A suburban extension of Beloit on the border of Illinois and Wisconsin along the scenic riverfront of the Rock River and Turtle Creek, South Beloit residents enjoy good schools, beautiful parks, and a growing economy. If you’re looking for beauty Northern Illinois’ most popular state park (Rock Cut State Park) is just down the road, along with two lakes (Lake Victoria and Pearl Lake), and where Turtle Creek meets the Rock River there is an urban ecology center (Nature At The Confluence) that offers the community a place to celebrate the natural and historical significance of the land. If you have a need for speed you can visit Blackhawk Farms Raceway where cars and motorcycles can be found racing on the 2-mile track each weekend. Chicago, Milwaukee, and Madison are all within 90 miles. This diverse and beautiful city has attracted roughly 8,000 residents with the average home selling for $230,000.