The bed and breakfasts of Rockton, Illinois you to fall in love with Rockton!

If you are looking for hotels in Rockton, IL, consider staying at a local inn instead, where we welcome you like an old friend. Stay with us while you discover northern Illinois!

As a true Midwestern village, Rockton is steeped in history, tradition, and charm. Located on the banks of the Rock River, Rockton offers fishing, swimming, kayaking, and boating on the river. Just west of town, the Winnebego County Forest Preserve offers camping, hiking, and picnicking.

Visit Rockton’s historic Macktown, a living history education center made up of what’s left of northern Winnebago County’s first settlement. Each year, a frontier encampment is hosted that is open to the public; however the site itself is open year-round for visitors.

Rockton and Macktown are well known for their annual participation in Quilt Fest: a celebration of all things quilting throughout northern Illinois. Each year, Macktown hosts quilts in each of its historic buildings and an ongoing quilting bee where visitors can add their stitches to what will be a full quilt. During this event, businesses in Rockton, including the Rockton Historical Society, also have quilts on display.

If your visit is in July, be sure to plan on attending Rockton’s Old Settler’s Days. This is Rockton’s largest festival, hosted by the Lion’s Club. This family-friendly festival offers a carnival, food, bands, and more!

The Rockton, Illinois member inns of the Illinois Bed and Breakfast Association look forward to your visit!

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