Board a Starved Rock Lodge Trolley and travel to the “Belle of the Rock”, an authentic paddle wheel boat or the Canal Boat. For a leisurely cruise on the picturesque Illinois River with optional dinner or lunch. It’s the summer’s best adventure!
Join us for a cruise aboard Belle of the Rock. This tour is offered every Monday & Thursday evening from June-September. Tour includes a Trolley Shuttle to…more details
LAND & WATER CRUISES on “BELLE OF THE ROCK”
Offered: June – September, Mondays @ 11:00 a.m. & Saturdays @ 9:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. Ticket Price: $40.00 per person.Please call 800-868-7625 ext. 386 for reservations
Tour includes a historical trolley ride, hot lunch at Starved Rock Lodge, and a leisurely 1-hour river cruise on the “Belle of the Rock”, an authentic paddle wheel boat. It’s the best way to enjoy the summer weather & take in great views of nature along the way!
CASUAL DINNER & EVENING CRUISES
Offered: June – September, Check-in:5:15 p.m. & runs from 5:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Mondays & Thursdays Ticket Price: $38.50 per person. Please call 800-868-7625 ext. 386 for reservations
Board a Starved Rock Lodge Trolley and travel to the “Belle of the Rock” an authentic paddle wheel boat. For a leisurely cruise on the picturesque Illinois River. After the cruise the trolley will bring you back to the Lodge, where you will enjoy a special dinner served with cheesecake.
CANAL BOAT & TROLLEY TOURS
Offered: May – October, Every Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Ticket Price: $39.00 for adults / $33.00 children (10 and under). Please call 800-868-7625 ext. 386 for reservations
Join us for a slow-paced tour that showcases the importance of the Illinois River and the Illinois & Michigan Canal through history. Start off with a delicious Hot Lunch in the rustic dining room at Starved Rock Lodge. Next, board one of our trolleys for a ride to our State Park’s Visitor Center. Your trolley will also take you on a relaxing ride to the Canal Boat located in LaSalle. Step back in time to 1848, with period-dressed interpreters aboard a 1-hour, mule-pulled canal boat ride. Finish the tour with a final stop at the Lock 16 Visitor Center. Each passenger will receive a commemorative souvenir.