The confluence of Turtle Creek and the Rock River is where the history of our community begins. Stop in to learn about the amazing history of the land at the confluence of Turtle Creek and the Rock River. This Open House is hosted by Nature At The Confluence and Rock River Trail and you are invited to come at any time between 11am and 3pm. You can learn about the Rock River Trail History Trail and the Scenic and Historic Route, learn about Ke-Chunk, the largest Ho-Chunk village that was located here and see “Ke-Chunk Ciporke”, a sculpture by Ho-Chunk artist Truman Lowe. Walk our trails and learn about the restoration work we’re doing at Nature At the Confluence. Refreshments will be served and we’ll have special pricing on Beloit and Rock River history books.
About the Rock River Trail – The Rock River Trail covers 320 miles in 11 counties in Wisconsin and Illinois. Located along this trail are many sites of significance in the deep and varied history of this region. the Rock River Trail has 11 intriguing trails to explore. So check them out, then head out to explore the beautiful Rock River and its charming river communities…each with its own character, history, and features for you to discover.
Part of Beloit Heritage Days – September 10-12. Click for all Events
We invite you to come dig up some historic adventures during Beloit Heritage Days – September 10-12, 2021. Come delve into the rich and fascinating history of the people who made this beautiful place along the Rock River their home