Step back in time to a simpler way of life. Enjoy a friendly, family atmosphere where you are encouraged to sit and relax. The staff provides down to earth service and fresh hot food that ranks an A+ with the locals on all levels. All visitors welcomed! Daily specials and a selection of home-made pies are always available. Travel the back roads on the weekends and try the Swedish pancakes from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. You’ll be glad you did!
Experience the Good Life!
Good’s offers a fun day of shopping, followed by a night of pure relaxation. Each room is tastefully appointed with furniture collections featured in Good’s American Furniture Showplace store
Johnson-Sauk Trail State Park is for all seasons and offers exploration of fields of wildflowers, an opportunity for a lazy summer picnic amidst the giant oaks, fall colors with cool night, or fun in the snow with cross-country skiing. It is a recreational destination offering untouched natural beauty.
The recreation area is located on a Trail that Sauk Indians used in their treks between Lake Michigan and the confluence of the Mississippi and Rock Rivers. The recreation area’s centerpiece is the 58-acre lake with two and a half miles of shoreline with boating and fishing opportunities. A hidden secret fisherman’s paradise the lake is stocked with large mouth bass, crappie, bluegill, channel catfish, bullhead, muskie, and northern pike.
You will experience a rolling prairie, pine plantation, and inside bottom land forests. Hike the trails and find an array of woodland and prairie wildflowers. Early spring brings skunk cabbage, a rare prairie find that sometimes blossoms in the snow. White-tailed deer, raccoons, squirrel, opossum, and rabbits are among the myriad of wildlife found in the park. Birders have ample opportunities to catch sight of chickadees, nuthatches, goldfinches, and hundreds of other avian visitors.
Johnson Park is one of the DNR’s most popular hunting sites. Pheasants are released daily during the season. Pursue a deer with your bow and arrow or shoot your shotgun for dove and squirrel. Reservations and fees are required.
Gather the troops, pack the picnic basket (nine picnic areas are available to choose from with tables and cooking stoves) and head to Johnson Sauk Trail State Recreation Area. The park is located six miles south of Interstate 80 and five miles north of Kewanee on Illinois Route 78. Travel the back roads to 1,365 acres of recreational opportunities. Johnson Sauk Trail State Recreation Area Map, Johnson Sauk Trail State Park, Lake Info
Kewanee Dunes has been going strong for over 85 years. If you’re looking for a great day of golf in Henry County, look no further than the Dunes. This 18-hole championship course features beautiful mature trees, fast greens, and great fairways. All skill levels will enjoy the 6,832 yard, 72-par course. Warm up or improve your game on putting greens, driving range and sand traps. You can even enjoy a delicious meal in the clubhouse, Greenside Grill or Roy’s Place to celebrate. We offer plenty of space for any size group to relax and socialize.
A welcoming sight as you enter Geneseo from the I-80 corridor, exit 19. Lionstone Brewing is a great place to gather with friends. A fun, tasteful designed interior compliments the creative food entrees and beer selections, changing with the seasons.
Lionstone Brewery and Gastro Pub is a combination production brewery and tasting room.
Watch the beer brewed from your seat, entertainment for brew aficionados. Start off with a sampling flight of beer, a plethora of flagships and experimental beers are offered. Try the pub pretzels with the house made dipping sauces. Play a game of Jenga while you wait for your food.
Try the wood fired pizza or brisket sliders or the weekly food specials – always clever and delicious! For dessert try the Lionstone Puffs, dessert pizza or the waffle Sunday.Lunch, dinner, or a night out, Lionstone is at the top of the list!
A Taste of Sweden
Wander into P.L. Johnson’s for lunch offering vintage decor of a Swedish grandmother’s parlor which was the old Bishop Hill hardware store. Bask in the friendly, warm atmosphere bustling with friendly courteous staff tending to customers and pots bubbling on the stove. Swedish meatballs with a creamy sauce with noodles is a local favorite menu offers a variety of Swedish themed sandwiches/meals and American fare. Sip on lingonberry iced tea and select a daily delicious dessert topped with ice cream if you should choose. Open lunch all season, dinners watch Facebook for updates.
PL Damron’s Bakery Cafe – Homemade Goodness!
Follow the crowd to PL Damron’s Bakery Cafe and dine in a beautifully preserved historic building where everything is homemade from the soups to the entrees. PL Damron’s Cafe is known for its fresh baked bread, bakery treats (try the cinnamon and caramel rolls!), and pies. Barbecue is a house specialty with pulled pork, pulled rib, beef, and chicken served in a special barbecue sauce.
Wednesday through Saturday breakfasts are served featuring homemade sweet rolls, jams, breads, and quiche. Tuesday and Thursday evening specials just like grandma made. Friday call you can eat chicken buffet.
“The Scoop” Ice Cream hand scooped ice cream vanilla bean, chocolate, strawberry, chocolate chip cookie dough, rainbow sherbert, salted caramel, mint chocolate chip and cookies & cream.
PL Damron’s Cafe also offers some of the finest catering and banquet services in Henry County.