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Blackhawk Waterways Convention & Visitors Bureau


201 North Franklin Avenue
Polo, IL 61064
United States

(??.? miles from you)

Visit Web Site info@bwcvb.com

Call: 800-678-2108


Blackhawk Waterways Convention & Visitors Bureau


(??.? miles from you)

201 North Franklin Avenue
Polo, IL 61064
United States


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Why You Should Go...

The Blackhawk Waterways region in Northwest Illinois offers events and festivals, outdoor recreation along Mississippi and Rock Rivers and the Hennepin Canal.

They boast hiking and biking trails, Ronald Reagan

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Why You Should Go...

The Blackhawk Waterways region in Northwest Illinois offers events and festivals, outdoor recreation along Mississippi and Rock Rivers and the Hennepin Canal.

They boast hiking and biking trails, Ronald Reagan and John Deere historic sites, antiques, and unique lodging and local restaurants.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Extra Fun...

Fun Facts

Their website received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in 2014

Their region has both the Ronald Reagan birthplace and boyhood home and the site where John Deere invented the plow. 

The Great River Road National Scenic Byway travels north and south along the western Mississippi River border and The Lincoln Highway National Scenic Byway travels east and west along US Rt 38 and 30

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Why You Should Go...

The Blackhawk Waterways region in Northwest Illinois offers events and festivals, outdoor recreation along Mississippi and Rock Rivers and the Hennepin Canal.

They boast hiking and biking trails, Ronald Reagan and John Deere historic sites, antiques, and unique lodging and local restaurants.

More...

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Extra Fun

Fun Facts

Their website received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in 2014

Their region has both the Ronald Reagan birthplace and boyhood home and the site where John Deere invented the plow. 

The Great River Road National Scenic Byway travels north and south along the western Mississippi River border and The Lincoln Highway National Scenic Byway travels east and west along US Rt 38 and 30

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