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Horseshoe Lake State Park

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Only minutes away from St Louis on Highway 111, Horseshoe Lake offers waterfowl, pheasant, and dove hunting; camping, fishing, hiking and cross-country skiing. The 2,850-acre park, which includes a 1,200-acre natural oxbow-shaped lake, was home to thousands of Native Americans who built nearby Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site.

Location: 3321 Highway 111, Granite City Illinois 62040 Telephone 618-931-0270

Other Illinois State Parks nearby:
(Plainview) Beaver Dam State Park
(Carlyle) Eldon Hazlet State Park
(Cairo) Fort Defiance State Park
(East St. Louis) Frank Holten State Park
(Granite City) Horseshoe Lake State Park
(Baldwin) Kaskaskia River State Park

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