Summers in Beloit are buzzing with activity, and there’s no better way to spend a midwest summer day than at the ballpark, especially when it’s just a short walk or Bird scooter ride from your boutique accommodations. ABC Supply Stadium, home of the Beloit Sky Carp, is the region’s newest sports and entertainment hub, and it is conveniently located in the heart of the city’s lively downtown district.
Plan your Hotel Goodwin stay around a Sky Carp game, and take in everything Beloit has to offer. Here’s the perfect baseball game day itinerary, Hotel Goodwin style:
Check-in & Get Game Day Ready
Check-in to your room at Hotel Goodwin, upack and put a record on to get you pumped up! Make sure to book the 'Put Me In, Coach' package when making your hotel reservation. In addition to your luxurious suite, you’ll receive game day snacks and a $25 ABC Supply Stadium credit to treat yourself at the ballpark!
Explore Downtown Beloit
As you walk to the stadium, check out downtown. There’s plenty of retail options and restaurants to fuel up. If you’re in the mood for a modern Italian experience, stop in to Velvet Buffalo, located right off the hotel lobby. Grab a pregame burger and a brew at Lucy's #7Burger Bar or grab some chips and guac and the best margarita you’ve ever had at truk't.
While you cheer on the Sky Carp, use your $25 ABC Supply Stadium credit to try some of the most unique concessions in baseball! Go traditional with a hotdog and beer or take things up a notch with the pork n’ mac or bratchos– picture nachos but with slices of brats and Spotted Cow mustard on top. YUM! You won’t leave hungry, that’s for sure. Sing your heart out during the 7th inning stretch, take home a souvenir from the gift shop and watch a dazzling firework show if you catch a Friday night game. There’s no shortage of entertainment at a Sky Carp game.
Time to Unwind
Stroll back to the hotel but no need to retire to your room just yet. Take the elevator up to The Rooftop and enjoy a night cap beer or signature cocktail with the best view of downtown Beloit. If you catch a Sunday afternoon game, hit up The Rooftop after the game for live music until 6 p.m.