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A bustling city right on the Illinois state line, Beloit serves as a gateway to Wisconsin. Settled by New Englanders in the early 19th century who were drawn to Beloit's level fields and water sources – both the Rock River and the Turtle Creek meet here – Beloit grew to become a city of cultural diversity and innovation in manufacturing and industry.

For travelers, Beloit's location and abundance of natural wonders are a boon. The Rock River valley looks similar to the scenery of New England and made the early settlers feel at home. Head north, and you'll easily access one of the Midwest's largest cities, Milwaukee, a 90-minute drive from Beloit. Turn east, and some of the Great Lakes Region's top attractions await. Wherever you go, RV rentals in Beloit are sure to take you to experiences exciting and new.

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A ‘Mammoth’ Walk Back to the Ice Age

Head out on the road with your travel trailer rental from Beloit and follow the Rock River Trail Scenic and Historic Route. If you prefer to pick sections to do over a stretch of time, you can follow either the Beloit to Waupun route for 148 miles or the Beloit to Village of Theresa route for 144.5 miles. Hardier adventurers may want to saddle up for a trip from Beloit to Edgerton, or one of the many sections that span the bike route.

For a walk back to the Ice Age, tackle the "mammoth" walk that is the Ice Age National Scenic Trail an hour's drive away in the camper rental from Beloit. Fifteen thousand years ago, a massive glacier blanketed much of North America: The trail traces the glacier's edge and spans an incredible 1,200 miles through areas rich in opportunities for hiking, wildlife viewing, and horse or bike riding. Don't forget to have your national park passport stamped at various locations.

Rent a motorhome in Beloit and experience the mighty Mississippi about 120 miles to the west. At 240,000 acres and 260 river miles, the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge covers parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois, and features wetland, forest, and river ecosystems. The refuge forms part of the Mississippi Flyway for more than 300 bird species and is an angler's paradise for its haul of walleye, largemouth bass, and crappie.

Where to Park Your RV

You’ll find the closest campsites for the RV rental from Beloit, WI in South Beloit, across the border. Still, it’s less than a 10-minute drive offering access to full hookup sites, restrooms, and showers. If you intend to stay within the state, the closest option is in Milton, about a half an hour’s drive from Beloit. You’ll be rewarded with plenty of camping options here where most of the sites have full hookups, restrooms, and showers. Around town, you’ll find plenty of gas stations so you can set off farther out in search of a perfect campsite.

Illinois’ Rock Cut State Park is another option as it has full-service sites, access to restrooms and showers, and a lake nearby with plenty of kayaking and fishing options. You could also consider parking your Beloit motorhome rental in the Walmart parking lot in town. Get the manager’s approval, and you just might have a place to stay for a night or two.

Come and Experience BIFF

Beloit has such a varied dining scene that you could easily be overwhelmed by the choices it offers. For starters, Asian, Italian, and Mexican cuisines are well-represented. There is also a bounty of fine dining, fast food, and food truck fare. On top of that, you have a bustling farmers' market in the heart of historic downtown and numerous grocery and convenience stores to pick up ingredients for your favorite meals. Wash it all down with handcrafted beer or dry reds and sparkling wine from a nearby winery.

Up and coming local artists are given space to showcase their work in Beloit. The Beloit Art Center is one of several places where this happens, featuring work that ranges from watercolor to oil paint to photography. Anyone interested in the arts may also want to pick up a paintbrush or roll their sleeves for painting and ceramic pottery classes.

Befitting a city with a history going back to 1836, Beloit boasts a clutch of historical sites and attractions built shortly after the city founding. Some examples include the still functioning Beckman Mill with its own pond and sawmills displays, the restored 1830's home of a fur trader that is now the Macktown Living History Education Center, and the 40-acre wooded campus of Beloit College. Founded in 1846, the college is Wisconsin's oldest. Explore the two museums found in the campus and several animal effigy mounds dated between AD 400 to 1200.

Make travel plans in late February to early March and rent an RV in Beloit for the Beloit International Film Festival or BIFF. More than 100 independent films are usually featured during the event and are screened at several venues downtown. This is your opportunity to meet filmmakers from around the world and have a front row seat witnessing narratives, documentaries, and short films.

For a city its size, Beloit has plenty more to offer. Book an RV rental in Beloit, dig deeper, and travel farther. As one of the gateways to the upper Midwest, Beloit puts you on the right road to a fantastic journey ahead.

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