Beloit, Wisconsin was founded in 1836 and is easily accessible via highways 39, 43, 51, 81, 90 and 213. Beloit is a beautiful city and spans an approximate seventeen mile perimeter and has been dubbed "the best kept secret in the Midwest" according to America In Bloom. Residents enjoy lots of recreation and fun. The city is full of live music, musicals, theater, photography and other fine arts. There is a YMCA, museums, a minor baseball league, symphonic and Baroque orchestras and ensembles, races, auctions, orchards, seminars, sporting tournaments, motorcycle and go-cart racing, an observation deck at Beloit College, a tree farm, bird sanctuary, historical society, Rotary Botanic Gardens, vineyard and winery, an award winning farmers market and plenty of activities for senior citizens, the spiritually minded, the computer inclined and many others. There is even a Dancing Horses Theatre that is sparked with beauty and imagination! Visitors can expect plenty of hotels, motels and campgrounds. For dining, there is the Beloit Supper Club and a wide variety of eateries, fast food outlets and ethnic restaurants. There is plenty of shopping too! Beloit offers over one hundred boutiques, antiques and malls. Beloit can also accommodate your meeting, events and banquet facilities needs.