Nestled in a quiet, peaceful, hilly coulee, this Sparta, Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast Resort offers guests a relaxed, dog-friendly country getaway in the heart of Wisconsin’s Driftless Region. The Resort is located 30 miles East of La Crosse, 13 miles South of Fort McCoy, 5 miles South of I-90 Sparta Exit 25 and 6 miles from the Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail. (see map)
Enjoy your relaxing stay in charming farmhouse suites, garden cottage, Scandinavian Full-Scribe log cabins or rustic drive-in campsites. Explore the 200-acre organic property with dog-friendly, grassy walking trails and two championship disc golf courses.
Justin Trails Resort is open daily 10:00 – 5:00 for outdoor fun with a $5 Trail Pass to use trails and disc golf courses (included when you stay overnight).
Bring the whole family and make Justin Trails Resort your home base. Enjoy riding the Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail, horseback riding at Red Rock Trail Rides or canoe/kayak the La Crosse or Kickapoo Rivers. This is just a taste of the fun things to do nearby!
Since 1986, Innkeepers Don & Donna Justin have welcomed guests and day trip visitors with a passion for the outdoors year round. Awarded one of the top ten Eco-Luxury Inns from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, the Wisconsin Bed and Breakfast includes 50 acres of certified organic alfalfa and soy bean fields, garden plots and 150 acres of oak savanna, prairie and woodland forest restoration.
Justin Trails Resort is a stunning location to host graduations, events, meetings, retreats, parties, getaways, reunions, group tours and more! Meeting and gathering spaces are available in the beautifully renovated 1919 Elegant Barn, The Studio, Lodge and outdoors in our inviting gardens and patios.
Experience a relaxing or adventurous Wisconsin getaway!
“So whether you’re interested in a farm-style retreat, a boisterous reunion of friends, a time to spark (or re-spark) romance, or a place to unwind and decompress from a hectic urban life-style, there’s no question you’ll find it at Justin Trails!”
– Heather Stern, River Bend, Wisconsin