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Friday, September 23, 2016

Fort Massac State Park In Metropolis

Above, The Beast is poised to go to Illinois. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Thanks to Jim Hambrick, owner/operator of the Super Museum in Metropolis, Illinois, I know where I'll be staying while in town.

I asked Jim if there's any place to "boondock" in Metropolis and he suggested the Fort Massac State Park instead, which is not too far from the Super Museum and has a campground with electrical hook-ups.

According to Reserve America:
Dedicated the first Illinois state park in 1908 and overlooking the Ohio River at Metropolis Illinois, this park has a military history predating the Revolutionary War. 1802 reconstructed fort, statue of George Rogers Clark, museum and visitor center.

It looks to be an interesting place to camp The Beast at.

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