Jubilee College State Park
||Located 5-8 miles west of Peoria on US 150. Entrance to
park is about 2 miles west of Kickapoo on the north side of US 150
||Jubilee is situated in the Illinoisan drift-plain, and is deeply
eroded into many complex valley systems, from near-level ridgetops and
floodplains to steep slope ravines. Bedrock exposures are numerous and include
shale, sandstone, limestone and coal.
The highest elevation is 660 feet. The topography and Jubilee Creek
constitute an aesthetically pleasing environment for outdoor recreation
activities, and provide habitat for numerous wildlife and fish species.
Camping, picnicing, mountain biking, hiking . birding and other activities are
trail map of Jubilee College State Park
|Commonly Seen Birds
Over 160 species of birds are present. And wild turkeys, stocked in 1988, call
||The 3200 acres of woods makes a good habitat for migrating
There are over 40 miles of dirt and grass loop trails at Jubilee, about 80%
of which are also open to mountain bikes.