Rustic Roads

There is one road identified as Rustic in Winnebago County.


Rustic Road 72


Mountain Road, beginning and ending with County M.



3.1 miles


Paved and gravel

R-72 offers great wildlife and wildflower viewing in a serene setting. Mountain Road passes through the middle of 270 acres owned by the Nature Conservancy. It is home to many birds including Sandhill cranes, Short-eared owls, Northern bobwhite, quail and pheasants. The traveler will encounter an abundance of wildflowers bordering the roadway including May apple, trillium, Canada anemone, wild geraniums, Solomon’s seal, wild roses and goldenrod.

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