Rend Lake Hunting & Fishing Cabin
Cindy @ Coy & Wilma's Campsites + Cabins
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Not suitable for infants or toddlers
Minimum age of primary renter:21
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
great family get away!
This was a great location! The cabin was clean and welcoming. We had a great stay!
Glad that you enjoyed your stay and we hope that you will keep us in mind the next time you come to Rend Lake....Cindy
Nice property, poor service
We’ve stayed there before, and it is a nice place to stay. We didn’t have any problems the first time, but this last time there was lack of communication on which cabin we were actually staying in, and poor service once we got to the property when we needed help.
We were booked for the medium cabin and moved to the barn (large cabin), which is fine, but with the cooler weather, it was cold and the heat could not keep it at a comfortable temperature. No one showed up until 9 PM the following night to turn on the secondary heaters, but by then, we had that figured it out due to another issue we had and called for help. After turning those on, it was comfortable, but that was after we endured 24 hrs of cooler temps in the cabin.
Overall, it’s conveniently located near our permanent camping group so we will stay there again, just hope they work on the communication and service issue!
Absolutely loved it!
It was spotless and a good location for us.
Thanks so much for your kind words, Mike! We're glad you loved our little spot next to the lake and hope to see you again!
FISHING AT REND LAKE:
Rend Lake is a relatively shallow lake and is quite popular and productive for both sport and commercial fisherman alike. At 18,900 acres, it is one of Illinois largest and best lakes for fishing Crappie, Channel Catfish and Hybrid Striped Bass and Bluegill. Fisherman have also started to talk about the opportunities for taking out large flathead catfish as well. Also, a commercial fishing program is conducted each winter which allows the general public to purchase fresh buffalo, carp and other commercial species.
HUNTING AT REND LAKE:
Rend Lake has earned the reputation of being one of the best waterfowl hunting areas in the state for ducks and geese. The Rend Lake Hunting Preserve managed by the Rend Lake Conservancy district features dams located across the Big Muddy River and Casey Fork Creek. The upstream areas they impound, are planted to a variety of crops and flooded when mature for optimum waterfowl hunting. There are goose pits at Whistling Wings Access Area and staked locations throughout the Casey Fork Sub impoundment. There also are considerable acreages at high elevations that provide excellent habitat and opportunity for archery and firearm deer hunting. Another popular attraction is the annual controlled pheasant hunt held at Wayne Fitzgerald State Park.