Dyracuse Recreational Area
Located in the Town of Rome in northern Adams County, this 334-acre motorcycle and ATV (all-terrain vehicle) park is open from early April until the last weekend in October. There is a peewee track, a motocross track, supercross track, and over ten miles of trails. There are picnic grounds, grills, tables, a shelter house, children’s playground, restrooms, and hot and cold water provided. The park is funded by the State of Wisconsin and operated jointly by the Town of Rome and the Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club. Several annual competitions are sponsored at Dyracuse, including motocross and hill climb events, and a harescramble.
Dyracuse is located 15 miles south of Wisconsin Rapids off State Road 13 on County Road O - Town of Rome.
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