Streator offers hotels and vacation homes as alternatives for your stay.
Camping is also available in the surrounding areas.
Visit us and stay overnight in one of our hotels.
The AmericInn is located at 1705 N. Bloomington St. Amenities include an indoor pool, free breakfast, and high-speed internet.
The Starved Rock Motor Inn is located at 2110 N. Bloomington St. Amenities include a lounge area, free continental breakfast, and high-speed internet.
Vacation homes offer an alternative to hotels. They are also a nice alternative for families who would need more than one hotel room. Streator offers two vacation homes.
The Baldwin House is located at 204 E. Kent St, across from the Streator City Park. This fully furnished home located in Streator is a hotel alternative for short term lodging. The home comfortably accommodates up to six persons.
Additional information can be obtained via email StreatorBaldwinHouse@gmail.com or contact Toni Pettit at 815-510-0658.
Chef Tom's Guest House is located at 205 W. Wilson St. The house is a refreshing new alternative for travelers, visitors, business people and extended families, to have another choice for overnight stays. For more information, call Tom at 815-257-1025.
Bayou Bluffs is located 15 miles south of Streator at 604 E. 2350 North Road in Cornell. Off the busy highways but easily accessible, the peaceful BAYOU BLUFFS area along Rooks Creek and the Vermillion River once served as a hunting ground for the Kickapoo and Potawatomi Indian tribes. The “Bluffs” area was also chosen by the settlers of the 1830’s for its wood, water, and stone and these are the same things that appeal to campers of today.
This 300 acre farm with 82 acres of woodland and two miles of water frontage allows a hiker a chance to wander, and the fisherman a chance to try his luck in the surrounding creeks, river and our 3 acre stocked pond. For more information, call 815 358-2537.
Starved Rock State Park is located 35 minutes from Streator. The campground inside this popular state park dates back to the early 1900s. It has 133 Class-A premium sites, complete with electricity. The bath house has showers and flush toilets (and also serves as an emergency storm shelter). Aside from the scenic beauty and flourishing wildlife, people enjoy the way the park is laid out with open grassy areas that are conducive to pitching a tent.
Most camping slots are outfitted with standard 20-amp plugins, plus a 30-amp camper hookup. A limited number have 50-amp hookups for big travel trailers. Weekend reservations for the Starved Rock campground fill up fast, so plan well in advance. Make online reservations at: www.reserveamerica.com.