TOWN OF LAVALLE, Wis. - Wisconsin has a new rustic road and it's in Sauk County.
Gov. Scott Walker has designated Bundy Hollow Road in the town of LaValle as State Rustic Road No. 112.
The Wisconsin State Journal reported the road is slightly less than three miles long.
Wisconsin's Rustic Road system was created in 1973 to preserve scenic, lightly traveled country roads for the enjoyment of bikers, hikers and motorists. Rustic roads have a speed limit of 45 mph.
The state's system now includes more than 640 miles of rustic roads through 58 counties.
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