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Dyracuse Recreational Park


Park Hours


Opening Weather Depended Saturday, April 9, 2022
Wed: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Sat & Sun: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.


Starting the Friday After Memorial Day Weekend
Wed: 2 p.m.to 8 p.m.
Fri, Sat, & Sun: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.


Starting the Friday After Labor Day Weekend
Friday: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Sat & Sun: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Park closes the last full weekend in October

Pass Prices

Wednesday = $10
Friday/Saturday/Sunday = $20
Single Season Pass = $200
Family Season Pass = $300
Rental on closed days = $500

Consent Form/Waiver

Recreational Park Highlights

  • 700.44 total park acres
  • 11.78-miles of Multi-use Trails
  • 4-acre sand bowl
  • 1.22-mile Motocross Track
  • 1.21-mile ATV/UTV Track
  • .46-mile Multi-use Challenge Course
  • .36-mile Supercross Track
  • .26-mile Pee Wee/Beginner Track with Viewing Area
  • Motorcycle Single Track Loops
  • Mud Bog Play Area
  • Park is available for private rentals on days not open
  • Playground, bathrooms with running water, wash down area, picnic tables
  • Day passes and season passes available

Dyracuse has something to offer for everyone’s riding ability. Doesn’t matter if you have a motorcycle, ATV/UTV, or three wheeler. Enjoy a scenic ride on the trails, go fast on one of the tracks, challenge yourself and your equipment on the challenge course, see how far you can make in the mud play area, spin donuts in the sand bowl.

Rapid Angel Motorcycle Club typically hosts four race events each summer; GranPrix, Motocross, Hill Climb and Endure. Along with Youth Learn to Ride events.

Dyracuse Mound is situated within the recreational area and a lookout tower sits atop the mound. There are picnic grounds, grills, tables, a shelter house, children’s playground, restrooms, and hot and cold water provided.

How to Find Dyracuse

Dyracuse is located 15 miles south of Wisconsin Rapids off State Road 13 on County Road O - Town of Rome

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Looking for additional Town of Rome information, check out Visit Rome, WI for a local calendar of events, accommodations information, and of course, local dining options!

ATV Trail Information 

Many roads in the Town of Rome are open to ATV riders and marked with ATV route signs or arrows.

Operators must stay on marked routes.

Riders are encouraged to stop by the Rome Municipal Building (M-F 8am to 4pm) for the most current map of designated town road routes.

Every effort is made to keep current route maps accurate; however, changes may occur so it is best to follow marked trails as they will be the most accurate.

For the most current Adams County ATV trail routes and maps call the Adams County Parks & Recreation Department at (608) 339-4230.

On March 4, 1979, the Rapid Angels Motorcycle Club discussed the possibility of a Motorcycle Recreation Program (MRP) funded park for the land adjacent to their own twenty acres in the Town of Rome.The MRP is operated through the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The program is designed to provide financial assistance to local units of government for acquisition, operation, and maintenance of public off-highway motorcycle riding areas and facilities. Funding for this program began back in 1969 when the state added a two-dollar fee of motorcycle registrations. A committee from the Rapid Angels met with the Town of Rome officials and proposed the development of a MRP funded park. After several meetings, the proposal was approved and the Town of Rome became the first in Wisconsin to develop a motorcycle recreational area with funding from the MRP.
The Dyracuse Recreational Area officially opened on May 29, 1982, and is operated by the Town of Rome. The park is named after Dyracuse Mound, a prominent landmark in Adams County, where it is located. The area abounds with recreational opportunities with numerous lakes and forests surrounding the park. Camping, lodging, food and gas are readily available.
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