Janesville is a beautiful, historic city on the banks of the Rock River. It has earned its reputation as Wisconsin’s “City of Parks,” boasting over two-thousand acres of public parkland, nature trails, and golf courses.
Janesville’s Rotary Garden is a twenty-acre botanical garden that hosts events throughout the year. Outdoor activities such as boating, biking, and hiking are all an important part of the city’s personality. A segment of the Ice Age Trail, a 1,200-mile National Scenic Trail, runs through Janesville.
Janesville is home to twenty percent of the architecture in Wisconsin that is listed on the National register of historic places. The small city is a picturesque place to live. There are ten historic neighborhoods in Janesville, including the South Main Street Historic District, the Prospect Hill Historic District, and the Old Fourth Ward Historic District. These neighborhoods offer an opportunity to live amongst a variety of nineteenth-century architecture.
A thriving local economy and a relatively low cost of living are more reasons that Janesville draws people to Southern Wisconsin. Janesville is easily accessible, only an hour west of Milwaukee and forty-five minutes south of Madison.
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