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Ferne Clyffe State Park

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Located south of Marion in Marion County in southern Illinois, this park is packed with the fascinating plants and geological formations of the scenic Shawnee Hills. Trails wind past some of the park's most interesting features, including an intermittent waterfall and the largest shelter bluff in the South Region of Illinois.

Location: PO Box 10, Goreville Illinois 62939 Telephone 618-995-2411

Other Illinois State Parks nearby:
(Cave-in-Rock) Cave-in-Rock State Park
(Golconda) Dixon Springs State Park
(Goreville) Ferne Clyffe State Park
(Metropolis) Fort Massac State Park
(Makanda) Giant City State Park
(Murphysboro) Lake Murphysboro State Park

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