- While groups of 25 or more are welcome and encouraged to use the park's facilities, they are required to register in advance with the site office to avoid crowding or scheduling conflicts.
- At least one responsible adult must accompany each group of 15 minors.
- No Pets are allowed.
- Actions by nature can result in closed roads and other facilities. Please call ahead to the park office before you make your trip.
West of DuQuoin and south of Steeleville on the Randolph-Jackson County line is a unique 198-acre area known as Piney Creek Ravine State Natural Area. Purchased in 1972 for its rare plant species and other natural features, it is one of only two locations in the state where short-leaf pines grow naturally. Piney Creek Ravine is dedicated nature preserve within the Illinois State Nature Preserve system.
We hope you enjoy your stay. Remember, take only memories, leave only footprints.