Brown County may not have everything you want. What makes it cool is that it doesn't have any of the stuff you're sick of.
Let's put it this way. If you stand under one of Brown County's stop lights, you can see the other two without squinting. You can also see the only major chain stores in the county: a CVS drug store--which is okay, I guess--and a McDonalds.
But with its hundreds of miles of winding, hilly, rural roads, there's no reason to hang out by the stop lights for long.
The few people who do live along those roads don't mind the sound of a Harley's rumble interrupting the peace and quiet now and then. And, of course, few people means few cars to spoil your ride. The back roads are deserted even when the shops and main roads are clogged with folk missing out on the best of what Brown County has to offer.
We'll show you how to find those deserted roads, and you'll ride off on the best possible way to explore them.
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We know people we think will treat you right during your stay in Brown County. Here are some things to do, places to stay, and other things we think you'll like.