Beloit ( / bəˈlɔɪt / bə-LOYT)  is a city in Rock County, Wisconsin, United States. As of the 2020 census, the city had a population of 36,657 people.   Beloit is a principal city of the Janesville -Beloit Metropolitan Statistical Area and is included in the Madison Combined Statistical Area .
Beloit is located on the southern Wisconsin state line and our Welcome Center near the Interstate 39/90 and I-43 interchange greets over 1,000,000 tourists annually. Beloit was forged in fire and heavy industrial manufacturing, but we survived the great recession with a renewed spirit. We celebrate a proud legacy of strength, beauty, and diversity.
Beloit Map. Beloit is a city in Rock County, Wisconsin, United States. As of the 2010 census, Beloit had a population of 36,966. The greater Beloit area is home to more than 91,000 residents. Beloit is the home of Beloit College. It is also home to a Hormel plant, a Frito Lay plant, the world's largest can of chili, and the Beloit Snappers ...
Welcome to Beloit, Wisconsin. Beloit, WI, sets the scene for your next great adventure. With a memorable foodie scene, seasonal outdoor experiences, vibrant entertainment, culturally unique arts, and much more, Beloit will inspire your senses to explore more as you create lifelong memories to weave into your life story.
Beloit is a charming city on the banks of the Rock River, offering outdoor sports with spectacular views. During the summer, Downtown Beloit comes to life with Beloit Sky Carp baseball games, the Beloit Farmers’ Market, shopping, festivals, and more. Attractions Outdoors Shopping Sports Family Fun PASSPORT TRAILS Theatres & Cinema
The Town of Beloit is located in Rock County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 7,721 at the 2020 census. The City of Beloit is located adjacent to the Town of Beloit. The unincorporated communities of Belcrest, Crestview, and Victory Heights are located in the town.
Beloit, city, Rock county, southern Wisconsin, U.S. It lies along the Illinois state line at the confluence of the Rock River and Turtle Creek, about 15 miles (25 km) south of Janesville . The area had recently been inhabited by Ho-Chunk Nation ( Winnebago ) Indians when the first permanent settler, Caleb Blodgett of New Hampshire , purchased ...