Arcola is a city located in Douglas County, Illinois. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 2,652.
Web Sites and Links
Arcola Chamber of CommerceOffers calendar of events, attractions, shopping, lodging, and area map. Home to the Hippie Memorial, Raggedy Ann Museum and Festival, Broomcorn Festival, and birthplace of Johnny Gruelle.
Arcola JayceesMember and projects listing, latest newsletter, membership form, photos, and a calendar of events.
Arcola Unit SchoolsEvents and sports information, alumni news, contact information.
Olde Brick WallSpecialty collectibles and gift shop offering tinware, light fixtures, candles, redware, homespun fabrics, folk art and primitives. Photo gallery and location included.
Rankin Publishing Company, Inc.Publishes a number of magazines including Discover Central Illinois, RAGS, Raggedy Ann Festival Issue, Maintenance Sales News, Busline, and Broom, Brush and Mop. Subscription information included.
Rockome GardensPark offers rock and floral gardens and is located in the Amish area of Arcola, IL. Offers location and special event information.
Simply AmishHandmade Aspen, Mission, and Shaker style wood furniture. Includes dealer locator and products.
The Illinois Amish Interpretive CenterMuseum dedicated to the Amish culture, tracing the history of the religion and providing a glimpse into lives of Illinois Amish. Features authentic exhibits of contemporary and historical objects and artifacts.
The Official Raggedy Ann and Andy MuseumIncludes photographs of museum, news, and biography of creator, Johnny Gruelle.
Vyverberg's Family Department StoreRetailer offering Amish keepsakes, Broomcorn and Raggedy Ann festival t-shirts, dolls, Arcola souvenirs, crafts, custom draperies, collectibles, and gifts.