Driftless area driving tour Aug. 7-9

The Driftless area in western Wisconsin has been a popular touring area for PCA members and their Porsches. The roads are twisty and picturesque. Dining options are plentiful and the camaraderie we enjoy with other Porsche owners is unmatched.

In the past, the region-sponsored tour has occurred in October to enjoy the fall colors in the beautiful area along the Mississippi River. With the Coronavirus keeping us, and our cars, cooped up for the last several months, it seemed like a good idea to do it in August.

We will plan each portion of the trip with social distancing and safety at the forefront.

Patty and Patrick Murphy are the tour hosts for this year’s Driftless region adventure.
Jim Lindenberg will lead the tour.

The tour will run from Aug. 7 to 9.

Our base will be the Radisson, LaCrosse. We will stay there two nights and depart from there on Saturday for a day of driving.

All who register will receive information on the starting point for Aug. 7.

Registration: https://www.motorsportreg.com/events/driftless-area-tour-to-lacrosse-wi-pca-milwaukee-430875


Aug. 7 – Follow-the-leader driving tour to LaCrosse, Wis. (Registrants will receive information on the starting point). We will stop for lunch in Reedsburg at J’s Pub and Grill.

Aug. 8 – Porsches take on the twisty roads of western Wisconsin. Amazing vistas await. Lunch will be at a Culver’s.

Aug. 9 – Return to SE Wisconsin on your own.

Dinners on Friday and Saturday evening are on your own. We will have several recommendations for you.


We have reserved a block of rooms at the Radisson LaCrosse (1 king bed $119/ 2 queen beds $129). You must reserve a room by July 31. After that date, the block will be released. You can also stay at any other lodging entity in LaCrosse if you like.

You are responsible for making your own hotel reservations (608-784-6680). When reserving be sure to tell them you are with the Porsche Club.

Limit: 20 cars

Sign up on Motorsportreg.com. All participants including the navigator and any other occupants of your car must sign both PCA waivers—the Covid-19 release and the Release and Waiver of Liability. Those forms will be found on the Motorsportreg.com site when you register.

Posted on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 7:32 AM, updated on Thursday, July 2, 2020 6:40 AM
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