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Wisconsin Highway 32

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North end:  US 45 in Land O' Lakes
Tourist routes  Lake Michigan Circle Tour
Length  524.2 km
North end  US 45 in Land O' Lakes
Wisconsin Highway 32

Tourist routes:  Lake Michigan Circle Tour
South end:  IL 137 in Pleasant Prairie
South end  IL 137 in Pleasant Prairie
Counties  Kenosha County, Wisconsin

State Trunk Highway 32 (often called Highway 32, STH 32 or WIS 32) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Wisconsin that runs north–south in eastern Wisconsin. It runs from the Illinois border (at Illinois Route 137) north to the Michigan border (concurrent with U.S. Highway 45). It is named the 32nd Division Memorial Highway after the U.S. 32nd Infantry Division, and the highway shields have red arrows—the division's logo—on either side of the number 32. The route of WIS 32 has been set by the Wisconsin Legislature in the Wisconsin State Statutes.


Map of WI-32, Wisconsin, USA


WIS 32 shares its designation, or runs concurrently with, at least 16 different state, U.S. and Interstate Highways over its length. They are:

  • WIS 20, for ten blocks in downtown Racine
  • WIS 100, at its north end, for a few blocks in Bayside between Port Washington Road and I-43.
  • I-43, from Bayside to Grafton and from Port Washington to Cedar Grove
  • WIS 57, with I-43 between Mequon and Port Washington, and from the Manitowoc–Sheboygan county line to De Pere
  • US 151, for a few blocks in Chilton
  • WIS 54, on West Mason Street in Green Bay
  • I-41/US 41 freeway from exit 168 to 169 near Green Bay
  • WIS 29, from Green Bay to Pulaski
  • WIS 22, in Gillett
  • WIS 64, through the Nicolet National Forest in Oconto County
  • US 8, from Laona to Crandon
  • WIS 55, from Crandon to Argonne
  • US 45, from Three Lakes to the Michigan state line
  • WIS 70, through downtown Eagle River
  • WIS 17, near Eagle River
  • WIS 32 is named for the Red Arrow Division, which was composed of soldiers from Wisconsin and Michigan during World War I. Because of this, it is sometimes known as the 32nd Division Memorial Highway.


    Wisconsin Highway 32 Wikipedia