Turtle Valley Ride

MODERATE 2 reviews

Turtle Valley Ride is a 43.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Whitewater, Wisconsin that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for road biking and scenic driving and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

43.9 miles
748 feet

dogs on leash

road biking

scenic driving


wild flowers


Ride rolling hills around the Turtle Valley and Kettle Moraine between Whitewater and Delavan. There is much to see and do on this long loop between Whitewater, WI and Delavan, WI. Rolling hills with a few climbs make this a moderate outing. Whitewater anchors the southern end of the 30-mile long Kettle Morain State Park Sourthern Unit-20,000 plus acres of glacial hills, kettles, lakes, pine woods and hardwood forests. It is home to the statewide Ice Age trail, Old World Wisconsin, and the largest wet prairie east of the Mississippi River-3,500-acre Scuppernong River Habitat Area. The ride circles Turtle Valley, bordered by Whitewater, WI on the north and Delavan on the South. Turtle Valley is home to the Turtle Valley Wildlife Area and the Wisconsin School for the Deaf. The enriched farmlands of Turtle Valley were home to many settlers as well as many as 26 wintering circuses during the 1800s.