Oscar H. Hanson House B&B

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Biking

Experience a Biking Vacation

Enjoy a day of biking in the picturesque Wisconsin countryside. The fun becomes something truly memorable.

Take Time for You

Make your reservations for one or several nights and create your own adventure. We offer additional information on route. Bike passes are required for all State trails and are available at various locations along the paths or through the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

About Cambridge

  • Located at trail head of Camrock trail.
  • Swimming at Lake Ripley Beach.
  • Unique pottery at Rowe Pottery Gallery.
  • Hiking and biking on the Cam-Rock Trails or the Glacial-Drumlin Trail
  • Things to learn as you browse through the town’s 1906 School Museum
  • The town’s local history as you stroll the Cambridge Historic Walking Tour.
  • Restaurants, cafe, coffee shop, ice cream parlor. Dine-In or Carry-Out.
  • …. and at the edge of town, just 2.7 miles from the Inn on Hwy 18, is the Matt Kenseth Museum and Fan Headquarters.
  • …or hop back on your bike and visit many of the art , pottery, and woodworking studios in the area. Too much to see in one-day? Perhaps you’ll need to stay longer.

Using the Hanson House as your base

Use the Oscar H. Hanson House as your starting point, end point, or any where in-between.

Many of our guests take multiple day trips using the Hanson House as the base.  This PDF map shows you how to bike to the Hanson House from the Glacial Drumlin Trail.  Located less than 4 miles from the Glacial Drumlin trail, your adventure starts here.  From the trail head in London, go east toward Lake Mills.  There are many wonderful the sites along the way, and wonderful shops and things to do there.  You can also go west toward Cottage grove, where within a few miles, you can link up to Madison’s Capital city trail.  Or you can always just stay local, and go trail ride the Cam-rock….  There are plenty of wonderful miles.  Bike it, like it!