Beloit offers beautiful campgrounds where you can be at one with nature. Get together with friends and family at one of the many campsites. Experience recreational activities such as hiking, canoeing, fishing, and even scuba diving.
The Hononegah Campground is a historic picturesque reserve. Campers will drive over the Rainbow Bridge and into a cool maple grove. Try out the beautiful hiking trail, or go fishing in the Rock River. Explore numerous campsites in the Winnebago Indian Campground.
Pearl Lake not only features a unique resort, but also campsites popular to families and camping clubs. Witness the beauty of the 35-acre Pearl Lake and go fishing, swimming, or scuba diving in the pristine waters.
The Sugar River Campground is a preserve built on a large sand terrace. It overlooks the scenic Sugar River. The campground features 80 campsites, especially popular are the pine tree campground and primitive camping right on the banks of the Sugar River. Make the most of your camping trip with games of basketball or volleyball, or even a relaxing canoe trip across the river.