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Devils Kitchen Marina and Campground is located on the northern end of the Devils Kitchen Lake. Campground offers 25 RV sites with electric and water hookups and 20 primitive sites. Open air pavilion with picnic table, grills, and large fire ring are provided. The Marina offers pontoon boats, fishing boats, canoes, and kayaks for rent. There is also provision for fishing and biking.

Location: 1625 Tacoma Lake Road, Carbondale Illinois 62901 Telephone 618-457-5004 Fax 618-457-5004

Other RV campgrounds and dealers nearby:
(Eddyville) Bear Branch Horse Camp
(Marble Hill) Castor River Park
(Carbondale) Devils Kitchen Marina and Campground
(Alto Pass) Hutchins' Creek Camping
(Vienna) Triple T Cedar Lake Ranch
(Glenallen) Twin Bridge Park

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