Cold Springs has a bit of history as the birth home of George Peck and Edward Curtis. George Peck served as Wisconsin governor in the late 1800's and Edward Curtis published a 20 volume photographic study of North American Indians.
The Cold Spring Community Center, located on the land that belonged to Edward Curtis, has a small parking area and a two table pavilion. The Center used to be a one-room schoolhouse. This is a very out-of-the-way sheltered spot; Perfect for making coffee while watching the tractor traffic. Surrounded by farm fields, the scenery changes by year and season. It could be beans, wheat, or corn, in stages of sprouts, lush waving carpets, or harvested stubble. It merits regular checking over coffee and snacks. A destination when I need a ride but I'm on a short leash.
Not far from the Community Center is a Jefferson county park wayside that includes a picnic table and toilets. A good place to know about if there is over-brewing of coffee.
Home of Governor Peck
Community center lot with pavilion in the back left
Marker for Edward Curtis at the community center
Sign next to the wayside.
I was too lazy to get off the bike to include the actual wayside.