Bloomington, IL Summer Camps

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East Bay Camp
Hudson, IL 61748  
Aquatic Activities, Arts and Crafts
 
 
Camp Peairs
Hudson, IL  
Season: Year-round.;Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts
 
 
Timber Pointe Outdoor Center
Hudson, IL 61748  
Aquatic Activities, Archery, Arts and
 
 
Central Illinois Holiness Assn
Normal, IL  
Traditional Camps
 
 
Easter Seal Camp Heffernan
Hudson, IL  
Traditional Camps
 

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About Bloomington, IL

Bloomington is a city in McLean County, Illinois, United States and the county seat. It is adjacent to Normal, Illinois, and is the more populous of the two principal municipalities of the Bloomington-Normal metropolitan area. When mentioned together, they are known as the "Twin Cities", "Bloomington-Normal", "B-N", "Blo-No," or "BNorm." On its own, Bloomington is known affectionately as "Bloomtown" or "B-Town", and residents are "Bloomies". The mayor of Bloomington is Steve Stockton. Looking northwest from the east side of the downtown square, about 1910 The area of today's Bloomington was at the edge of a large grove enjoyed by the Kickapoo people before the first Euro-American settlers arrived in the early 1820s. Springing from the settlement of Keg Grove, later called Blooming Grove, Bloomington was named as county seat on December 25, 1830, when McLean County was created. When the County of McLean was incorporated a county seat was established. However, the legislation stated the site of Bloomington "would be located later." James Allin, who was one of the promoters of the new county, offered to donate 60 acres of his own land for the new town. His offer was accepted and Bloomington was laid out. Its lots were sold at a well-attended and noisy auction on the 4th of July 1831. At this time there were few roads, but rich soils brought new farmers who began...




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