Despite its growth in the last 30 years, Kishauwau's Starved Rock Area Cabins remains a real mom and pop operation.
“We’re here full time for the guests if they need anything. It’s a family owned and operated company. Kishauwau's has been in my husband's family since day one," Terisa King, co-operator of Kishauwau's with husband Jamie King, said. "There's a personal touch to everything we do. We love sharing with guests why this place is so special."
That close-knit family atmosphere is infectious when staying in Kishauwau's cabins.
"Cabins are a great way for couples and families to reconnect, it really cuts down on the screen time. Parents love that their kids get to be unplugged for a week. They talk about how they sat around and played board games for the first time in years. Every single one of them leave saying it’s the best vacation they’ve ever had, which is so humbling," Terisa said.