Beloit Dog Park

2425 Springbrook Court
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-364-2929

Visitors and residents can enjoy this 2.5-acre fenced park with their furry friends during normal park hours from dawn to 10:00pm. A walking trail along Springbrook Creek at the east end of Leeson Park leads to the park entrance. Dog owners are required to either pay the daily fee at the drop-box at the entrance gate, or purchase a dog tag from the City Treasurer’s office, 100 State St.

Big Hill Park

Afton Road & Big Hill Road
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-364-2929

Big Hill Park is one of Beloit’s most scenic sites. Located on the bluffs of the Rock River, this 190-acre park boasts nature and hiking trails, an environmental education center, a picnic shelter, restrooms, play equipment, cross-country ski trails and a scenic overlook with spectacular vistas.

Free Admission.

Leeson Park

Milwaukee Road
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-364-2929

Entrance at Milwaukee Road and Leeson Drive. 39-acre Leeson Park offers a variety of leisure activities for the community to enjoy. The baseball diamonds are open to the public, two shelters can be reserved for picnics and gatherings, and a creek runs throughout the heavily wooded area. The road continues throughout the park allowing easy access to all of its amenities.

Pearl Lake

1220 Dearborn Avenue
South Beloit, IL 61080
P: 815-389-1479
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Pearl Lake’s natural shoreline boasts one of the best kept beaches for swimming and summer fun, including a large deck with beach bar and music on weekends. Renowned for its startling clarity and depth, the lake hosts dive masters and novices alike. Depths of up to 85 feet ensure clear viewing of the freshwater habitat. Pearl Lake Supper Club, open weekends April through October, occupies an all-glass building overlooking the lake…a perfect place to unwind after a day at the beach!

Riverside Park

Riverside Drive, Hwy 51
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-364-2929

The crown jewel of Beloit is Riverside Park, located on the banks of the Rock River. The park buzzes with activity all through the year, but it really comes alive during summer. This 23-acre park is home to famous Turtle Island Playground; Beloit River Walk, a 3.5 mile paved walking/bike path around the Rock River; the Harry C. Moore Pavilion and the Rotary River Center. Paddle boats and tandem bicycles are available for rent. The park also features fishing, ice skating on the lagoon, two picnic shelters, play equipment, lighted tennis courts, concessions and restrooms.

Free Admission.

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Turtle Island Playground

1200 S Riverside Dr.
Beloit, WI 53511
P: 608-364-2929

Designed around the adventures of Beloit native, Roy Chapman Andrews (the original Indiana Jones!), kids can dig for fossils, climb on dinosaur bones, splash in the fresh water “creek”. Open daily from sunrise to sunset, April-October.



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