Tourism - Recreation

 
 
Decatur Lake Country Club
 
 

Brodhead offers a picturesque 18-hole public golf course, the Decatur Lake Country Club. The original nine hole course is home to many 100-year-old oak trees, opened in 1926; the additional back nine opened in 1994. The course is near the Decatur Dam.

Course Offerings:decatur golf course

  • offers slick greens
  • challenging sand traps
  • lots of water, including a lagoon

After your round, visit Billy's Sand Trap to refresh yourself with a meal or drinks. The restaurant, which overlooks Decatur Lake, has excellent food and a relaxing atmosphere.

For more information, visit www.decaturlakegolf.com or call 608-897-4488.
Decatur Lake Country Club is located at N3941 Golf Course Road.


Sugar River Raceway
 
 

RacetrackIndy car racer Danica Patrick and USAR Pro-cup racer J.D. Leonard began their racing careers at Brodhead's Sugar River Raceway, a half-mile asphalt road course go-kart race track, nestled along the Sugar River in the rolling hills of rural Brodhead, N2236 Mt. Hope Road. Those itching to race should check out www.sugarriverraceway.com or call 608-897-2898 to learn more about their schedule of events and reservation opportunities. Spectators are welcome. They are open April through October, Wednesdays through Sundays.


Sugar River State Bike Trail
 
 

Spending the day biking 24 miles from Brodhead to New Glarus or anywhere in between is a fun way for Bike Trailfamilies to bond or for people to get their exercise. In warm weather you may bike or hike the trail and in the winter you may snowmobile or ski. The Sugar River Bike Trail, which was created from a former railroad bed, goes through woods, nature preserves, pastures, and over streams and lakes. You'll even pass through a replica of the Clarence Covered Bridge! You may glimpse many wild animals, including deer, turtles and beaver! Among the trees you will find a variety of birds, including numerous cardinals, Brodhead's mascot. From the Sugar River you may also connect with other area trails, including the Badger Trail and the Jane Adams Trail. You could explore all 73 miles if you wanted! One trail even has a dark tunnel through which to pass! How spooky is that?  Click on http://dnr.wi.gov/org/land/parks/specific/sugarriver/for more details on this beautiful trail.