Arcadia Route

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The Arcadia Route is named for the city of Arcadia, a popular motorcycle destination on Highway 95. Although Highway 95 is considered one of the best motorcycle roads in this area, we seek out the best “less traveled” roads that should not be missed, and this route is full of them. Due to the variety of terrain features, the Arcadia route provides riders with a wide range of riding experiences from tight, twisty turns to faster sweeping curves. This route is a great example of the type of riding that the Driftless Area has to offer, and it should be high on your to-do list.

NOTE:  While all of our routes were created utilizing paved roads, we are not able to keep up with road conditions throughout the entire Driftless Area.  It is up to each rider to assess road conditions and their own abilities in order to assure rider safety.

Arcadia Route (pictured above): ~230 miles; 6.25 riding hours

Arcadia Lite Route (not pictured): ~180 miles; 5 riding hours

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CAMPGROUNDS:

ATTRACTIONS:
  • Trempealeau:  Perrot State Park, Big Catfish Statue

  • Arcadia:  Arcadia Area Historical Society, Arcadia Feed Mill

  • Fountain City:  Rock in the House, Elmer’s Auto and Toy Museum, Kinstone

  • Galesville:  AA Arnold House,  Reverend Van Slyke Statue

  • Ettrick:  Gilbert Brown Foundation