Popular Illinois Vacation Rentals
Find the perfect Illinois vacation rental
Vacation rentals with Wi-Fi
Vacation rentals and apartments with air conditioning
Apartments and vacation rentals with a kitchen
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Illinois?
You can book a vacation rental in Illinois for as little as $67 per night.
Is it possible to compare different vacation rentals in Illinois?
Tripping.com offers great selection on vacation rentals with 30,487 offers currently available in Illinois.
Finding the perfect vacation home has never been easier. Tripping.com searches the world's top vacation rental sites to find the best properties in 190 countries worldwide. One search lets you filter, compare and sort over 10 million available vacation rentals from trusted partners including HomeAway, VRBO, TripAdvisor, Booking.com and more. When you use Tripping.com to plan your trip and book your vacation rental, you never have to wonder if you're getting the best deal.
One of the most celebrated midwestern states, Illinois has everything from small town charm to the windiest of cities. Home to the city of Chicago, Illinois has a claim on one of the greatest cities in America. From a history of gangster activities, the the jazz-age, to raising Abraham Lincoln — Illinois has a rich culture to explore. With walking trails, lake-side vacations and manicured small-towns, the state displays a variety of life.
Things to do in Illinois
Chicago of course is the most popular area of Illinois as the state’s major and unparalleled city. Springfield, the capitol of Illinois, is famous for its ties to Abraham Lincoln who lived there for years. Springfield is like a living Lincoln museum, with historical sites all around.
Best cities to visit in Illinois
Chicago, the windy city on Lake Michigan, is one of the largest cities in the country. Chicago is famed for its gangster history and world-class attractions drawing hoards of visitors. See the Millennium Park, as well as the Lincoln Park Zoo and the Art Institute of Chicago. Aurora and Rockford are smaller cities in Illinois, but also worth checking out.
Best small towns in Illinois
Galena in Illinois is known throughout the Midwest as one of the best small towns to visit. Wirth wineries and breweries, Galena keeps you occupied — you can even rent a hot air balloon! Mount Carroll is another charming small town, with its beautiful streets to walk through and a vibrant art and theater community. Fulton is a town that celebrates its Dutch heritage, and is proud to feature a large windmill, as well as the “Dutch Days” festival.
Best lake vacations in Illinois
Chicago lies on Lake Michigan, meaning that getting to the water isn’t a long haul for locals or visitors. The largest lake in Illinois, Lake Michigan has many nearby rentals for a vacation. With beaches, boats and bike trails, Lake Michigan is at your fingertips. The Chain O’Lakes waterway has 15 lakes that are connected by channels, giving you a wide spread of land to choose from. Carlyle Lake is perfect for sailing, and is the largest lake in the area.
Best National Parks in Illinois
Illinois has many national parks that go through parts of the state. The Trail of Tears, commemorating the Cherokee people goes through Illinois. The Mormon Pioneer historic trail goes through five states, including Illinois. Lastly, the Lewis & Clark historic trail that covers a whopping eleven states can also be found through Illinois.
Popular Day Trips Near Illinois