Location

Location

Erin Hills is located 35 miles northwest of Milwaukee and 115 miles from Chicago. General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee is serviced by most major airlines. Additional airport facilities are located in Waukesha and Hartford for private aircraft. The property address is:

Erin Hills
7169 County Road O
Erin, WI 53027

Directions

Click here to link to Google Maps or follow the directions from major travel points below. Please note the golf course is not visible from the road — you’ll be looking for a small wooden sign on the south side of the road to enter the property.

From Downtown Milwaukee (37 miles; 45 minute driving time):

Take I-94 West to I-41 North at Exit 305 B.
Stay on I-41 North for 19 miles.
Take Exit 57 (WI-167 West/Holy Hill Road).
Turn left onto WI-167 West/Holy Hill Road and proceed for 10 miles.
At the four-way Stop with Highway 83 (BP station at the NW), continue straight as 167 will become County Road O.
After 0.9 miles turn left into Erin Hills (marked with a small wooden sign on the south side of the road).

From Chicago (114 miles; 2:15):

 Take I-94 West towards Milwaukee for approximately 75 miles (depending on starting point).
Near Milwaukee General Mitchell Airport, merge onto I-894 West towards Madison.
After 10 miles when I-894 becomes I-41 North, stay straight on I-41 North for 18 more miles to Exit 57 (WI 167 West/Holy Hill Road).
Turn left onto WI-167 West/Holy Hill Road and proceed for 10 miles.
At the four-way Stop with Highway 83 (with a BP station at the northwest corner of the intersection), continue straight as 167 becomes County Road O.
After 0.9 miles turn left into Erin Hills (marked with a small sign).

From Green Bay (116 miles; 2:10):

Take I-41 South for approximately 105 miles to Exit 57 (WI-167 West/Holy Hill Road).
Turn right onto WI-167 West and proceed for 10 miles.
At the four-way Stop with Highway 83 (with a BP station at the northwest corner of the intersection), continue forward as 167 becomes County Road O.
After 0.9 miles turn left into Erin Hills (marked with a small sign).

From Kohler (65 miles; 1:20):

Take I-43 south for approximately 33 miles to Exit 92 (WI 60 West) at Grafton.
Take 60 West for 23 miles to the center of Hartford (stoplight with the Mineshaft restaurant on the northeast corner).
Turn left (south) onto Route 83. Continue on 83 South for 7 miles.
At the four-way Stop with a BP station at the northwest corner, turn right (west) onto County Road O.
After 0.9 miles turn left into the entrance of Erin Hills (marked with a small sign).

From Madison (66 miles; 1:20):

Take I-94 East for approximately 41 miles to Exit 282 (WI-67 North towards Oconomowoc).
Turn left (north) onto WI-67 North. Continue on WI-67 North for approximately 4 miles.
Turn right onto Lisbon Road. Continue on Lisbon Road for 0.9 miles.
Take the 3rd left onto Brown Street/County Road P. Continue on County Road P for 6.7 miles.
Turn right onto County Road O.
After 5.5 miles (and 500 hundred yards beyond the Erin Hills maintenance facility), turn right into Erin Hills (marked with a small sign).

From Milwaukee General Mitchell International Airport (43 miles; 0:50):

Follow the signs for I-894 West.
Merge onto I-894 West (towards Madison) on the left.
After 10 miles when I-894 becomes I-41 North, stay straight on I-41 North for 18 more miles to Exit 57 (WI 167 West/Holy Hill Road).
Turn left onto WI-167 West/Holy Hill Road and proceed for 10 miles.
At the four-way Stop with Highway 83 (with a BP station at the northwest corner of the intersection), continue forward as 167 becomes County Road O.
After 0.9 miles turn left into Erin Hills (marked with a small sign).

From Minneapolis (312 miles; 5:15):

Take I-94 East for approximately 295 miles (depending on starting point). Note: Near Madison stay on I-94 East towards Milwaukee by taking left Exit 138 A.
Take Exit 282 (WI-67 North towards Oconomowoc).
Turn left (north) onto WI-67 North. Continue on WI-67 North for approximately 4 miles.
Turn right onto Lisbon Road. Continue on Lisbon Road for 0.9 miles.
Take the 3rd left onto Brown Street/County Road P. Continue on County Road P for 6.7 miles.
Turn right onto County Road O.
After 5.5 miles (and 500 hundred yards beyond the Erin Hills maintenance facility), turn right into Erin Hills (marked with a small sign).

Area Attractions

The natural topography of the Kettle Moraine makes it an ideal playground for activities beyond golf — hiking, biking, boating and fishing are just a few of the recreational activities to explore in the area. Visit travelwisconsin.com for a list of cities and attractions within proximity to Erin Hills. A few highlights include:

Kettle Moraine State Forest — North Unit

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/kmn/

Offering more than 30,000 acres of glacial hills, kettles, and woods — this time preserved glimpse into the natural forces that shaped the terrain in just minutes away.

Holy Hill

holyhill.com

The spires of Holy Hill are visible from almost any point on the Erin Hills course. This national shrine draws more than 500,000 annual visitors. 10 minutes from Erin Hills.

Hartford, WI

A charming lake country enclave just 10 minutes north of Erin Hills, Hartford has a historic downtown area and is home to the Wisconsin Automotive Museum and the Schauer Arts Center.

Oconomowoc, WI

oconomowoc-wi.gov
Nestled in the heart of lake country, Oconomowoc has natural beauty that shines year round. The thorough enjoyment of browsing the downtown shops is perfectly complimented by the quality and variety of eating experiences available. A stroll along the tree-lined streets of Oconomowoc seems like a trip back to the turn of the century. 25 minutes from Erin Hills.

Delafield, WI

visitdelafield.org

The Willisamsburg-styled downtown area looks like it’s from a bygone era, but its one-of-a-kind boutiques and restaurants will have you enjoying a relaxed pace in a thoroughly modern way. 25 minutes from Erin Hills.

Milwaukee

visitmilwaukee.org

All of the recreational and cultural activities available in metropolitan Milwaukee are within a 45-minute drive from Erin Hills. VisitMilwaukee.org offers a complete view of city neighborhoods, events and local specialties. Some Milwaukee highlights include: