nauvoo with a beautiful view of the mighty Mississippi, Biz's Cabin offers clean and simple accommodations with the comforts of home.

Brickhouse Nauvoo

Brickhouse Nauvoo

Phone:
480-703-6735
Email:
reservations@brickhousenauvoo.com
Website:
Brickhouse Nauvoo
Address:
40 N. Iowa Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

This lovely five bed/six bath home is located less than one mile from the Nauvoo Temple and can sleep up to 18 comfortably - making this a perfect choice for families!

Nauvoo Cottages

Nauvoo Cottages

Phone:
217-357-1042
Email:
Nauvoocottages1981@gmail.com
Website:
Nauvoo Cottages
Address:
1981 N. State Hwy 96
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Nauvoo Cottages are located just minutes south of Nauvoo with a wonderful view of the Mississippi! The property features two separate cottages in a peaceful setting.

Nauvoo Mansion on the Hill

Nauvoo Mansion on the Hill

Phone:
801-859-8473
Website:
Nauvoo Mansion on the Hill
Address:
1205 North Highway 96
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Experience Old Nauvoo in spacious elegance! Rent an entire mansion and bring your entire family. Located only 13 minutes south of Nauvoo.

Nauvoo Mix House

Nauvoo Mix House

Phone:
217-219-5994
Website:
Nauvoo Mix House
Address:
2205 Parley Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Built in 1846, the Mix House is located on historic Parley Street. This accurately restored home retains the feel of the period while providing modern comforts.

Nauvoo Vacation Villas

Nauvoo Vacation Villas

Phone:
800-453-6717
Email:
manager@nauvoovillas.com
Website:
Nauvoo Vacation Villas
Address:
2372 North County Road 900
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Among the many choices for Nauvoo accommodations, the condos at Nauvoo Villas offer a peaceful retreat for the busy tourist, families and other groups.

Sonora Town Hall

Sonora Town Hall

Phone:
309-221-7286
Email:
wetfam@frontiernet.net
Website:
Sonora Town Hall
Address:
970 E Co Rd 2100
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Dating to 1880, the Sonora Town Hall has been transformed into a wonderful guest house for honeymooners, couples and families.

The Nauvoo House

The Nauvoo House

Phone:
217-453-2246
Website:
The Nauvoo House
Address:
890 Main St
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Historic Nauvoo House is available to rent for overnight group housing. Located directly across the street from Joseph and Emma Smith’s Homestead and Mansion House.

Vacation Nauvoo

Vacation Nauvoo

Phone:
217-453-6090
Email:
stay@vacationnauvoo.com
Website:
Vacation Nauvoo
Address:
1390 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The largest provider of vacation rental properties in Nauvoo. Locally owned and operated, we represent over twenty homes in Nauvoo. 

Camping

Camp Eastman

Camp Eastman

Phone:
217-224-0204
Website:
Camp Eastman
Address:
750 E. County Road 178
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Camp Eastman is located 8 miles south of Nauvoo and is operated by the Boy Scouts of America. Campsite and building rentals are available year round for camping, weddings, retreats and more.

Camp Nauvoo

Camp Nauvoo

Phone:
217-453-9930
Email:
tinsleypenny@gmail.com
Website:
Camp Nauvoo
Address:
1095 S Warsaw St
Nauvoo, IL 62354

Camp Nauvoo is located in the Southwest corner of Nauvoo, on 30 acres of land, some with river views. The facility is ideal for church youth gatherings, family reunions, weddings, RVs, retreats, tent camping and more!

Nauvoo RV Park

Nauvoo RV Park

Phone:
(217) 453-2253
Address:
2205 Mulholland Street
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Nauvoo RV Park and Campground is a seasonal RV park and campground featuring 28 pull-through RV sites, tent sites, free WiFi and showers and laundry facilities. Bicycle rentals are also available. 

Nauvoo State Park

Nauvoo State Park

Phone:
217-453-2512
Email:
dnr.r4parks@illinois.gov
Website:
Nauvoo State Park
Address:
980 S Bluff St
Nauvoo, IL 62354

The Nauvoo State Park is located in the Southwest corner of Nauvoo, directly across from the Historical District. The Nauvoo State Park offers many amenities as listed out below. 

Museum

A house built by Mormons in the 1840s, remodeled by Icarians, and later owned by the Rheinberger family serves as the Nauvoo State Park Museum. The restored home features a wine cellar and a press room, and is the only Nauvoo wine cellar open to the public. This also is the location of Nauvoo's first vineyard, which has been producing grapes since the mid-1800s. The museum itself exhibits artifacts from all periods of Nauvoo's history, from Native American occupation to the introduction of Nauvoo Blue Cheese in the 1930s. The museum is staffed by the Nauvoo Historical Society and is open 1-5 P.M. from May 1 through October 15.

Fishing and Boating

Lake Horton, a 13-acre manmade fishing lake, is stocked for anglers wanting to catch largemouth bass, channel catfish and bluegill. Although there are no boat docks or boat rentals, a primitive boat launch is available. Only electric trolling motors are allowed.

Camping

Nauvoo State Park offers 150 camping spaces, equally divided between Class A and Class B areas. A youth group area is centrally located in the park. Don't forget to ask for permission--all campers must obtain a permit for overnight camping from the park office, and groups of 25 or more must get advance permission before entering the park. Make your reservation at online! 

Trails

At 1.5 miles, the park's main trail, Locust Lane, shows off some of the park's best features. As the trail winds around the lake and through timbered areas, hikers can see and hear a variety of birds .Visitors also will enjoy the 3/8-mile accessible loop trail from the campground. A short trail connects the main picnic and playground area to the dam, and a short, one-way trail lead's hikers to Gilligan's Island on Lake Horton.

Picnic and Playground Areas

If picnicking is in your plans while visiting Nauvoo State Park, you're in luck. The park features two picnic and playground areas totaling 20 acres. In addition to playground equipment for kids, you'll find tables, stoves and two shelter houses, one equipped with modern toilet facilities. A ball diamond and two parking lots round out the list of amenities.

Grape Bowl, Sod Stage and South Areas

The Nauvoo Grape Festival, held annually over Labor Day weekend in the Grape Bowl and Sod Stage area directly west of Lake Horton, coincides with the ripening of the grapes. The festival includes an hour-long program depicting Nauvoo's history. A pageant, which for more than 50 years has paid tribute to two Nauvoo industries, observes an old French rite called "The Wedding of the Wine and Cheese." The festival's carnivals, entertainment tents, arts and crafts exhibits, flea markets, buckskinners and car shows are held at the South Area, just south of the ball diamond.

Winter Sports

Sledding is permitted on the slopes adjacent to the dam of Lake Horton. Cross-country skiing is allowed along the trails when snow cover is adequate. Note that the modern restrooms are closed during winter months, as is the museum.

 

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