Change Your Perspective with Zip Chicago

If you’re planning a romantic getaway near Starved Rock State Park in Illinois, you should consider taking a Zip Chicago Canopy Tour. Zip Chicago offers world-class tours for adventure seekers of all skill levels. Their Canopy Tour is one of the highest and longest in the state, and they are the only licensed zip tour in Illinois. Zip Chicago is committed to visitor safety, and their tour is carefully designed and inspected according to every safety regulation.

Once you check into your cabin rental or vacation house rental, you can head over to Zip Chicago, about a 35 minute drive, to take a look at their tour packages and pricing. They offer a basic zipline tour that includes professionally trained guides, a safety introduction, high tech safety equipment, a 2:12 guide/participant ratio, and the use of eight ziplines, 2 suspension bridges, and dual racing lines.

They also offer a short tour, which includes professionally trained guides, a safety introduction, high-tech safety equipment, a 2:12 guide/participant ratio, and the use of 2 ziplines and 2 suspension bridges. Finally, they offer a night tour, which includes the same features as the basic tour, with the addition of glow sticks. Man riding zip line

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Why Choose Us

  • Cabins near Starved Rock? We are the only mom & pop cabin rental property in this area like what we offer!
  • Our property is host to 17 cabins in varying sizes.
  • The only cabin lodging near Starved Rock State Park like what we offer.
  • They are spread throughout 55 acres of beautiful wooded property in north central Illinois.
  • Just a 1 1/2 – 2 hour drive from the Chicagoland area here in Illinois with a multitude of things to do. Click Here for the events calendar.
  • Kishauwau Country Cabins offers rental luxury vacation cabins for weekend, weeknight, and all-week getaways here in Illinois. Now renting our largest cabin for Baby/Bridal Showers and Business Meetings Sunday – Thursday from September – May. Please call for details.
  • Four state parks close by – Starved Rock State Park, Matthiessen State Park, Buffalo Rock State Park, and Illini State Park.