There are so many ways to get outside and see Wisconsin. Here are a few we think you might enjoy.
Whether a half day or full day trip, canoeing, kayaking or tubing down the Wisconsin is a beautiful and scenic experience. The Wisconsin Riverside Resort, about 20 minutes away, has everything you need for a day on the water.
Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail
The Elroy-Sparta State Trail is the property of the State of Wisconsin and is part of its State Trails System.It is located in Hidden Valleys Country and passes through a portion of the unglaciated areas of Wisconsin exemplifying the natural beauty of our State. The trail is 32 miles in length on the abandoned Chicago & North Western Railroad bed and passes through three rock tunnels. The Kendall and Wilton tunnels are ¼ mile long and the Norwalk tunnel is ¾ mile long. The trail is covered with limestone screenings and provides a smooth riding surface. The bridges are covered with planks and are guarded with railings.
This easy-graded rail trail invites hikers and cyclers in spring, summer and fall, and snowmobilers in winter. This 14.3-mile trail is laid on an abandoned rail bed, and gives riders a chance to enjoy the beauty of 250-foot river bluffs without having to ride over them. For a challenge you can take on several bluff-top climbs on a 15-mile on-road option which, while mostly on paved roads, features 1.7 miles of primitive gravel on Cardinal Crest Road through a tunnel of trees. Probably the most refreshing stretch is on WI 60 as the road hugs the edge of Bogus Bluff next to the Wisconsin River. This new crushed-limestone rail-trail with several nice town parks makes for a pleasant family ride; or, you can get a workout by taking on the bluffs via the paved and gravel road route. Scenery includes farm, river, and marsh views on the rail-trail; farm, woods, ridge-top, and Wisconsin River views on the road route. Find more info here.
There are so many wonderful things to do in the area out doors. Check out these great sites for more informations.