Siloam Springs - Fall Creek Hunter Fact Sheet
2012 - 2013 Season
INTRODUCTION: The Fall Creek Unit of Siloam Springs State Park was originally developed as a rest area that overlooks the Mississippi River valley in southwest Adams County. Although the area has a limited acreage, it contains high-quaility forested habitat and provides quality archery deer hunting opportunities.
LOCATION: Siloam Springs State Park Fall Creek Unit is located three miles southwest of Payson or twelve miles south of Quincy in Adams County.
|Total Acres: 222||Non-Forested Acres: 32||Water Acres: 2 (Fall Creek)|
|Huntable Acres: 190||Forested Acres: 190|
The area is comprised of a mixture of wooded ravines with crop fields present
on the ridges and in the creek bottoms. Many of the crop fields have been idled
and established to perennial grasses. In others, natural succession of woody
plants is occurring at various stages. The woodlands consist of a relatively
young stand of oak-hickory timber with some interspersed brushy fallowed pasture
|DEER (BOW ONLY)||STATEWIDE||STATEWIDE||Illinois archery deer permit required.|
No other species may be hunted at this site.
It Shall Be Unlawful:
OTHER SITE FACILITIES: Hiking trail
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Siloam Springs State Park, 938 East 3003 Lane, Clayton, IL 62324. (217) 894-6205
Equal opportunity to participate in programs of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) and those funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other agencies is available to all individuals regardless of race, sex, national origin, disability, age, religion, or other non-merit factors. If you believe you have been discriminated against, contact the funding source's civil rights office and/or the Equal Employment Opportunity Officer, IDNR, 1 Natural Resources Way, Springfield, IL 62702-1271; (217)785-0067; TTY (217)782-9175.