Camping in picturesque preserves in and around Beloit is a perfect getaway. The green, wooded areas are home to dozens of campsites, all open to public use. Relax in the cool maple grove, roast s’mores into the night, and try your luck at fishing!
Other than fishing on your camping trip, you can enjoy swimming and scuba diving. Or just take in the beauty of tree-lined shorelines and beaches.
80 Hononegah Rd.
Rockton, IL 61072
P: (815) 877-6100
The Forest Preserves of Winnebago County provides three campgrounds for general public use. The campgrounds provide paved access roads, running water, electric hookups, restrooms, and dump stations for your camping needs.
1220 Dearborn Ave.
South Beloit, IL 61080
P: (815) 389-1479
Each campsite features water & electric hook-ups, a picnic table, campfire pit with many sites offering sewer connections. A clean & modern bath house adjacent to the beach is open 24 hours per day and offers flush toilets & shower facilities.