Rockford Flights GuideRockford is the third largest city in Illinois. Rockford's art attractions include the Rockford Art Museum and Laurent House. Family friendly activities can be at the Magic Waters, Volcano Falls, Discovery Center Museum, Burpee Museum of Natural History, and Severson Dells. For those who love greenery and flowers, check out the Anderson Japanese Gardens, Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens, and the Klehm Arboretum & Botanic Garden. Rock Cut State park offers bird watching, canoeing, and kayaking. West Rock Wake Park offers wakeboarding on Levings Lake.
Chicago and Evanston are about 2 hours from Rockford by car. Moline is also about 2 hours away and right along the Mississippi River. Galena is about 1.5 hours away. Rockford is about 3 hours away from Champaign and Springfield.
Rockford has four seasons. Summers are hot and winters are bitterly cold. January is the driest and coldest month with an average of below freezing temperatures. Rockford is prone to severe snowstorms during winter. June is the wettest month. During spring (March-June), Rockford is prone to violent thunderstorms, which bring the majority of the summer rainfall.The best time to visit is during late spring to early fall. That is when the temperatures are warm during the day and comfortable during the night with some rainfall to keep things cool.
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