Road Miles, Drive Times
Road Miles and Drive Times, with Directions
For Outagamie County, Wisconsin
|Destination: Appleton, Wisconsin
||From Chicago take I-94 westbound (north) to Milwaukee. Take I-894 westbound and cross I-94, where it becomes US 45. Take US 45 north as US 41 merges with it on the north side of Milwaukee. Stay on US 41 north to Appleton.
||From Dubuque takes US 151 northeast to Madison. Take the US 12/18 beltway east to I-90 and take I-90 westbound (north) about six miles to the US 151 exit. Follow US 151 northeast to US 41 outside of Fond du Lac. Follow US 41 north to Appleton.
||From Duluth take US 53 south. At Chippewa Falls, take US 29 east. Follow US 29 to Wausau, then take US 51 south five miles and exit back onto US 29 east. At Green Bay, take US 41 south to Appleton.
||From Madison, take US 151 northeast to Fond du Lac, then take US 41 north to Appleton.
||From downtown Milwaukee take I-94 west five miles to US-45 north. Take US 45 north as US 41 merges with it on the north side of Milwaukee. Stay on US 41 north to Appleton.
||From Rockford take I-90 westbound (north). Shortly after it merges with I-94, take US 151 northeast to US 41 outside of Fond du Lac, then take US 41 north to Appleton.
|St Paul, MN
||From St Paul take I-94 east. Shortly before Eau Claire, exit onto US 29 east. Follow US 29 to Wausau, then take US 51 south five miles before exiting back onto US 29 east. At Green Bay take US 41 south to Appleton.
|La Crosse, WI
||From La Crosse take I-90 east. When I-90 joins I-94 near Tomah, take I-90 west four miles, then exit to SR 21 east. Follow SR 21 to Oshkosh and take US 41 north to La Crosse.
||From Wausau take US 51 south just five miles and exit to US 29 east. Follow US 29 to Green Bay and then take US 41 south to Appleton.
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Drive times are calculated based on typical safe driving speeds, under good driving conditions, for Interstate highways, multi-lane divided highways, non-divided highways and county roads. Your times may vary.
Abbreviations used in the above table: "Cty" = County Road or County Trunk Highway, "SR" = State Road or Highway, "US" = US Highway, "I-" indicates US Interstate System.