The McCully Heritage Project is a natural area made up of 940 acres of hills and hollows in Calhoun County, Illinois. The project offers 15 miles of hiking and horse back riding trails, two ponds for fishing and turtle watching, a wetland with a boardwalk, a hill prairie plot and more. Hiking is pleasant even in the summer as the wooded trails provide plenty of shade. Facilities are available for group activities, large and small. The focus of the McCully Heritage Project is upon cultural and environmental enjoyment, education, and preservation. The general public is welcome to hike, picnic, bird watch, and enjoy the natural beauty of the site. Primitive campsites are available. These sites include a fire ring and a picnic table and are suitable for one to two tents. Pit toilet restrooms are available. Group camping is also allowed. Please call ahead to make arrangements and check availability. A donation is requested for all camping activities. Visit the website for info: