All Places in McLeansboro

  • Deep South

    Order your southern food favorites from this veteran owned and operated BBQ restaurant in McLeansboro. Deep South’s family friendly environment, killer food and amazing daily specials will keep you coming back for more. Your BBQ adventure in ILLINOISouth must include Deep South! Check them out today, then let us know Read more [...]

  • Main Street Diner

    Enjoy all-day breakfast and lunch and dinner specials that can’t be beat at Main Street Diner in McLeansboro, IL. Stop by any day of the week during your next ILLINOISouth adventure in McLeansboro.

  • Trackers Lodge

    Host your special event at Trackers Lodge & Banquet Hall. This multi-level event space in McLeansboro, IL is perfect for weddings, birthdays, and community events.

  • McLeansboro City Pool

    The City Pool has been offering splashing fun to the young and the young-at-heart for half a century. The season begins with Memorial Day and ends with the return to school in August. The pool offers swimming lessons and private parties. Contact City Hall for prices and times.

  • Southern Illinois Trophy Bowhunting

    Southern Illinois Trophy Bowhunting in McLeansboro, IL offers archery and firearm hunting on over 5,000 acres of land. This land is home to managed populations of trophy whitetail deer. Southern Illinois Trophy Bowhunting cultivates the land and the wildlife so that it is perfect for bow hunters. In order to Read more [...]

  • Lexi Lane Boutique

    Find your new favorite outfit at Lexi Lane Boutique on your next trip to McLeansboro, IL. Lexi Lane specializes in women’s clothing and home decor items.

  • Corner Knob Primitives

    Corner Knob Primitives is a gift store/boutique in McLeansboro, IL. They sell handmade items including soy candles & tarts, goat’s milk lotions and soaps, and lip balms. You can also find body, room, and pet spritz, scent sachets, anti-aging serum, and other beauty items made in-store. They also carry a Read more [...]

  • Rogers-Dewitt Park

    The 58-acre park features a nature trail with two foot bridges, a meadow and a fishing pond. Primitive camping sites, a night sky observation station, and additional educational features are being developed.