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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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Attractions and Upcoming Events

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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Campbell Bros. Circus Mural

The Campbell Bros. Circus and other highlights of historic Fairbury are captured on this mural on the side of Globe Rexall Drugstore in downtown Fairbury.

The picture was created by Echo & Jeff Easton & Greg Holdren. The scene is 140 feet long & 38

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George Winslow Monument

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Four Corner Survey Marker

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