Plan a Rock River adventure

Whether you're looking for family-friendly things to do or the perfect place for a night out, the Country Inn & Suites, Rock Falls, IL places you close to the area's best attractions. Want to explore the great outdoors? Our hotel is just minutes from the Rock River, where you can fish, hike and kayak. For a fun day trip, hop on I-88 or Highway 30 to reach destinations like White Pines Forest State Park, Wild Rose Casino and other Sauk Valley attractions. Closer to the hotel, you can visit the birthplace of famous drummer Louie Bellson or practice your backhand at the Westwood Fitness & Sports Center's tennis courts.
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John Deere Historic Site

16.96 mi / 27.3 km from the hotel
John Deere fans won't want to miss the opportunity to see where the company's founder built his first self-scouring steel plow. You can pick up a one-of-a-kind souvenir forged at the on-site blacksmith shop.

Louie Bellson Birthplace

0.76 mi / 1.22 km from the hotel
One of America's greatest jazz drummers, the late Louie Bellson was born on 8th Avenue in Rock Falls. Look for the historical marker in front of the house to browse through memorabilia at Bellson's birthplace.

Rock River Trail

2.11 mi / 3.39 km from the hotel
Take advantage of easy access to multiple trailheads and boat ramps along the Rock River, where you can enjoy a full day of fishing, biking and hiking. Be sure to stroll down the Chocolate Trail to hunt for chocolate turtles!

Ronald Reagan Birthplace

10.25 mi / 16.5 km from the hotel
Visit the childhood home of former President Ronald Reagan in nearby Tampico, IL.

Westwood Fitness & Sports Center

3.72 mi / 5.99 km from the hotel
Visiting Rock Falls for a sports tournament? This expansive complex is just a few minutes away from the hotel and features basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, batting cages, and an indoor track-and-field area.

White Pines Forest State Park

19.68 mi / 31.67 km from the hotel
Pack a picnic and head to White Pines Forest State Park to fish, ski or hike with your family along the banks of two scenic streams.