Bike Loops to challenge the best or easy rides for those looking for scenery is here for you. Maybe a round of golf is what you're looking for. We offer many top quality courses. How about the sport of curling. Stop by one of our many clubs and learn more.

 

Bicycle Loops

BicycleColumbia County invites you to explore our diverse roadways! Choose between straight, winding, hilly, rustic or a combination of these conditions, for an enjoyable bicycling experience.

A great way to see our beautiful county is on a bike! A great way to see our beautiful county is on a bike! Here is a helpful map with 18 different loops to ride. To download the pdf version of our maps. Columbia County bicycle map (2 MB)- click here / Individual bike loop maps (11.5 MB)- click here / additional bike loop descriptions - click here
Bicycle Camping for Families and Small Groups - http://www.bike-n-camp.com/


Golf in Columbia County

For more information call the golf course.

Columbus Country Club Holes: 9  
301 Ingalsbee St., Columbus
920-623-5880
   

Kestrel Ridge Golf Club Holes: 18  
900 Avalon Rd., Columbus
920-623-GOLF
Web Site: www.kestrelridgegolf.com  

Lake Wisconsin Country Club Holes: 18  
N1076 Golf Rd., Prairie du Sac
605-643-2405
   

Lakeland Hills Golf Club Holes: 9  
300 Prospect Ave., Lodi
608-592-3757
   

Portage Country Club Holes: 18  
W7245 Country Club Rd., Portage
608-742-5121
Web Site: www.portagecc.net  

Pine Trail Golf Course Holes: 9  
100 Saddle Ridge Rd., Portage
608-742-2181
Web Site: www.saddleridgegolf.com  
   


 

Curling Clubs

CurlingCurling is an ice sport of fitness and finesse enjoyed by thousands of Americans and over 1.5 million people in 35 nations. Men, women, and youth curl for winter recreation and competitive satisfaction that can last a lifetime. No longer a well-kept secret, curling became a full-medal sport at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games at Nagano, Japan.

The heart of curling is local curling clubs and their members. Each club sets up weekly leagues throughout the season, typically October through March. Many curlers also look forward to weekend tournaments - or bonspiels - where they meet people and form fast friendships with curlers from around their region. Camaraderie is also enjoyed off the ice, where curlers absorb the warmth of the clubroom, socializing and recounting their game. The sport is easily affordable and attracts Americans of varying economic backgrounds.

The Sprit Of Curling - "Curlers play to win but never to humble their opponents. A true curler would rather lose than win unfairly...the spirit of the game demands good sportsmanship , kindly feeling, and honorable conduct.

Poynette Curling Club
216 East Hudson Street
Poynette, WI 53955
(608)635-7100
Pardeeville Curling Club
203 Second Street
P.O. Box 442
Pardeeville, WI 53954
(608)429-2000
Arlington Curling Club
207 Pierce Street
P.O. Box 224
Arlington, WI 53911
(608)635-4013

Lodi Curling Club
704 Fair Street
Lodi, WI 53555
(608)592-7372
Portage Curling Club
107 Albert St.
Portage, WI 53901
(608)742-3237
 

 

 

 


For more information about beautiful Columbia County,
here are some helpful links:

Cambria-Friesland Chamber of Commerce
920-348-6090

Columbus Chamber of Commerce
920-623-3699

Fall River Chamber of Commerce
920-484-6257 

Lodi & Lake Wisconsin
608-592-4412

Pardeeville Area Business Association
608-429-3596 

Portage Area Chamber of Commerce
608-742-6242 or 800-474-2525

Poynette Chamber of Commerce
608-635-2425  

Randolph Chamber of Commerce
920-326-4769  

Wisconsin Dells
800-223-3557

Wisconsin Department of Tourism

 

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COLUMBIA COUNTY VISITOR BUREAU
Phone -608.742.6161 Fax -608.742.3582
120 W. Conant Street, Suite 202
Portage, WI 53901

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