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Pictured: Palmer Park

Wisconsin’s Park Place. We’re here with all the information you need to plan whatever your heart desires in a vacation. From outdoor adventure in our parks, trails and golf courses or a leisurely stroll back in time through our restored historic homes, this guide can help you plan it. If you find you need more information about anything mentioned here, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at the Janesville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau at 1-800-48-PARKS (7-2757) or visit our website at www.janesvillecvb.com.

Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 20 S Main St, Suite 17 Janesville, WI 53545 800-48-PARKS (7-2757) www.janesvillecvb.com

Our Mission: The Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (JACVB) exists to lead, support and promote the convention and visitor industry in this area by promoting Janesville, Wisconsin’s Park Place, as a prime visitor destination thereby creating a positive economic impact on the community and enhancing the quality of life. We are an independent non-profit 501(c)(6) corporation.

About janesville

welcome to janesville

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About janesville

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attractions

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great outdoors

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dining

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history

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city map/location

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accomodations

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ongoing events

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downtown

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community

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rock county

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Meetings & Groups

& shopping

Pictured on the cover: Rotary Botanical Gardens ©2010 Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau No part of this publication may be reprinted or otherwise reproduced without express written permission of the Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. Every effort is made to make this guide as accurate as possible. As information is subject to change without notice, we encourage readers to verify times, dates and other information listed in this publication. Photos courtesy of Susan Melton, Ed Bandi, Rotary Botanical Gardens, the Armory, Skelly’s Farm Market, Speakeasy, Janesville Performing Arts Center, Janesville Jets, Mercy Health System, Blackhawk Tech and Rock Aqua Jays. Map design courtesy of Bob Hackbarth.

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Pictured: Palmer Park

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Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 20 S Main St, Suite 17 Janesville, WI 53545 800-48-PARKS (7-2757) www.janesvillecvb.com

Our Mission: The Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau (JACVB) exists to lead, support and promote the convention and visitor industry in this area by promoting Janesville, Wisconsin’s Park Place, as a prime visitor destination thereby creating a positive economic impact on the community and enhancing the quality of life. We are an independent non-profit 501(c)(6) corporation.

About janesville

welcome to janesville

table of contents Page 2

About janesville

Page 3

attractions

Page 7

great outdoors

Page 9

dining

Page 11

history

Page 14

city map/location

Page 15

accomodations

Page 17

ongoing events

Page 19

downtown

Page 21

community

Page 24

rock county

Page 26

Meetings & Groups

& shopping

Pictured on the cover: Rotary Botanical Gardens ©2010 Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau No part of this publication may be reprinted or otherwise reproduced without express written permission of the Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau. Every effort is made to make this guide as accurate as possible. As information is subject to change without notice, we encourage readers to verify times, dates and other information listed in this publication. Photos courtesy of Susan Melton, Ed Bandi, Rotary Botanical Gardens, the Armory, Skelly’s Farm Market, Speakeasy, Janesville Performing Arts Center, Janesville Jets, Mercy Health System, Blackhawk Tech and Rock Aqua Jays. Map design courtesy of Bob Hackbarth.

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janesville attractions

ARTS & CUlTURE, NATURE, lOCAl FlAVOR, ENTERTAINMENT AND HISTORy

Pictured: The Armory Dinner Theater

arts & culture The Armory Dinner Theater 10 S High St 866-995-7400 www.janesvillearmory.com Built in 1930, used during

World War II by the 192nd Tank Battalion, and listed on the

National Register of Historic

Places, the Armory is now the area’s exciting dinner theater, restaurant and lounge! The

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The Hedberg Public library

316 S Main St 608-758-6600 www.hedbergpubliclibrary.org This award-winning facility is located in the heart of Janesville. In addition to traditional library services,

Hedberg Public library also features

changing exhibits, a gift shop, coffee shop and educational programs.

opened in 1923 and was renovated into a 637 seat theatre in 2004.

Well known for its acoustics, the

theatre is a comfortable space to sit back and enjoy a wide variety of performances including plays,

musical theatre, dance, music, and a visual arts gallery.

Janesville Performing Arts Center

theater seats 250 and offers

elegant dining in a theater setting.

408 S Main St 608-758-0297 www.janesvillepac.org

Open Thursday through Sunday,

The Janesville Performing Arts

entertainment is provided by

Center serves as the primary arts

talented, professional, non-equity

and cultural center for the greater

actors and musicians. The lounge

Janesville area by providing a home

offers modern, casual dining with

venue for 14 local arts groups. The

an extensive wine cellar.

auditorium is housed in the original

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Janesville High School, which

Pictured: Janesville Performing Arts Center


108 S Jackson St 608-754-4544 www.gazlo.com/marketplace/ businesses/janesville-womensclub/

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The Janesville Art league and gallery

are generally open daily for viewing during daylight hours. Call to confirm specific Garden, gift shop and guided tour hours.

The Janesville Art league was

Pictured: Rock Aqua Jays

established in 1894. The Art league is interested in and enjoys sharing experiences in the visual arts.

nature

Pictured: Palmer Park

Rotary botanical gardens 1455 Palmer Dr 608-752-3885 www.rotarygardens.org

Pictured: Rotary Botanical Gardens

If you’ve always wanted to see the gardens of the world, but couldn’t afford the airfare, we have the solution to your problem. Rotary Botanical Gardens is a 20acre botanical garden showcasing a variety of internationally themed and specialty gardens. It is dedicated to international peace and friendship, signified by the 20-foot sculpture at the Gardens’ entrance. Rotary Botanical Gardens has something for everyone and serves as an educational resource and renowned horticultural showcase. A unique gift shop in the visitor’s center offers gifts for all ages and tastes. The Gardens

Ice Age Trail

over 12,000 years ago, an immense flow of glacial ice sculpted a landscape of remarkable beauty across Wisconsin Highlights of the trail include: The Janesville to Milton segment which travels an abandoned railroad bed, converted for public use. Enjoy walking under a canopy of trees while taking in the great views on this segment. The Ice Age Trail also incorporates two paved recreational trails along a stream that was once a large glacier melt-water river. Another portion of the trail is known as the Devil’s Staircase segment. This segment climbs up a steep stone staircase and travels on the side of a bluff, along a natural shelf overlooking the Rock River. Natural

their pyramid, ballet, jumping and barefoot water skiing skills. The show features performers of all ages and skill levels. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged. you can even buy souvenir T-shirts and concessions to enjoy during the show.

• Show Times: 7 pm Wednesdays and Sundays, Memorial Day through July; 6:30 pm Wednesdays and Sundays, August through labor Day.

Janesville Jets Hockey Janesville Ice Arena 821 beloit Ave 608-752-JeTS www.JanesvilleJets.com The Janesville Jets is a Junior A team that plays in the North

Division of the North American Hockey league. The playing

season runs from September

beauty abounds here!

entertainment Rock Aqua Jays Water Ski Show Team Traxler Park, 600 n Main St www.rockaquajays.org

With the beautiful Rock River as

their backdrop, watch these talented,

national champion performers display

Pictured: Janesville Jets Hockey

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Southern Wisconsin AirFEST

Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport Hwy 51 between Beloit & Janesville 608-754-5405 www.swairfest.org

Wisconsin Wagon Company

An exciting airshow filled with a variety of interesting aircraft, high flying daredevils and captivating aviation maneuvers. One of the very best air shows in the world right here in Southern Wisconsin!

Only in Janesville can you tour the manufacturer of the

Rock County 4-H Fair

507 Laurel Ave 608-754-0026 www.wisconsinwagon.com

hand-crafted Janesville Coaster Wagons and other

solid wooden toys patterned after historic products of

the first half century. The tour will draw you into their toy

1301 Craig Ave 608-755-1470 www.rockcounty4hfair.com

making gallery and delight all who watch them create.

After the tour, you can purchase/special order a wagon

The oldest 4-H fair in the U.S. Tradition abounds from the numerous animals that compete every year to the carnival to every unique exhibit in between. The Fair is constantly evolving, showcasing amazing entertainment and a variety of activities for the whole family.

or toy of your own. Individual and family tours are given by appointment only. The tour lasts approximately one hour. Call to book tour times and confirm prices.

local flavor Janesville Farmers Market

100-200 Blocks of Main St 608-758-9359 www.janesvillefarmersmarket.com

Fresh flowers, vegetables, fruits, bakery and meat from local vendors. Event runs on Saturdays, May through October, 8 am to 1 pm.

Pictured: Queen Anne Style, Claremont Jackman House on Court House Hill

Historic Districts 608-755-3065

For a lesson in history and architecture all you need

to do is walk down our city streets. Janesville features 13 historic districts, many of which make perfect

walking tours. Historic districts include: Courthouse Hill, Jefferson Avenue, Bostwick Avenue, Columbus Circle, Pictured: Skelly’s Farm Market

Skelly’s Farm Market

West, Old Fourth Ward, North Main Street, South Main

2713 S Hayner Rd 608-757-1200 www.skellysfarmmarket.com

Street, East Milwaukee Street and West Milwaukee

Visit Skelly’s for top quality produce from strawberries

Post Office, Carriage Works Building, Cotton Mills and

to sweet corn to pumpkins and wholesome family

entertainment including a corn maze, hay rides, pumpkin speedway and more. Open June through October. 5

Prospect Hill, Benton Avenue, Conrad Cottages, Look

Street. Janesville is also home to at least 5 individually listed historic buildings including: The Armory, Old

Hugenin House. Brochures on the individual districts are available at the Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau office in downtown Janesville.

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attractions Pictured: Lincoln-Tallman House

Lincoln-Tallman House 440 N Jackson St Tour Information: 608-756-4509 www.rchs.us The tour of Janesville’s award winning historic house museum includes all five levels from the basement to the cupola, all restored to their 1857 splendor. This 26-room Italianate villa style mansion is the only private home still in existence in Wisconsin that can boast Abraham Lincoln as an overnight guest. Also included in the tour are the Tallman Horse Barn and Wilson King Stone House.

Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center 426 N Jackson St 608-756-4509 www.rchs.us

If you are looking for a way to complete your historical adventure or to add a little culture to your day, visit the Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center. The museum center, housed in the 1912 Prairie-style residence of Stanley Dexter Tallman, is the Rock County Historical Society’s newest facility. This museum provides onestop shopping for your historical needs. The visitor and ticketing center is located onsite, as well as a changing exhibit gallery, children’s interactive activity area, a gift shop and the administrative office of the Rock County Historical Society. Permanent Exhibits at Helen Jeffris Wood Museum include:

*Parker Pen Room - For much of its 100-year history, the Parker Pen Company was synonymous with Janesville. Items on display include early Parker pens, clocks, advertisements, historic photos, awards and books about the company’s products. *Pauline Pottery Exhibit. One of the most extensive collections of art pottery from Rock County created by Pauline Bogart Jacobus during the late nineteenth century. *A Portion of the George Kemp Tallman Gun Collection. The collection includes matchlocks, flintlocks, percussion muskets and pistols, and dueling pistol sets from the late 18th century and early 19th century.

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janesville great outdoors

Pictured: Ice Age Trail

parks, trails, golf & pools

parks Janesville—Wisconsin’s Park Place— offers diverse opportunities with its 2,590 acre system which includes 57 improved parks, including four regional parks, seven community parks, 31 neighborhood parks, greenbelts and open spaces. You’ll find an arboretum, a beach, an outdoor swimming pool, 15 tennis courts, six lighted softball fields, five sledding hills, ten miles of crosscountry ski trails, 25+ miles of paved bike trails and 15 picnic pavilions. Local Parks Riverside Park • Boat Launch • Wading Pool •  Baseball •  Fishing •  87 Acres with Nature Trails •  Sand Court Volleyball •  Play Equipment • Picnic Pavilions Palmer Park •  Camden Playground •  Wading Pool •  164 Acres with Nature Trails •  Sand Court Volleyball •  Tennis Courts and Softball Diamonds •  JACVB Visitor Information Center • Bike Path Lustig Park • Disc Golf Course •  32 Acres •  Wooded Nature Trail •  Pavilion 7

Rockport Park • Janesville’s Largest Park •  246 Acres •  Outdoor Olympic Swimming Pool with diving well, wading pool and bathhouse •  Peace Park Playground •  Six Miles of Hiking Trails Traxler Park •  Rock Aqua Jays Water Ski Show •  Boat Launch & Fishing •  Outdoor Hockey & Ice Rink •  Horticulture Gardens •  Sand Volleyball Court •  Play Equipment • Veteran’s Memorial Plaza Bond Park •  Tennis Courts • Basketball Courts • Baseball Field • Softball Field • Play Equipment Lion’s Beach •  Spring-fed Lake •  27 Acres •  Next to Rotary Botanical Gardens Janesville’s Leisure Services Division operates the parks system and recreational programs, 608-755-3030.

golf courses Bass Creek 1303 S Murphy Rd 608-876-6631 •  9 Holes, Par/Rating 36 •  Yardage 3,138, Slope 114

Blackhawk 2100 Palmer Dr 608-757-3090 •  9 holes, Par/Rating 34 •  Yardage 2,649 Cecelia’s 1901 Emerald Grove Rd 608-754-8550 •  9 holes, Par/Rating 36 •  Yardage 3,071 Glen Erin 1417 W Airport Rd 608-741-1100 •  18 holes, Par/Rating 71 • Yardage 6,849, Slope 121-126 Hackbarth Hills 3753 N County Road E 608-754-1156 •  9 Holes, Par/Rating 27 •  Yardage 1,070 Riverside 2100 Golf Course Rd 608-757-3080 •  18 holes, Par/Rating 72/70.9 •  Yardage 6,508, Slope 123 We have 18 area golf courses within 45 minutes with four in Janesville including: Blackhawk Golf Course 608-757-3090 Riverside Golf Course 608-757-3080 Glen Erin Golf Course 608-741-1100 Cecelia’s 608-754-8550 If you prefer to play with a Frisbee rather than golf clubs, our Disc Golf Course is in Lustig Park 608-755-3030.

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great outdoors

hiking/bike trails We’ve got plenty–25 miles of hiking and biking trails make up the Spring Brook Basin Trail. The first portions of the trail in Janesville were officially certified in 1985. Today, more than eight miles of the trail are open. The mission of the Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, Inc. is to preserve Wisconsin’s glacial heritage for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations. Detailed trail maps are available by calling 800-48-PARKS. Pictured: Rock Aqua Jays

pools Rockport Pool and Park features an olympic-size pool with diving well, wading pool, bathhouse with showers, and concession stand. If you would rather go to the beach, head on over to Lion’s Beach, open mid-June through mid-August, with sand beach and grass picnic area. Leisure Services: 608-755-3030

campgrounds Blackhawk Campground, 608-868-2586

Hidden Valley, 800-469-5515

Lakeland Campground, 608-868-4700

Pictured: JPAC Arts Fest

Lakeview Lodge and Campground, 608-868-7800 Hickory Hills, 608-884-6327

snowmobiling Rock County offers 226 miles of snowmobile trails. For more information: Snowmobile Hotline: 608-757-5458

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janesville dining & shopping dining, plazas, gift shops and specialty stores

Pictured: The Speakeasy

dining Unique and locally owned and operated restaurants abound, giving you a chance to taste what is unique only to Janesville. Here are just a few of the places we can call our own.

Hungry? Janesville has the cure for that. With over 100 restaurants we can satisfy almost any appetite. From prime rib, to hot dogs, Janesville serves up a diverse variety of dining establishments. Whether you’re tastes are simple, sophisticated or somewhere in between, you’re sure to find a dining option that is just right for you.

Locally owned fine dining restaurants include Alfresco Café, Lieutenants at the Armory, and the Metropolitan. Our casual dining facilities that are locally owned include 29 South, Bistro, Bunker Lounge at the Armory, Cursing Stone Pub, HHFFRRRGGH Inn, Kealy’s Airport Kafe, Kealy’s Café and the Speakeasy. A few of the ethnic food options include Cozy Inn, El Jardin, La Esquinita and Peking Restaurant.

For a complete listing of Janesville’s dining establishments, visit the JACVB website at www. janesvillecvb.com or pick up a dining guide at the JACVB offices downtown or the Visitors Center in Palmer Park. Pictured: Cozy Inn

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Many of our local bar and grill establishments offer great food in a great atmosphere including Looking Glass, Milwaukee Grill, Steve and Holly’s, O’Riley & Conway’s Irish Pub and Time Out Pub & Eatery. Deli and café restaurants include Luke’s Custard and Deli, Matt’s Dog House and Metro Market. Local pizza favorites include Jim’s Pizzeria, Lisa’s Pizzeria, Mac’s Pizza Shack, Sam’s Pizza and Tony and Maria’s Italian Pizzeria.

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You’ll find everything from custom handbags to books to jewelry to Packer memorabilia to items you’ll only find in Janesville. Here are a few of the shopping opportunities that Janesville has to offer: The Janesville Mall, 2500 Milton Ave, 608-752-2641. Features a regional Mall with over 70 stores including: Boston Store, JC Penney, Kohl’s and Sears. Pine Tree Plaza, E US Hwy 14: Features Home Depot, Gander Mountain, TJ Maxx, Michael’s Craft Supplies and Old Navy. This open air center also has a movie theater, restaurants and many other stores. Court Street Square, W Court St: Features Jimmy John’s Subs, Dollar General, Papa Murphy’s Pizza and Anytime Fitness. The Village Plaza, E US Hwy 14: Features ShopKo, Stamping & Scrapbooking, restaurants and other stores. Creston Park Shopping Center, Creston Park Dr: Features Office Max, JoAnn Fabrics, a restaurant and many smaller stores. Specialty Stores Packer/Badger Apparel: The Real Cheese Place 1334 Milton Ave 608-756-9188 www.wisconsincheese.com Historical Gifts: Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Gift Shop 426 N Jackson St 608-756-4509 www.rchs.us Specialty Meats & Gourmet Food: MacFarlane Pheasants Inc. 2821 S US Hwy 51 608-757-7881 www.pheasant.com Gardening & Gifts: Rotary Botanical Gardens Gift Shop 1455 Palmer Dr 608-752-3885 www.rotarygardens.org K & W Greenery 1328 E US Hwy 14 608-752-8917 www.kwgreenery.com

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Sunnyside Shopping Center, W Court St: Features CVS Pharmacy, a discount dollar store, and a restaurant. Janesville Plaza, 2505 Milton Ave: Features several arts and crafts stores, book store, restaurants, tanning salon and travel agency. Northgate Plaza, 3000 Milton Ave: Features Applebee’s, Big Apple Bagels and many specialty stores.

dining & shopping

shopping

Target Plaza, E US Hwy 14: Features Target, Factory Card Outlet and several smaller stores. WAL-MART Supercenter and Sam’s Club, 3800 Deerfield Dr: Features one-stop shopping with 36 general merchandise departments and grocery. Plaza One, 1905 Center Ave: Features Dunkin Donuts, Baskin Robbins, Quilt Center, Natural Foods and Asian Grocery.

Janesville Items: The Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 20 S Main St, Suite #17 608-757-3171 www.janesvillecvb.com Wisconsin Wagon 507 Laurel Ave 608-754-0026 www.wisconsinwagon.com Cheese: Basics 1711 Lodge Dr 608-754-3925 www.basicshealth.com The Real Cheese Place 1334 Milton Ave 608-756-9188 www.wisconsincheese.com Local Art: Raven’s Wish 2871 Liberty Ln 608-757-2622 www.ravenswish.com

Artisan Locale Gift Gallery 6 S Main St 608-314-0708 www.artisanlocalegiftgallery.com The Glass Garden 25 W Milwaukee St 608-754-3718 www.eglassgarden.com Rotary Botanical Gardens Gift Shop 1455 Palmer Dr 608-752-3885 www.rotarygardens.org Janesville Performing Arts Center 408 S Main St 608-758-0297 www.gazlo.com/jpac The Janesville Art League and Gallery 108 S Jackson St 608-754-4544 www.gazlo.com/ marketplace/businesses/janesvillewomens-club/ www.janesvillecvb.com

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janesville history

historic districts, antique shops and architecture We’re more fun than a history book, but just as valuable if history is your passion. Proud of their heritage, our residents have shown great dedication in restoration of the Janesville community’s early buildings and homes. Spend an afternoon downtown visiting antique shops and viewing Janesville’s historic districts! Historic Places Janesville was named in 1836 after

early settler Henry Janes who traveled to the area, following the Black Hawk War of 1832. Twenty percent of

Wisconsin’s buildings listed on the

National Register of Historic Places can be found in Janesville. One highlight is the Tallman House, significant as Wisconsin’s only private residence where Abraham Lincoln slept. The

Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center

features traveling exhibits, permanent

exhibits and special events. For a lesson in history and architecture, walk down our city streets. Janesville features

seven historic districts that make perfect walking tours.

Pictured: Lincoln-Tallman House

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Pictured: Lincoln-Tallman House Interior

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city’s rail and manufacturing interests. The great variety of

The twin towers of St. Mary’s Catholic Church mark the

architecture attests to the diversity of its nineteenth-century

decades of the city’s growth, the steep hills on the east side of

A rich display of the ideas of late nineteenth century masons

location of the Prospect Hill Historic District. In the first

the Rock River restricted road building and house construction. Consequently, like Courthouse Hill to the south, this area

enjoyed its greatest period of development at the turn of the

century as the streets of central Janesville neared completion. For 86 years, the centerpiece of Courthouse Hill was the

French Second Empire Style Rock County Courthouse. The tall mansard roof of the impressive brick and stone building was a prominent element on the Janesville skyline. It was razed for construction of the current courthouse in 1957.

Extending along the east bank of the Rock River, the South Main Street Historic District retains much of its mid-

to-late-nineteenth-century character. Locally quarried or

manufactured building materials are evident in the brick, cast iron, and stone trim of many early storefronts, particularly at the upper stories.

The Look West Historic District is part of Janesville’s old First Ward, an early neighborhood with connections to the

population.

History

Historic Districts

and carpenters is found in the West Milwaukee Street

District. Cream-colored brick and stone-trimmed windows and parapets are distinctive features of many commercial buildings along this street.

One of the oldest residential areas, the Old Fourth Ward

Historic District, includes the early settlements of Rockport and Monterey near the lower dam, as well as an area of high styled houses and churches downtown.

The Columbus Circle Historic District is a residential

enclave arranged around the oval of Columbus Circle and three small park triangles. Developed in 1916 by the Parker Pen

Company of Janesville as the Parkwood Addition, it is one of

the city’s distinctive exceptions to the grid plan street layouts. The small parks are neighborhood centerpieces, and houses include a variety of architectural styles popular in Janesville in the early 20th century.

Originally built in 1930, the Armory served as a mustering center for soldiers from the National Guard who were deployed to the Philippines in 1941 and forced into the infamous Bataan Death March during World War II. It has been renovated into a dinner theater, restaurant and lounge.

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janesville locations

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INFORMATION

Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau 20 S Main St, Suite #17 608-757-3171 or 800-48-PARKS (487-2757) Seasonal Visitor Information Center Palmer Park – East Pavilion 608-757-3171 or 800-48-PARKS (487-2757) Rock County Courthouse 51 S Main St 608-757-5660 Hedberg Public Library 316 S Main St 608-758-6588 Janesville City Hall/Municipal Building 18 N Jackson St 608-755-3000 Forward Janesville Janesville Design & Development Center 14 S Jackson St 608-757-3160 Janesville Transit System Corner of River & Court Streets 608-755-3150 Van Galder Bus Terminal 3120 N Pontiac Dr 800-747-0994

ACCOMMODATIONS

Baymont Inn 616 Midland Rd 608-758-4545 Best Western – Janesville 3900 Milton Ave 608-756-4511 EconoLodge 3520 Milton Ave 608-754-0251 Guardian Angel Bed & Breakfast 429 Prospect Ave 608-758-3211 Hampton Inn 2400 Fulton St 608-754-4900 Holiday Inn Express – Janesville Conference Center 3100 Wellington Pl 608-756-3100 Lannon Stone Motel 1524 E Racine St 608-752-7441 Microtel Inn 3121 Wellington Pl 608-752-3121 Motel 6 3907 Milton Ave 608-756-1742 Northern Town Motel 1409 Center Ave 608-754-0248 Scarlett House Bed & Breakfast 825 E Court St 608-754-8000 Super 8 3430 Milton Ave 608-756-2040

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ATTRACTIONS

Camden Playground 2501 Palmer Dr 608-755-3030 Gray Brewing Company 2424 W Court St 608-752-3552 Janesville Mall 2500 Milton Ave 608-752-2641 Janesville Performing Arts Center 408 S Main St 608-758-0297 Lincoln-Tallman House 440 N Jackson St 608-756-4509 Helen Jeffris Wood Museum Center 426 N Jackson St 608-752-4519 or 608-756-4509 Rock County Historical Society 426 N Jackson St 608-756-4509 MacFarlane Pheasants, Inc. 2821 S US Hwy 51 608-757-7881 or 800-345-8348 Pontiac Convention Center 2809 N Pontiac Dr 608-531-0284 Pine Tree Plaza Hwy 14 & Deerfield Dr Rock Aqua Jays Water Ski Show Traxler Park, 600 N Main St www.rockaquajays.org Rock County Fairgrounds Corner of Randall Avenue & Craig Street 1301 Craig Ave 608-755-1470 Rotary Botanical Gardens 1455 Palmer Dr 608-752-3885 The Armory 10 S High St 608-741-7400 Wisconsin Wagon Company 507 Laurel Ave 608-754-0026 Wisconsin & Southern Railroad 203 S Pearl St 608-757-3232

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Craig High School 401 S Randall Ave 608-743-5200 Edison Middle School 1649 S Chatham St 608-743-5900 Franklin Middle School 450 N Crosby Ave 608-743-6000 Marshall Middle School 25 S Pontiac Dr 608-743-6200 Parker High School 3125 Mineral Point Ave 608-743-5600

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University of Wisconsin – Rock County 2909 Kellogg Ave 608-758-6565 WI Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired 1700 W State St 608-758-6100 Blackhawk Technical College 6004 S County Road G/Prairie Rd 608-758-6900

MEDICAL

Dean Medical Center – Riverview Clinic 580 N Washington St 608-755-3500 Mercy Clinic East 3524 E Milwaukee St 608-756-7100 Mercy Hospital – Mercy Clinic West 1000 Mineral Point Ave 608-756-6000

RECREATION

Blackhawk Golf Course 2100 Palmer Dr 608-757-3090 Dawson Softball Complex 920 Beloit Ave 608-752-6768 or 608-755-3030 Janesville Ice Skating Center Home of Janesville Jets Hockey 821 Beloit Ave 608-754-7840 Lustig Park – Frisbee Golf Course 1500 Riverview Dr 608-755-3030 Monterey Park – Stadium 465 Rockport Rd 608-743-5008 Riverside Golf Course 2100 Golf Course Rd 608-757-3080 Rockport Park – Pool – Peace Park 2801 Rockport Rd 608-752-6747 YMCA – Boys & Girls Complex 200 W Court St 608-755-0575 Youth Baseball, Inc. 1347 Alden Rd 608-754-2949 or 608-754-4067 Youth Sports Complex 100 S Wuthering Hills Drive

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janesville transportation Planes, buses and automobiles Car Rental: Enterprise Rent-A-Car 608-758-7100

Taxi Cabs: Janesville Taxi 608-751-3028

Bus/Charter: Van Galder Bus Company 800-747-0994 www.vangalderbus.com

Area Airports: Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport 1716 W Airport Rd Private Charter/Freight Cargo 608-757-5768

City Transit System JTS (Janesville City Transit System) 608-755-3150 Transit Transfer Center Corner of River and Court Streets

Dane County Regional Airport Madison, 40 miles north www.msnairport.com 608-246-3380

Chicago, Rockford International Airport Rockford, 30 miles south www.flyrfd.com 815-969-4000 General Mitchell International Airport Milwaukee, 75 miles east www.mitchellairport.com 414-747-5300 O’ Hare International Airport Chicago IL, 90 miles southeast www.ohare.com 773-686-2200

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janesville accomodations Hotels, motels, Bed & Breakfasts and inns

Janesville offers affordable accommodations and outstanding service at any of our lodging facilities. Located just off I-90—near Chicago, Madison and Milwaukee, there are so many reasons to come—and to stay around for a while.

Janesville offers a variety of hotels, bed and breakfasts, and inns to make your stay relaxing and memorable. No matter what time of the day or night you arrive, you can rest assured that we’ll have a room awaiting you! If you’re all about business, we can accommodate that too! Our accommodations offer a variety of premium services and amenities, including guest rooms with ample work space, a full complement of business services, excellent dining choices, quality fitness facilities and comprehensive meeting capabilities. Our hotels exceed guest expectations by providing the right room, the right technology and the right service to make every stay relaxing, invigorating, stimulating and filled with positive interactions. 15

Pictured: Hampton Inn Janesville

For more information about these accommodations, contact the Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau toll-free at 800-48-PARKS (7-2757).

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616 Midland Rd 608-758-4545 or 877-BAYMONT www.baymontinns.com • Indoor pool and whirlpool •  24-hour fitness center •  Restaurant next door •  Complimentary enhanced breakfast •  Children under 18 free with parents • Pets allowed/fee • Free high speed Internet •  106 rooms, including 8 suites •  Free local phone calls •  In-room coffee • Free cable/HBO •  Meeting facilities for up to 20 people •  Bus and truck parking • Business Center

Best Western

3900 Milton Ave 608-756-4511 or 800-334-4271 www.bestwesternwisconsin.com • Atrium area with indoor swimming pool •  Whirlpool and exercise room •  On-site restaurant and lounge •  Children under 18 free with parents • Pets allowed/fee •  Free high speed Internet •  Free email terminal •  106 rooms, including 9 suites •  In-room coffee, hair dryer, iron • Free local calls •  24-hour coffee service in lobby •  Guest coin laundry •  Fireplace and whirlpool suites with wet bars •  Meeting facilities for up to 400 people • ATM on site •  Bus and truck parking

EconoLodge

3520 Milton Ave 608-754-0251 or 800-4-CHOICE www.econolodge.com •  Restaurant next door •  Free hot breakfast • Pets allowed/fee •  Free wireless internet access •  Free local phone calls • 58 rooms •  All rooms have refrigerators and coffee makers •  Cable television/HBO • Guest laundry • All single rooms have king beds • Bus and truck parking

Hampton Inn

2400 Fulton St 608-754-4900 or 800-HAMPTON www.hamptoninn.com • Indoor pool & whirlpool •  Restaurant next door •  Complimentary continental breakfast •  Children under 18 free with parents •  Free high speed wireless internet access •  98 rooms, including 8 suites •  Free local phone calls •  In-room coffee •  24-hour coffee service • Free HBO • Dry cleaning and laundry service available •  Bus parking

Holiday Inn Express

3100 Wellington Pl 608-756-3100 or 800-HOLIDAY www.hiejanesville.com • Indoor pool and whirlpool • Exercise room • Restaurants next door •  Complimentary continental breakfast •  Children under 18 free with parents •  Free high speed wireless internet •  142 rooms, including 5 suites • 24-hour coffee service • Free local phone calls •  Coin operated laundry service • Complimentary shuttle van (local business to business) •  Iron and ironing board in every room •  Meeting facilities for up to 1,300 people •  Bus parking •  100% smoke-free property

Microtel Inn

3121 Wellington Pl 608-752-3121 or 888-771-7171 www.microtelinn.com •  Restaurant next door •  Free expanded continental breakfast •  Pets allowed/ fee •  Free high speed wireless internet/ guest computer •  24-hour coffee service •  61 rooms •  Free local/long distance phone calls •  Meeting room for up to 20 people • Hair dryer, iron, ironing board •  Guest laundry • Fax and copy service available

Motel 6

3907 Milton Ave 608-756-1742 or 800-466-8356 www.motel6.com

•  Restaurant next door • Kids stay free (under 17 years old) • Pets allowed/fee • Wireless internet •  119 rooms •  Free local phone calls •  Complimentary coffee from 6 to 10 am •  Free expanded cable • Microwave & refrigerator available •  Guest laundry

Northern Town Motel 1409 Center Ave 608-754-0248 •  Restaurants nearby • Free wireless internet •  13 rooms •  Free cable television

Super 8

3430 Milton Ave 608-756-2040 or 800-800-8000 www.super8.com •  Restaurant nearby •  Continental breakfast •  Children under 17 free with parents •  Free local phone calls •  46 rooms with 24-hour coffee service •  Coin operated washer and dryer •  All rooms have microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, iron, ironing board and hair dryer •  HBO and wireless internet •  All single rooms have king beds • All double rooms have queen beds • Crib/roll aways available upon request •  Bus/truck parking w/ plug-ins

BED & BREAKFASTS Guardian Angel

429 Prospect Ave 608-758-3211 www.guardianangelbnb.com •  Daily breakfast special •  Cable television •  Convenient to many local attractions •  Nationally-registered historic home • Victorian home, antique furnishings

Scarlett House

825 E Court St 608-754-8000 www.scarletthouse.com •  Full breakfast •  Jacuzzi tubs • Turn-of-the-century Queen Anne • Nationally-registered historic home •  Historic Court House Hill location •  Antique furnishings •  Wrap-around porch www.janesvillecvb.com

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janesville ongoing events FESTIVAlS, ClASSES, PARADES, ENTERTAINMENT AND HOlIDAy TOURS

Pictured: Tallman Arts Festival

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Featured Spring events

Featured Summer events

Dinner Theater at the Armory

The Tallman Arts Festival

The Drill Hall Theater at the Armory combines elegant dining in a theater setting with professional productions such as “Guys on Ice” or “The Wedding Singer.” The Dinner Theater typically runs Thursday through Sunday.

The Tallman Arts Festival attracts more than 2,000 people annually to view the works of more than 50 fine artists around the region. The Tallman Arts Festival offers visitors the opportunity to meet with exhibiting artists, sample local restaurant foods, enjoy live entertainment and take a walk through history at the lincoln Tallman House. Visit www.janesvillecvb.com for specific dates and times.

Mother’s Day and Father’s Day Tours of lincoln-Tallman House Guided tours of the 1850s mansion reveal the unique architecture of the building and the lives of the family that occupied it. More Spring events Master Gardener Classes at Rotary Botanical Gardens; Earth Day Festival; Art & Wine at Rotary Botanical Gardens; Cinco de Mayo Celebration; Renaissance Fair; Thursday Comedy Night at the Armory.

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Main Street Concert Series

This Tuesday evening outdoor concert series is held in Janesville’s lower Courthouse Park, located on the corner of Court and Main Streets in downtown Janesville. The concerts are June through July and feature local bands performing different styles of music from Country to Swing. Visit www.janesvillecvb.com for specific dates and times.


ongoing events

More Summer Events Summer: Summer Strolls at Rotary Botanical Gardens; Rock County 4-H Fair; Home Garden Tour; Dinner Dance at Rotary Botanical Gardens; AirFEST; Janesville Farmers Market; Summer Concert Series; Rock Aqua Jays performances; City-wide Rummage Sales; Dairy Breakfast; Rotary Pie Ride; Thursday Comedy Night at the Armory, Rock Around the Block Festival.

fall Featured Fall Events Skelly’s Corn Maze Seven acres of family fun August through October! Each year Skelly’s creates a new design that challenges you to weave your way through to the end.

Pictured: Holiday Light Show

Halloween Walk at Rotary Botanical Gardens

Holiday Light Show

Halloween Walk is not a haunted house experience, but a guided walk through the jack-o-lantern lit gardens to 5 different story spots where stories, skits and songs are performed. It is appropriate for families of all ages, especially those with young children. There are also several children’s activities including a craft area and face painting.

Come tour a wintery wonderland at Rotary Botanical Gardens–a 20-acre botanical garden–right in the heart of Janesville. You and your loved ones will be dazzled by the 300,000-light display, indoor entertainment and delicious refreshments. Call 608-752-3885.

More Fall Events Fall Plant Sale at Rotary Botanical Gardens; Parade of Homes; Labor Day Parade; ArtsFest; Dinner Theater at the Armory; Thursday Comedy Night at the Armory, Janesville Jets Hockey, Farmers Market and Skelly’s Pumpkinfest.

winter

More Winter Events Master Gardener Classes at Rotary Botanical Gardens; Dinner Theater at the Armory; Taste of Chocolate at Rotary Botanical Gardens, Thursday Comedy Night at the Armory and Janesville Jets Hockey. For more information on these events, please call the Janesville Area Convention & Visitors Bureau at 800-48-PARKS (7-2757) or visit www.janesvillecvb.com.

Featured Winter Events Victorian Holiday House Tour Victorian decorations and exhibits illustrate the fashions of the period between 1857 and 1915 in this fabulous tour of the Lincoln-Tallman House, 440 N. Jackson St. All ages welcome. Call 608-756-4509.

Pictured: Lincoln-Tallman House

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janesville downtown Attractions, Dining, Shopping and Salons & Spas,

Pictured: The Metropolitan Restaurant

Blend small-town historic charm and upscale urban amenities and you have the delightful mix that is Downtown Janesville. The re-emerging downtown community offers shopping, dining and entertainment for all, and is easily accessible from I-90 to the east and Highway 51 to the south. A stroll through the shops of Main and Milwaukee streets, where shoppers can find everything from jewelry to gently used brand-

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Dining is divine in Downtown Janesville thanks to a variety of restaurants and cafes. Whether you are looking for a coffee stop, an alfresco lunch, drinks after work or a five-star dining experience, the downtown has it all. Enjoy Mediterranean,

Continental or Asian cuisines and the local emphasis on fresh and healthy. Entertainment is a growth industry in Downtown Janesville. Don’t miss the acclaimed Armory Dinner Theater featuring Broadway at its best. Catch a family-friendly show at the Janesville Performing Arts Center. Blues and jazz play from local pubs on Thursday through Sunday. Fun is free at the Tuesday summer evening concerts in Courthouse Park. And don’t forget to stop by the Saturday morning Janesville Farmers Market for fresh produce and local art.

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name furniture. View locally made art pieces at the art and stained glass shops or pick up a find at a trendy women’s resale shop.

The Janesville Mile Janesville’s downtown entertainment district. On any given day or night, visitors to the Janesville Mile will find a diverse selection of entertainment opportunities. Enjoy a concert or performance at the Janesville Performing Arts Center, a stroll through the award winning Rotary Botanical Gardens, a Janesville Jets hockey game at the Ice Arena, Dinner Theater at the Armory, live music at any one of several pubs, unique shopping opportunities, salons and spas and a wide variety of dining. Visit www. janesvillecvb. com/maps to view or print the Janesville Mile map. Pictured: The Artisan Locale Gift Gallery

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janesville community education, health care, nonprofit and private businesses

Pictured: Transportation Center Park

Education is a priority in our community and it is obvious at any one of our schools. Janesville has eleven elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools. We don’t stop there. We can also boast several pre-schools, nine parochial schools, two Montessori Schools, Blackhawk Technical College, University of Wisconsin-Rock County, and the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired.

Blackhawk Technical College

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community

UW-Rock County, one of 13 freshman-sophomore liberal arts transfer campuses of the UW Colleges, offers a general education associate degree. The campus also hosts the Rock County Engineering Program offering a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering, due to a partnership with UW-Platteville to support the industrial base of Rock County. 608-758-6565 or www.rock.uwc.edu. Blackhawk Technical College offers more than 50 different programs, degrees, diplomas, and certificates at five learning locations within the district. Cooperative agreements with numerous other Colleges and Universities allow students to earn a two-year credential and transfer credits to complete a baccalaureate degree. 608-758-6900 or www.blackhawk.edu. The Janesville Gazette is the local daily newspaper. Janesville has three local radio stations: WCLO-AM, WJVL-FM and WKPO-FM. 608-754-3311 or www. gazettextra.com.

Pictured: Hedberg Public Library

Health Care. Janesville has two major health care providers: Mercy Health System and Dean Health System. We have one hospital, Mercy and Dean/St. Mary’s has a surgical center. A new hospital, St. Mary’s, is scheduled for completion in 2011. In case of an emergency, dial 911 for immediate response. Janesville Leisure Services offers one-stop shopping for all your outdoor and sports activities. 608-755-3030. For more organized sport leagues, contact the Family YMCA at 608-754-6654 or the Boys and Girls Club of Janesville at 608-755-0575. The Top Four Employers lead the way employing over 1,000 workers each: Mercy Health System, School District of Janesville, Rock County and Grainger Specialty Brands. Hedberg Public Library is an award-winning facility located in the heart of Janesville. In addition to traditional library services, Hedberg Public Library also features changing exhibits, a gift shop, coffee shop and educational programs. 608-758-6588. Business Relocation Information can be obtained by contacting Forward Janesville, Inc. at 608-757-3160 or www.forwardjanesville.com.

Pictured: Blackhawk Technical College

Janesville has over 50 churches representing many faiths.

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Welcome to Janesville!

Open Daily 6am 2 Janesville Locations to Serve You! 1010 N Washington St. 608-755-1983 1716 W Airport Rd. 608-754-9039

Hot Dogs Italian Beef Broaster Chicken Open 11am - 8pm Daily 1026 N Washington St. 608-758-1613

“Come as you are!”

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Rock County

rock county

history, Attractions, culture and nature

Pictured: Beloit/Janesville Symphony at Janesville Performing Arts Center

Visitors to Rock County will find a wide variety of interesting things to do and see. Whether your interests are historical, cultural or all about nature, Rock County, Wisconsin is filled with many options to choose from. Some of Rock County’s many unique attractions include: Beloit’s Angel Museum, Author Sterling North’s boyhood home and Museum in Edgerton and the Milton House Museum Historic Site in Milton. If it’s culture you are looking for Rock County is home to many performance groups and organizations including: Beloit Civic Theatre, Beloit/Janesville Symphony Orchestra, Edgerton Performing Arts Center and University Theater. For those interested in nature, Rock County is home to acres and acres of parkland and over 250 miles of trails, including portions of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail and many other trails that are perfect for hiking, biking and snowmobiling.

Pictured: Bike Trail, Milton House Museum Angel Museum Logo

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Janesville

• Free continental breakfast • Free coffee • Free wireless high-speed • Pet-friendly hotel; fees apply Internet access • Free local calls Conveniently located just off Interstates 90 and 39, this hotel provides easy access to a number of local points of interest.

800-4-choice

3520 Milton Ave. Janesville, WI 53545 www.econolodge.com

When in the Janesville area, make sure you complete your visit by spending the night at the Holiday Inn Express. Whether it’s a great dinner and show at The Armory or at The Fireside Dinner Theatre, or a romantic walk through Rotary Garden’s, our hotel is only minutes from several local attractions. At the end of a day, you can take a swim in our indoor pool or relax with friends in our whirlpool. The Holiday Inn Express is a great place for a business, with 15,000 sq. ft. of combined meeting, exhibit and banquet space. Accommodations are available for meetings up to 1,300 people and banquets up to 950. For the business traveler a full-service breakfast, lunch and dinner catering menus are available.

3100 Wellington Place • Janesville, WI 53546

(608) 756-3100 www.hiejanesville.com

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Services, options, facilities and attractions

Janesville is the ideal place for both meeting/conference events and group tours. Our location, just 10 minutes from the Illinois border on I-90/39 and easily accessible from several major highways in all directions, is perfect for state, regional and national groups. Janesville also provides a compelling combination of amenities, convenience and affordability. Combined with our great attractions, variety of meeting and banquet spaces and wide selection of hotels, restaurants and attractions we are an easy choice for your next meeting or tour destination. Visit www.janesville cvb.com or call 1-800-48-PARKS (7-2757) for more information.

Meetings and Conferences

Pictured: Holiday Inn Express & Conference Center

Group Tours

Pictured: Pontiac Convention Center

Pictured: Tour of Rotary Botanical Gardens

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20 S. Main Street, Ste. 17 Janesville, WI 53545

Comfortable

Clean

1-608-754-4900

www.janesville.hamptoninn.com Indoor Pool & Whirlpool Restaurant Next Door

Children Under 18 Free with Parents

Free High Speed Wireless Internet Access

Complimentary Continental Breakfast Free HBO

2400 Fulton Street, Janesville, Wisconsin 53546

Janesville Visitor Guide  

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Janesville Visitor Guide  

all there is to see and do in Janesville, WI

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