Camp Douglas Route
The Camp Douglas Route, named for the town of Camp Douglas, is located along Interstate 90 north of Wisconsin Dells. Although this route is situated on the edge of the Driftless Area it is still packed with great roads. The hills on the eastern edge are not as dramatic as those along the Mississippi River, but they are plentiful and the ride possibilities are endless. When we created this route, there were so many great roads to choose from that we struggled in choosing which to include and which to leave out. One road we included is the newly created Wisconsin Rustic Road #112, north of Elroy. Be sure to check it out!
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.
Camp Douglas Route (pictured above): ~240 miles; 6.75 riding hours
Camp Douglas Lite Route (not pictured): ~185 miles; 5.25 riding hours
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Camp Douglas: Castle Rock Wayside, Wisconsin National Guard Museum, Mill Bluff State Park
Hillsboro: Hillsboro Historical Society, Fireman Memorial Park, Cheyenne Settlers Heritage Park.
La Valle: Lake Redstone County Park, Lavalle Municipal Park, Hemlock-Sauk Park
Cazenovia: Webb Park, Cazenovia Memorial Park
Oakdale: Giant Mouse
Lyndon Station: Bass Hollow State Natural Area
Reedsburg: Korinji Rinzai Zen Buddhist Monastary
Rustic Road #112