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The Weinberg-King State Park is a state park and recreation area in Augusta, Illinois. It covers 772 acres of area situated on the western edge of a glacial till plain that was created as a remnant of ice sheets of the Illinois Glaciation.

The Weinberg-King State Park is named after the Weinberg-King family who formerly owned the properly. The family donated the original 500-acre land to the state in 1968. Today, the park is known for its steep hillsides and the picturesque Williams Creek. A good amount of bird and other animal species can also be found on the site.

Visitors of the Weinberg-King State Park can enjoy fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, horseback riding, and snowmobiling (during the winter months) at the site.
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