CRAWFORD COUNTY STATE FISH AND WILDLIFE AREA
Crawford County State Fish and Wildlife Area is located two miles west and one mile south of Hutsonville, and seven miles north of Robinson, Illinois.
The area is comprised of 1,129 total acres, with 1,100 huntable acres. Being roughly bisected from east to west by Huston Creek, the area is generally rolling. The area along the south side of the creek is more steeply rolling and forms a bluff. About 100 acres of bottomland are located adjacent to the creek, mostly on the north side of the stream. Some open land is incorporated into a tenant program to improve wildlife habitat and insure abundant, good quality grain foods for game species and other wildlife. The timbered areas are a high quality, mature oak-hickory type.
To reach Crawford County State Fish & Wildlife Area traveling from the north on I-70, turn south on Rt 1, proceed south 21 miles, turn right (west) on Eaton Road, go 1 mile to the site office on the left side of the blacktop. Traveling from the south from US Rt. 50 turn north on IL Rt. 1, proceed north 26 miles, turn left (west) on Eaton Road, go 1 mile to the site office on the left side of the blacktop.
Available game species include squirrel, deer, dove, woodcock, quail, furbearers, rabbit, and common snipe. Check at the Area Headquarters with the local Conservation Police Officer for seasons, bag limits, etc.