Welcome to Cedar Hill River Cabins

Cedar Hill River Cabins are located on the Ohio River Scenic Byway surrounded by the beautiful Shawnee National Forest of Southern Illinois. Our cabins are nestled on 11 acres in the Shawnee Forest on the Ohio River, five miles from Elizabethtown, Illinois and one mile downriver from Tower Rock National Recreation Area.

Our Cabins

We have seven private and spacious rustic décor cabins of various sizes. Our pet friendly cabins are equipped with fully furnished kitchens, gas grills, air-conditioning, TV with dish network, hot tub, Jacuzzi tub, and much more. Cedar Hill is located on the Ohio River and has over 800 feet of river shoreline and a picturesque limestone bluff and natural spring.

Loft CabinsOur two loft cabins that are perfect for the couple or small family looking to relax and enjoy the resort.
One Bedroom CabinsThese hotel style perfect cabins are a great choice for campers on a budget.
The River HouseA spacious cabin for family or friends to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Ohio River.
Two Bedroom CabinsThe two bedroom cabins are perfect for couples and families to enjoy the river.

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Located on the historic Ohio River Scenic Byway, Cedar Hill offers a diverse range of activities: Garden of the Gods with its beautiful natural rock formations, cliffs and hiking trails; Cave-In-Rock State Park featuring the 55-foot wide historic river cave discovered by French explorers in 1729 and a 15-car capacity ferry, operating between Cave-In-Rock and Kentucky. The Ohio River Scenic Byway is full of natural splendor and history.

Garden of the Gods
Garden of the GodsOne of the most photographed locations in the state, Garden of the Gods' scenic beauty is extraordinary. In the recreation area you can hike, camp, nature watch or picnic.
Shawnee Hills Wine Trail
Shawnee Hills Wine TrailThere’s no need to travel to Burgundy or Napa Valley to experience a truly authentic wine culture. Within a few hours drive from St. Louis is the first formed wine trail in the state of Illinois and some of the oldest vineyards in the state.
Cave-In-Rock State ParkOverlooking the scenic Ohio River, the heavily wooded park is named for the 55-foot-wide cave that was carved out of the limestone rock by water thousands of years ago.

Wedding Reservations of the Entire Property Available!