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Being located in southern Wisconsin means that if you book an RV in Janesville, you'll be close to not only Madison and Milwaukee but also Rockford in Illinois. The area around Janesville is mostly flat with the occasional gently rolling hill, and it is approximately 60 miles west of Lake Michigan.

Much of the history of town is related to the United States Civil War, as this city was very active and provided a substantial amount of grain to the Union army. When you rent an RV, you’ll notice that much of the surrounding area is still cropland, but grain isn’t all that this city provided. Janesville, WI stands out as one of the counties in Wisconsin where the most men enlisted to fight.

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The Great Outdoors

When you rent a camper rental in Janesville, you will want to get out and explore all that nature has to offer in the area. Just north of the city is Lake Koshkonong, a lake that is over 10,000 acres large and is a good place to boat, swim, and fish. The lake has a few public boat landings, and fishermen are able to catch Panfish, Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Catfish, and even Walleye from the waters.

If Lake Koshkonong isn’t big enough for you, then you may want to head due east to Lake Michigan. This massive Great Lake is only about 60 miles away and is an amazing place to point your luxury motorhome rental from Janesville. When you approach its western shores, it will feel as big as the ocean. On Lake Michigan the use of boats of all size, surfing, fishing, and enjoy long relaxing days await you.

But don’t worry, there are more than just bodies of water to explore with your motorhome rental from Janesville. South of the city, down near Rockford, is Rock Cut State Park. This state park is spread over 3,000 acres and includes forests, streams, viewpoints, lakes, and more. While at the park you may partake in a hike, ride horses and bikes on trails, camp overnight, or visit the cafe to grab a quick bite in between having fun.

RV Parks

When you book a camper rental in Janesville, you will probably need a location to park for the night. While the majority of RV parks in close proximity to the city are located to the north, up near Lake Koshkonong, there are a handful of RV parks that surround the lake, so it shouldn’t be hard to find a place to stay a night or three while you enjoy your Janesville RV rental.

Of the various RV parks near Lake Koshkonong, you’ll find everything you’d hope in terms of staying conditions. There are full hookups available, with water and 15/30 amp power supplies, and many of the different parks offer both pull through spots as well as back in ones. There are also showers, convenience stores, and some of the RV parks offer pools and basketball courts.

RV parks that are closer to the lake itself are more ideal for guests who want to park their RV and enjoy the lake on foot or by bike. While the parks that are a little further away may be less busy, some provide amazing views and options to enjoy a day out with family. So don't count these out when you travel in your Janesville travel trailer rental.

Exploring the City

What Janesville may lack in big city draw it makes up for with small city charm, and the Rotary Botanical Gardens are one of the many beautiful attractions that Janesville has. These award-winning gardens encompass over 20 acres of land, throughout which there are 24 different garden styles with approximately 4,000 varieties of diverse plants. Visitors to the gardens can explore on their own at their own leisure, or sign up for a garden tour and have all their questions answered.

If gardens aren’t your favorite thing, then you may be happy to learn there are two 18 hole golf courses located in town, each with its own distinct style and difficulty. Riverside Golf Course, as you may have guessed, follows the Rock River and uses the natural curve of the land to influence their holes. On the other hand, the Janesville Country Club is a more traditional course surrounded by sprawling neighborhoods.

When the hunger bug hits, there are plenty of different food options in Janesville, though two of the largest influences being American and Chicago style restaurants. If you are looking for pizza, then you’ll have no problem finding plenty of restaurants to choose from, and on the main strip, you'll find plenty of other options as well. If you prefer to cruise around and get a feel for the restaurants you’ll want to head down Highway 24, locally known as Milton Ave, as it has plenty of restaurants to suit your needs, as well as the rest of your group.

Should it be a quaint Wisconsin town you are seeking, consider a travel trailer rental in Janesville. Walk along a trail, watch a sunset, enjoy the local cuisine, and take in the scenery. Rent an RV in Janesville, and enjoy exploring the area.

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