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Crystal Springs

Crystal Springs may be near Fairbury, but it is a world apart from city life.


The 73-acre park just south of Fairbury offers recreation and a variety of wildlife viewing opportunities in a location that is less than five miles from civilization.


Two spring-fed lakes and a third man-made pond provide fishing opportunities for visitors. A variety of fish, from large-mouth bass to catfish and blue gill, are available for catching at Crystal Springs. Trout were stocked within the last year.


Crystal Springs also includes campgrounds with RV hook-ups, picnic areas and playground equipment.


Birdwatching is also a main attraction of Crystal Springs, as many varieties of migrating birds have been seen at the park. Recently, eagles have been seen at the park, drawing in new birdwatchers.



Admission: Rates: $4/night; $6/night with electricity. (Honor system) Showers and restrooms available April-October. 46 units. No pads.
Address: Southwest of Fairbury - Take 3rd Street West to Frederick.
Phone: (402) 729-2148

This park and lovely campground are open year-round. Beauty and serenity surround you for a day or a week.

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Fairbury City Museum

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Jefferson County Courthouse

The Fairbury Journal-News once printed that the Jefferson County Courthouse was not a museum, but perhaps it should qualify. Business is still conducted daily but visitors may wish to stop in just to have a look at the building and it's contents. Built in 1891 at a cost of $60,000

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