Wisconsin was the first place to ever devise a numbered system for its highways. It’s also a bit unusual in that letter names are given to county-owned and maintained highways. So let’s follow selected routes on the State Trunk Tour. Here are some great options – big routes and small – as you tour Wisconsin’s big cities, small towns, major tourist sights, out-of-the-way nooks and crannies, quirky tidbits, and more!
Wisconsin Highway 29: Prescott at the Mississippi/St. Croix Split to Kewaunee and the World’s Tallest Grandfather Clock
Wisconsin Highway 33: Port Washington to La Crosse, coast-to-coast with circuses, canoes, coulees, and more
Wisconsin Highway 35: From Dubuque to Duluth, following Wisconsin’s Great River Road and western edge
Wisconsin Highway 57: Milwaukee to Door County via Green Bay, from Grass Under a Roof to Grass On Top of a Roof
Wisconsin Highway 73: (Coming soon… this thing goes all over the place!)
Wisconsin Highway 81: Rock River at Beloit through the Driftless to the Mississippi River Ferry at Cassville
Wisconsin Highway 82: Vernon, Viroqua, and Valleys through the Driftless between Central Wisconsin at Iowa
Wisconsin Highway 89: Southern Wisconsin from Walworth, Whitewater and witches, TREKking to Columbus
Wisconsin Highway 95: Fountain City to Highground through the Driftless Area (Coming soon)
Wisconsin Highway 116: The Winneconne Way Across the Fox, Though the Land of Secession Towards Berlin
Wisconsin Highway 119: The Highway to the Skies (Coming soon)
Wisconsin Highway 120: East Troy and Alpine Valley to Lake Geneva and the Land of Lincoln (Coming soon)
Wisconsin Highway 136: Coming soon!