Quality Inn & Suites
4313 N. Bell School Road
Loves Park, IL 61111
Phone: (815) 282-9300
Fax: (815) 986-1060
If you have a penchant for skating, simply head to the Carlson Ice Arena. This beautifully designed skating rink is spacious and makes for a beautiful atmosphere to spend your skating time in. They even have a gigantic seating area, where you can unwind after an strenuous skating practice. The place also offers skating lessons for kids and adults alike. Put on your skates and come here with your family for a splendid time!
Guilford Center Park recognizes the value of recreation and relaxation and thus provides tonnes of facilities and opportunities for the local of Guilford to visit this place and benefit from. The park houses two tennis courts that are accessible to the public and also organizes several programs for recreation for both children and adults.
Nascar stock car racing and novelty racing take place on Saturdays April-October, and Wednesdays May-mid-August.
Visit the Earl F Elliot Park and Golf Course in Rockford and fall in love with this picturesque green expanse. This 18-hole course can be the perfect place for you to hone your golf skills. There is also a practice area which is laden with lights and is available for use in the evenings.
At this park, you can engage in any number of activities that you wish to. You can take a peaceful stroll on one of their hiking trails. Or you can drop by here on a mundane afternoon for a serene picnic lunch with your family. The park features picnic tables for your convenience. There is also a space reserved in the park for Baseball practice.
The midwest's largest public water park, with SplashBlaster water coaster, wave pool, body slides, tube slides, SplashMagic River, Little Lagoon, Caribbean SplashMagic Island, sand volleyball, lounge chairs, lockers, concessions, and picnic areas.Two Dark intertube, The Abyss
The Anderson Japanese Gardens are a treat for the senses and a tranquil retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Cascading gardens with waterfalls and beautiful floral ornamentations ensure a peaceful time offering you the opportunity to connect with your inner self. The various trees planted translate the purpose of Anderson Japanese Gardens, from being a mere soothing destination to an educational one. Guided tours are arranged on prior intimation to help you connect with the nature. The garden also features a restaurant allowing you to dine close to nature.
Placed near the Rock River, the Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens is a beautiful space that is brimming with locals and tourists who visit it to admire its beauty. A lot of thought has been put into the design and layout of the entire place and it is replete with colourful and several plant species. You can walk peacefully along the river trail or visit their charming garden. There are sculptures in some places in the area and waterfalls and fountains as well. This place is a must-visit in Rockford!
A large floral clock, gardens and lagoon.
Situated along the Rock River, Rockford's early settlers crossed the ford at Founder's Landing and laid the foundation for Rockford's industries. It was known as the 'Water Power District'. The park commemorates the pioneering spirit of the founders of this settlement. The statues of Germanicus Kent, Lewis Lemon and Thatcher Blake bear witness to the tenacity of these pioneers that has established Rockford as an industrious, socially conscious community. The Davis Park is an ideal venue for outdoor festivals, marquees, gala events and concerts.
155 acres of rare and unusual trees and shrubs on a 1.5 mile trail.
Built in 1835 by fur trader Stephen Mack, this is one of the area's first settlements.