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Keep Stonehouse Park Open!

Stonehouse Park is a beautiful, peaceful campground located in southern DeKalb County, Illinois. The park has hosted many events over the years including medieval reinactments, air soft games, WWII reinactments, music festivals, and many others.

Concerned neighbors are trying to get the park shut down. Complaints include lost event goers asking directions (an issue easily rectified by errecting better signage) and loud music throughout the night (this is addressed in the amended permit) during events. The Sheriff's department has also expressed concerns about their ability to perform their duties; however, the park does employ security (including off-duty police officers) at events.

The proposed amendment (and future revisions to said amendment) can address these concerns. Instead, the DeKalb County Planning and Zoning committee would rather see the permit denied. If denied, the park could immediately revert to agricultural zoning, which would have marginal benefits for the community and county. Inversely, if allowed to continue, Stonehouse Park can bring outside revenue, jobs, music, arts, and culture to the area.

Please sign this petition if you believe that Stonehouse Park should continue to operate and that the DeKalb County Board should approve the amendment to Stonehouse RV Park special use permit.



If you are a resident of DeKalb County and wish to show further support, we strongly encourage you to print and sign this physical petition:

You can also help us collect signatures between 8AM and 5PM on May 5th, outside of the Sycamore/DeKalb Walmart ( 2300 Sycamore Road, DeKalb, IL). You can also bring petitions that you have already signed in order to turn them in.

Thank you all for your immense support!



NOTE: This petition will be emailed to the DeKalb County Board. Let them know how you feel!

Information regarding the DeKalb County Board can be found at their website:

Information regarding Stonehouse Park can be found at their website:

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