Tag: Eastern Region in Marshall

  • Clark County Genealogical Library

    Founded in 1975, the Clark County Genealogical Library is a non-profit concerned with the collection and preservation of genealogy and Clark County’s local history. The library houses historical records including family history, county births, deaths, marriages, and war, census and cemetery records. Visit Clark County Genealogical Library to discover Clark Read more [...]

  • Lion Statues

    Can you find all 40 of Marshall, IL’s lion statues! Painted statues scattered throughout the community tell a story of life in Marshall. Complete Marshall’s Lion Statue scavenger hunt on your next trip!

  • World’s Largest Gavel

    Visit the World’s Largest Gavel at its home in Marshall, IL! Carved from red oak, this massive gavel guards the Marshall Courthouse doors. Be sure to add it to your list of things to see on your next trip to Marshall, IL.

  • Tatum’s Place

    Tatum’s is a small town boutique featuring women’s apparel and accessories. They offer a high-end experience with prices for all budgets and styles for all wardrobes. Stop in and see what’s new at Tatum’s Place when you visit Marshall, IL.

  • Super 8 by Wyndham – Marshall

    This straightforward budget hotel is off Interstate 70, 2 miles from Downtown Marshall and 16 miles from Terre Haute. Lincoln Trail State Park is 6.3 miles away. All rooms include en suite bathrooms, desks, TVs with cable channels, coffeemakers and minifridges, plus some include microwaves. Upgraded rooms come with Jacuzzis. Read more [...]

  • Stone Arch Bridge

    Visit an important piece of the region’s history on your next ILLINOISouth adventure. In an area once known as Calvert Hallow, Army engineers built the Stone Arch Bridge over a century ago as part of the National Road. Each stone was shaped by hand and no mortar or concrete was Read more [...]

  • Mill Creek Park

    On the Lincoln Heritage Trail Road, the 2,600 acres of land, with 811 acres of water, provides camping, cabins, trails, boating, fishing and biking.

  • Lincoln Trail State Park

    Whether you are looking for history, unusual plant life or recreation, Lincoln Trail State Park has something to interest you. Located just west of IL Rt. 1, 2 miles south of Marshall in Clark County, the area is named after the trail Abraham Lincoln’s family followed en route from Indiana Read more [...]

  • Harlan Hall

    Built in 1872, the two-story Victorian brick building featured a livery stable on the first floor and an Opera house. Harlan Hall now serves as a community center with the second floor dedicated as the National Road Welcome Center. The community center, which can seat up to 220, is available Read more [...]