Facilities: Areas have fire rings and picnic tables (Please DO NOT move fire rings). The pavilion has bathrooms and showers. The bathhouse at the pool is also available.
Activities Available: fishing, swimming, Sunday worship, Pond or River canoeing (both require extra charge)
Electric Hookups: You must provide your own extension cord for electricity. (30 amp & 20 amp limited)
Natural setting: Gale creek borders the campground and feeds into Paul’s Pond. LOMC has 640 acres with forests, hills, meadows, ravines, native prairie, and miles of hiking trails.
Local Services: Shopping areas, churches, restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations are available in the town of Oregon, 1 mile north of LOMC.
The use of drugs, tobacco, alcohol, weapons and abusive language is prohibited.
Use of the Pond: If you would like to fish in our pond, you must have a valid license; Illinois fishing laws apply. Please bring your own equipment.
One bass per day, 14” or longer, may be kept. All other bass must be returned to the pond. Six bluegill are allowed per day. Bluegill and Red Ear not kept must be released back into the pond. Boats (other than authorized and supervised LOMC canoes) are not permitted on the pond.
LOMC is not responsible for lost items or damage of personal property.
NOTICE TO GUEST: LOMC Ministries reserves the right to refuse any individual or group access to our grounds without explanation. We are not responsible for accidents, damage or injury to our guests or for loss of money or valuables of any kind.
Daily & Group Rates
Daily rates include use of the site, sports fields and equipment, and swimming pool (open Memorial Day to Labor Day)
$20/day per unit of 4 people
$4/day per person for more than 5 people per unit
Electricity- $5.00 per night (30 amp and 20 amp limited)
Electricity- $2.00/person each night
In the event of bad weather, the picnic pavilion in the tent & trailer area is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Reservations have first priority.
Tent & Trailer Campground facilities are available on weekdays and weekends, early May to mid-October