Location: Waushara County. Cumberland Avenue
and 7th Drive forming a loop off WIS 21 in the town of Richford.
Length: 2.2 miles
Surface: Paved and gravel
R-102 features roadside panoramas of native trees, prairies and
dense woods that form a canopy in the spring and summer that turns
golden in the autumn. This beautiful forest and field mix supports a
multitude of wildlife including deer, red fox, pheasants and sandhill
cranes, short-eared owls and many songbirds. Wildflowers such as wild
geraniums, Solomonís Seal and wild asparagus are abundant and Amish
buggies are a common sight. The route offers access to the Mecan River
segment of the Ice Age Trail.