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Tara Point Inn and Cottages

Tara Point Inn and Cottages

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618-786-3555
lat: 38.9722785 long: -90.4438171

Located less than a mile north from the banks of the Mississippi, Tara Point represents the quintessential midwestern getaway. With great views of the confluence of the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers and a serene campus to boot, Tara Point is an idyllic romantic getaway for all couples. It was mentioned as such in the Midwest Living magazine where they penned it “the riverside romantic retreat.”

Beside views of the majestic Mississippi or the idyllic surroundings, Tara Point reigns supreme in other ways. The site has everything from small cottages to corporate housing to romantic rooms for couples. The staff at Tara Point takes guests’ time seriously, and as such offers free continental breakfast every day. This takes the stress out of figuring out what to eat in the morning for those eager to explore all Grafton, Illinois has to offer. 

Grafton Harbor is also just minutes from Tara Point. Here visitors can visit the winery, bar, oyster-bar, or take a boat-tour down the mighty Mississippi. Nature lovers can take the short drive over to Pere Marquette State Park to experience the best regional park for bald eagle watching from December to February. 

Whatever your reason is for visiting Grafton, Tara Point is the perfect spot to stay and visit the surrounding area. 

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Red Star Access Site

lat: 37.3156208 long: -89.5126263
Arrow Rock

lat: 39.0685825 long: -92.9457706
Front Loop

lat: 38.82679 long: -90.21614
Red House Path

lat: 37.3008461 long: -89.5186713
Francis Quadrangle

lat: 38.94607 long: -92.32836
Miami to Big Muddy

lat: 39.32615 long: -93.22803
Lewis and Clark Nature Trail

lat: 38.77314 long: -90.4821
Trail of Tears Access

A boat ramp that allows visitors to access the Trail of Tears

lat: 37.4539977 long: -89.4625079
Trail of Tears Memorial

Explore the Trail of Tears State Park to delve into a somber chapter in American history. Here, nine Cherokee Indian groups crossed the harsh winter Mississippi River in 1838-1839 during their forced relocation to Oklahoma.…

lat: 37.4439902 long: -89.468381
Trail of Tears Overlook

A breathtaking viewpoint overlooking the Trail of Tears State Park. Car access is available

lat: 37.4490937 long: -89.4764524
New Haven Public Access

lat: 38.61434 long: -91.21069
Noren Access Path

lat: 38.5894 long: -92.17918
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