• Follow the Highway: Fulton and Morrison

    There are plenty of things to see and do as you drive into Fulton.
    De Immigrant, an authentic Dutch windmill sits high above the sky. Across the street is the Windmill Cultural Center where you can see a collection of 21 miniature windmills from 10 European countries.
    For more information and more things to do in Fulton visit: cityoffulton.us

    Drive though the Covered Bridge on your way to Morrison-Rockwood State park. Then see Lake Carlton at the state park. Have a picnic, go camping, fishing, boating, or just walk through the park to see an abundance of wildlife.

  • Happy 207th Birthday Abe!

    For score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal-November 19, 1863

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Fun Facts!

  • The first name proposed for the Lincoln Highway was the Coast-to-Coast Rock Highway.
  • By 1927 90% of Americans owned an automobile.
  • The Town of Fulton, Illinois has an authentic, working Dutch windmill.
  • Chicago Heights Illinois is known as The Crossroads of the Nation, because the Lincoln and Dixie Highways intersect.
  • The very first Seedling Mile is located in Malta, Illinois.