Ina Exit Boat Dock

Is This Your Business?

You will find action like you have never seen. So many men it is overwhelming. At the parking lot down the rock road there is a lot of action. There are places to go into the woods if you want or just in your car. Lots of college action from Rend Lake College just down the road. A lot of Interstate action as well.
Crowd: Lots of action of all kinds.

Go north on Interstate 57 to Ina exit, or south of Mt Vernon. Take Ina exit and turn left or west, you will see a gate and a stop. You can go to the boat ramp just ahead or to the right down a rock road to a small parking lot.
  • Crowd:Lots of action of all kinds.
  • Hours:All the time.
    Best times: Evenings and weekends
    Dates open: All the time.
  • Cruising Info/ Tips:Just show up.
    Cruisiest Spots: Parking lot on the rock road and the boat ramp.
  • Wheelchair Accessible:No
  • Warnings:mosquitos.
    Warnings: They say the locals know about it and many aren't too supportive, so be careful.
whos coming to Ina Exit Boat Dock
  • dudes look out tommyguns08 is not for real i think he is COP

    Commented on 3/17/2009 5:11:41 AM

  • Went to Ina area today area near campus woods razed...all brush taken down. Small lot near boat dock too. Pulled into lot near campus to just look and trooper passed by then came back. Unless you are a hunter with tags it a done place.

    Commented on 9/23/2008 4:32:14 AM

  • U.S.A. Ina, Illinois Rend Lake boat dock and parking lot near college campus. The parking lot has been a great place to hook up and go into the woods. Police are shutting down any and all activity in these areas. Two men were beaten while playing in the woods and one women was raped. A sting operation netted over 200 arrest for gay activity on Federal property. I personally was questioned by the police as to why I was parked in the parking lot near Rend Lake College, which was tough to explain. Fortunately for me I was told to leave and never return.....

    Commented on 9/2/2008 12:48:45 PM

  • looking for a jo buddy let me know when and where no one ever here any more

    Commented on 3/30/2008 5:49:04 AM

  • I visited the area on August 31. I went to the parking area near the campus. I got there about 6pm. A few cars. Only one person in sight. About 6:30 a park ranger drove up. He took out a pad and I think he was going to write down license plates. I left quickly. Not sure if I'll go back. Has anyone else been there when the ranger came?

    Commented on 9/9/2007 9:37:06 AM

  • The parking area down the rock road is definately blocked off. There is still action around the parking lot where fishermen put their boats in the water but be careful of the fishermen. The area on down the road towards campus still has action. I've been lucky a couple of times in the park at the restrooms near camping areas

    Commented on 6/10/2007 6:22:01 AM

  • where does everyone go now looking for action but dont see anyone anymore

    Commented on 6/6/2007 5:17:47 AM