Be sure to keep an eye out for the Color Drive Flag.  Each official WELCOME BOOTH will be displaying this flag during the Color Drive Weekend !


LocationFishhook is Northwest part of Pike County in Fairmont Township. Many ways to get to Fishhook, one-way is 10 miles West of Perry off of Route 104. Another way is 30 miles east of Quincy on Route 104, or 6 miles North of Baylis on Rt 6. 
Our friendly folks in Fishhook will make your country outing an enjoyable one. In Fishhook we gather around and inside the Historic Old 1884 Methodist Church where you'll find antiques, collectibles, crafts, primitives, furniture, wood boxes, toys, home decor, jewelry, and tools.
FoodAt the Fishhook U.B. Church there will be a Fish Dinner and a huge BAKE SALE (Roll, Bars, Cookies, Pies, cakes and etc.) Saturday only. The Fishhook Town Hall will be serving biscuits and gravy for breakfast on Saturday as well as vegetable soup and chili, hot dogs, chips, tea, coffee, and hot chocolate, and a variety of desserts.  On Sunday, biscuits and gravy will be served again for breakfast, as well as ham and beans, chicken and noodles, a variety of desserts, and drinks.

Woodland Church will be having an open house with refreshments for their 150th Anniversary, from 8am-5pm on Saturday. Address Co. Hwy 6 between Fishhook and Baylis.

Contact Person Joan Quinn  217-338-4288 or 217-430-4685
Local Restaurants
Historical InterestsAt the southwest corner of the four way stop sign the Memorial Marker of Fishhook native Robert E. Hughes, the worlds largest man. 

Welcome Booth Location The Color Drive Flag will be hanging on the Old Methodist Church. You won't be disappointed, there's something for everyone. Have your Pike County Color Drive Maps stamped inside the Old Methodist Church. We'll see you in Fishhook, The End Of The Line.