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Interstate 90 Wisconsin
Westbound - Interstate 39 to Interstate 94 West

Highway Information

Miles 187.14
Counties Traveled
Through
La Crosse, Monroe,
Juneau, Sauk,
Columbia, Dane,
Rock
Cities La Crosse, Onalaska,
Tomah, Madison,
Janesville, Beloit
Major Junctions Interstate 94
(Exit 45 & Exit 138B)

Interstate 39
(Exit 108B)

Interstate 43
(Exit 185B)

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
141 (75%)
Western End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 1)
Minnesota State Line
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 1)
Interstate 94
Western End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 2)
Interstate 43
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
(Section 2)
Illinois State Line

Pictures

Westbound:

Interstate 39 Duplex

Interstate 39 to Interstate 94 West

Interstate 94 West to Minnesota State Line

Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 106 - Wisconsin 33 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 33 spans 201 miles from La Crosse to Port Washington. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 106 to the Circus World Museum and the Devils Lake State Park. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 106 - Wisconsin 33 - Portage/Baraboo. The city of Portage (pop. 9,728) is five miles to the east. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
The next four exits serve the Wisconsin Dells area. Known for its beautiful scenery, this area lies along the Wisconsin River. It is known as the Waterpark Capital of the World. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 92 to the Ho-Chunk Casino. The casino is three miles to the south of this exit. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 92 - U.S. 12 - 1 mile. U.S. 12 travels north-south between Wisconsin Dells and Madison before heading back to the east. From Wisconsin Dells northwestward, U.S. 12 closely follows Interstate 94. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 92 to the Mirror Lake State Park and the Wisconsin Dells Parkway. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 92 - U.S. 12 - Baraboo/Lake Delton. The city of Baraboo is home to 10,711 residents and is nine miles to the south. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 89 - Wisconsin 23 - 1 mile. The state highway travels north-south from the Illinois state line to Wisconsin Dells, then travels east-west from Wisconsin Dells to Sheboygan. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Wisconsin 23 South to the "400" State Trail, a 22-mile bike trail between Elroy and Reedsburg. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 89 - Wisconsin 23 - Lake Delton/Reedsburg. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 87 - Wisconsin 13 North - 1 mile. The trumpet interchange marks the southern terminus of the state highway, which reaches U.S. 2 and U.S. 53 near Superior. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
An Amtrak train station is located in Wisconsin Dells. The Empire Builder train route goes from Chicago to Seattle and Portland. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Wisconsin 13 North and County H West to the Christmas Mountain Village, a golf and ski resort. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 87 - Wisconsin 13 North - 1/4 mile. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 87 - Wisconsin 13 North - Wisconsin Dells. The state highway travels east-west through the downtown area before turning to the north. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 85 - U.S. 12/Wisconsin 16 - 1 mile. U.S. 12 and Wisconsin 16 duplex from Wisconsin Dells to Tomah. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use U.S. 12 and Wisconsin 16 East to the Rocky Arbor State Park. The 225-acre park is located just to the right of this picture. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 85 - U.S. 12/Wisconsin 16 - Wisconsin Dells. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use any of the next three exits (Exits 79, 69, and 61) to the Castle Rock-Petenwell Lakes area. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 79 - Juneau County HH - 1 mile. County HH begins at Sauk County H and travels north to County G near the Wisconsin River. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 79 - County HH - Lyndon Station. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching the Juneau County rest area - 1 mile. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at the Juneau County rest area. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 69 - Wisconsin 82 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 82 connects the Iowa state line to Interstate 39 and U.S. 51 near Packwaukee, a distance of 116 miles. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Wisconsin 82 West, Wisconsin 58 North, and County G North to the Buckhorn State Park. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Also use Wisconsin 82 West to the Mauston campus of Western Wisconsin Technical College. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
The Elroy-Sparta State Trail is named for the two towns which the 32.5-mile trail connects. Use Wisconsin 82 West for 14 miles to Elroy. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 69 - Wisconsin 82 - Mauston/Necedah. The city of Mauston (pop. 3,740) is just to the west, and Necedah (pop. 2,156) is 17 miles to the north via Wisconsin 82 West, Wisconsin 58 North, and Wisconsin 80 North. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 60 - Wisconsin 80 - 1 mile. Wisconsin 80 is a north-south state highway spanning 163 miles from the Illinois state line to Wisconsin 13 and Wisconsin 73 near Pittsville. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 60 - Wisconsin 80 - Necedah/New Lisbon. Necedah is 11 miles to the north, and New Lisbon (pop. 1,436) is just to the west along U.S. 12 and Wisconsin 16. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West pass by mile marker 57 in west Juneau County. A wayside, or primitive rest area, is located at the next exit. (Photo taken
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 55 - County C - 1 mile. County C connects U.S. 12/Wisconsin 16 to County M, a distance of 4.6 miles. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Exit 55 to the Mill Bluff State Park, located on U.S. 12 and Wisconsin 16 west of Camp Douglas. The Omaha Trail connects Camp Douglas to Elroy and goes through a tunnel along the way. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Camp Williams and Volk Field, an Air National Guard base, are located just north of the interstates west of County C. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 55 - County C - Camp Douglas/Volk Field. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West as they enter Monroe County. Interstate 90 will stay in the county until around mile marker 19. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 48 - Monroe County PP - 1 mile. County PP connects Oakdale at U.S. 12/Wisconsin 16 to Wisconsin 21, a length of 5.6 miles. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 48 - County PP - Oakdale. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching Exit 45 - Interstate 90/Interstate 94 - 2 miles. This is the western end of the nearly 100-mile duplex of the two interstates. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching their split - 1 mile. Exit 45 goes unsigned until the gore point signage. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Continue on Interstate 94 West to Exit 143 to the Fort McCoy Army installation. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West approaching the split - 1/2 mile. Interstate 90 departs off to the left and is given the exit number, even though the number is based on Interstate 90's mileage. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West at Exit 45 - Interstate 94 West - Eau Claire/St. Paul. The easternmost of the Twin Cities is 164 miles to the northwest. Eau Claire is 82 miles to the northwest. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Gore point signage at Exit 45 as the interstates split for the first time since Madison. There are still 147 miles left on Interstate 94 before it enters Minnesota. Travelers on Interstate 90 have just 45 miles left before entering the Land of 10,000 Lakes. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Scenes Related to Interstate 90
Junction Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 and end Wisconsin 13 shield assembly as the state highway approaches Interstates 90 and 94 in Wisconsin Dells. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Wisconsin 13 South approaching Interstate 90 and Interstate 94. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Use Interstate 90 and Interstate 94 West to Tomah, which is located at the western split of the interstates 46 miles to the northwest. Madison, the state capital, is 53 miles to the south. (Photo taken 7/12/05)
Wisconsin 13 South at the gore point of the ramps to each direction of Interstate 90 and Interstate 94. (Photo taken 7/12/05)

Page created: March 06, 2006
Last updated: March 06, 2006