The Indoor Sports Center at Mercyhealth Sportscore Two is a multi-sport indoor facility for indoor soccer, volleyball and basketball, featuring locker rooms, a sports equipment store and SkyBox Restaurant, a family friendly casual restaurant and sports bar.
Our venue can also accommodate a variety of events, including conventions, trade shows, expos, weddings, receptions, birthday parties, concerts, festivals, carnivals, and more!
This wooded 18-hole course with narrow fairways and gently rolling terrain offers 6,107 challenging yards on its par 71 course. Opened in 1922, it is named for Lt. Clayton Ingersoll, who lost his life in an air crash over France in World War I. This course is located on Rockford’s far west side and was selected by the Tiger Woods Foundation to host Tiger Woods for a two-day golf clinic in 2001 and 2004.
Nationally recognized for hosting soccer, softball, baseball, lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee and rugby tournaments.
Mercyhealth Sportscore Two and Indoor Sports Center host over 1.4 million user visits per year between tournaments, leagues, trade shows and other annual events.
Located on the banks of the beautiful Rock River in downtown Rockford, the Riverview Ice House features two skating surfaces: an 185 ft. by 80 ft. regulation size main rink with grandstand seating for 750, and a 60 ft. by 80 ft. instructional Studio Rink. Adjacent to the spacious lobby is a concession counter and a community meeting room.
Sand Park Pool is "L" shaped, ranging from 3 feet to 12 feet deep and has a diving well with two drop slides and a one-meter diving board. This location also offers a family aquatic attraction, Penguin Pond, which features a wading pool and a water slide specially designed for young children.
Dedicated in 1950, the Music Shell in Sinnissippi Park is an acoustic amphitheater that can accommodate as many as 700 on benches, and up to 3,000 on the terraces and lawn. A favorite spot of many local congregations and arts organizations, the Music Shell hosts a wide variety of events throughout the season. For information on renting the Music Shell, please call 815.987.1697.
Tinker Swiss Cottageoffers a glimpse of a forgotten age. Rockford businessman and one-time Rockford mayor Robert Hall Tinker built this exotic Victorian home in 1865 after a whirlwind trip to Europe. Today, filled with original furnishings, artwork, and family diaries, Tinker Swiss Cottage is open as a museum, transporting its visitors back to Rockford in the 1890s.
UW Health Sports Factory is located in downtown Rockford, Illinois along the Rock River and is one of the largest sports facilities in the Midwest. It is operated by the Rockford Park District. The Rockford Area Convention & Visitors Bureau markets and books tournaments at the facility.