Illiniwek Forest Preserve is a 174-acre park along the Mississippi River. It has 60 campsites with water and electric and 25 primitive campsites. It has five miles of multiuse trails. Originally designed as single-track, they feature some of the longest sustained climbs and descents in the area. The scenic overlook trail meanders along a bluff and offers great views of the Mississippi River Valley. Anglers can fish from the shore or access the Mississippi from the boat ramp. Just down river from Lock and Dam 14, the preserve is a great place to view bald eagles during winter.