Area Interests

La Grange lies about eight miles east of Whitewater via Highway 12. Nestled
in Walworth County Wisconsin, La Grange (population of about 2,500) may be
characterized as a quiet, comfortable little town. But one weekend every May,
with the running of the Ice Age Trail 50 La Grange becomes the center of the
universe among the ultra community.

On this page we’ve compiled relevant information and some links to assist in your
understanding of La Grange and the local surroundings.

www.funhunters.net
Randy’s Restaurant in Whitewater will be the site of the Ice Age 50 packet pick-
up and prerace dinner on Friday, May 9th.

www.iceagetrail.org
The Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation

www.weather.com/weather/local/53190
Current local weather conditions for La Grange

www.backyardbikes.com
Backyard Bikes and Ski (about 1.5 miles from the Ice Age Trail 50 Start/Finish
– beer, soda, snacks, gels and great sandwiches!)

dnr.wi.gov/org/land/parks
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website has moreinformation about the Southern Kettle Moraine forest and includes a list of area campgrounds. Runners who camp usually stay at the Ottawa Lake Campground, which is a 15-20 minute drive from the Starting area.

www.discoverwhitewater.org
Discover Whitewater Wisconsin

www.walworthcountytourism.com
Walworth County tourism.

Note: This page is intended to highlight the local flavor of La Grange – not as a
complete resource. Please verify information presented here. Contact us if you
find something wrong or outdated. Also, if you have something that would be of
value to our audience please let us know!