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SCCA - Land O' Lakes Region - Road Rally

Friday, Oct 2 — Sunday, Oct 4, 2020
Super 8 Osseo, Osseo, WI

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Tomah Trail - National Tour

Tomah Trail will be a combination of roads used by the Chippewa Trail and Badger Trails over the years plus a few roads we needed to find to get to Tomah. The rally will employ the MiRally SmartControl system. It will be about 200 miles long and contain abput 20 regularity sections.


Thursday, Oct 2   Tomah Trail Sign -in. 
Friday, Oct 3 Tomah Trail starts 8-9AM

Headquarters for Tomah Trail
Super 8 - Osseo, WI 

Address: 50663 Oak Grove Rd, Osseo, WI 54758

Phone (715) 803-2628
Toll free (800) 536-0519

Oktoberally – National Course Rally  Saturday, October 3, 2020

A course rally of average difficulty that runs through eastern Monroe County and Southern Jackson County. Traps are of the you see it or you don’t variety. There are no 3 minute intersections, Speeds are brisk. Free zones are used extensively. The Richta CP Timing system will be used, so you will need a smartphone.

Friday, Oct 3 Best Western - Tomah,  Registration and Hospitality 6:00 – 9:00 PM
Saturday Oct 4 1st car Receives Route Instructions for Oktoberally 8:00 AM

The GR8 Purple Cow – National Tour Rally  Sunday, October 4, 2020

The GR8 Purple Cow runs south of Tomah. The roads in this are a blast to drive. Speeds are brisk. Controls are located in challenging locations along the twistiest roads we can find. When not on one of those twisty roads you will be in a transit zone to the next twisty road.  The Richta CP Timing system will be used, so you will need a smartphone.

Sunday, Oct 5 1st car Receives Route Instructions for GR8 Purple Cows 7:30 AM

Headquarters for Oktoberally & GR8 Purple Cow
Best Western - Tomah
1017 E McCoy Boulevard
Tomah, WI 54660
1 608 372 3211

We have negotiated a special rate of $85/night. To get this special rate call the motel at the number above and mention Road Rally. You may also book online be clicking the following link: Click here to book your room in Tomah for the Road Rally



The city of Tomah is located west of Fort McCoy near Lake Tomah in Monroe County. Founded in 1856 by Robert E. Gillett and his son Robert A. Gillett, Tomah was named for a legendary Native American chief named Thomas Carron (1752-1817) who built a council house where the Menomonee and Ho-Chunk met.

The site of significant lumber and railroad industry, Tomah later became a center of agriculture, especially cranberry growing.  

Tomah is known as the boyhood home of Frank King (1883-1969), creator of the popular “Gasoline Alley” comic strip, and John E. Sheridan (1880-1948), illustrator of numerous Saturday Evening Post covers.