The world’s largest bike – an old-fashioned high wheeler formed out of fiberglass – welcomes visitors to Sparta, which dubs itself the “Bicycling Capital of America.” Located off I-90, the town offers ready access to several nationally known bike trails including the Elroy-Sparta State Trail, the first rails-to-trails bicycle route in the country. Sparta’s downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its hospitality and location make it a good “home base” for day trips to nearby attractions. Eleven miles north of Sparta the Wegner Grotto is a fantastic garden of concrete sculptures decorated with thousands of glittering glass shards. Fort McCoy, eight miles northeast of Sparta, offers an excellent public recreation area as well as interesting military displays.
Concerts In the Park
May 25 - August 24
Enjoy an outdoor concert during the summer months from our band shell located in tree -hearty Evans Bosshard Park. Be sure to bring your lawn chair or blanket....
Memorial Day Festivities
Breakfast at VFW starting at 6:30am. Parade at 10:30am will travel North on Water St, then East on Montgomery St to Blyton Park. After the parade a ceremony...
June 09 - June 12
Carnival, craft/flea market, quilt show, softball tournaments, car and van show, stage entertainment, and much more. Parade Sunday at 12:30pm. Don't miss the...
Redrock Trail Rides
293-acre farm homesteaded in 1885 with daily trail rides spring-fall, weather permitting. Over 10 miles of groomed trails covering ridge and valley, divided...
Speed's Bicycle Shop
Speeds Bicycle Shop has provided top quality bikes, bike parts & accessories and bike rentals for cyclists and families throughout Sparta, Wisconsin and the...
F.A.S.T: Fiberglass Statue Mold Yard
Large statue of a scaly sea monster, or a club-wielding caveman, or a humongous green vegetoid. It's majestic, and you find yourself wondering, "Where do they...