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Loweny Motel
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Route 36, Pittsfield

The Loweny Motel in Pittsfield, Illinois situated Route 36 can be contacted by phone +1 217 2852129. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Green Acres Motel
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625 West Washington Street, Pittsfield

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Pine Lake Resort
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R.R. 3, Pittsfield

The Pine Lake Resort in Pittsfield, Illinois situated R.R. 3 can be contacted by phone +1 217 2856719. Here it is unfortunately not yet possible to book online.
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Pittsfield:

Pittsfield is a city in Pike County, Illinois, United States. Pittsfield's drinking water supply is provided by Lake Pittsfield, an artificial reservoir held in by an earth and concrete dam. The 200-acre (0.81 km2) lake is located within a 680-acre (2.8 km2) park that has become a prime recreational area offering boating, fishing, RV and primitive camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities. Pittsfield, along with the bulk of Pike County, is located in the land between the Illinois and Mississippi rivers as they move toward convergence in St. Louis. The land is riddled with streams and bottom lands mostly draining through the McGee Creek drainage basin into the Illinois River. Thus, the land around Pittsfield and Pike County is much more hilly and forested than the rest of the plains of central Illinois. This geography, combined with a relative lack of heavy development, make the areas around Pittsfield particularly suited to wildlife. Pittsfield regularly attracts large numbers of out-of-state game hunters, and Pike county consistently leads all other Illinois counties in the number of deer harvested during fall hunting seasons.

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