Travel & Accommodations

Hotel Accommodations

ASV Hotel Blocks

Discounted blocks have been reserved at the below lodging locations with various cut off dates. All rooms are subject to availability and regular rates.

Please use the direct links and/or access codes to receive the conference rate. Booking lodging accommodation does not register you for the conference.

Hotel reservations are only possible via the below links or by contacting the hotel directly. No one will contact you directly to book your hotel room or offer you a “special discounted conference rate.” If you receive one of these calls or emails, it is a scam.

Madison Concourse Hotel and Governors Club

Single Room Rate: $189/night plus taxes
Double Room Rate: $199/night plus taxes 

To make a reservation call the hotel at (800) 356-8293 and mention you are part of the ASV block or book online here. All reservations must be made by Wednesday, June 15, 2022 to receive the discounted rate.

The Madison Concourse Hotel and Governors Club is in the heart of the downtown Madison. Guests can walk to dozens of restaurants and shops. The hotel offers an indoor parking garage. Additional parking is available across the street at the State Street Capitol Ramp (214 N. Carroll Street). Please be advised that the parking garage has a low clearance and may not accommodate larger vehicles. A complimentary airport shuttle is available to and from Dane County Regional Airport to all hotel guests. Please use the courtesy phone in the baggage claim area (located between Carousels 1 and 2, near Door 5) to let us know that you have your luggage and are ready to be picked up. The shuttle pick-up area is located outside baggage claim, Door 5. Please make a reservation at the Front Desk for your return trip to the airport. The airport is five miles from the hotel. A 12-minute walk to Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.

The Graduate

Room Rate: $199/night plus taxes

To make a reservation call the hotel at (608) 257-4391. Please let them know you are part of the “ASV” group when making your reservation or book online here. All reservations must be made by Thursday, June 10, 2022 to receive the discounted rate.

The Graduate Madison is located just steps from Madison’s iconic State Street district’s dining and shopping, and a stone’s throw from the Memorial Union. The Graduate offers unique amenities near the heart of UW-Madison’s campus. Enjoy Camp Trippalindee, a summer camp themed rooftop bar with breathtaking views of the State Capitol and picturesque Lake Mendota, a café serving coffee and all-day breakfast in the lobby, and a 24-hour onsite gym. Enjoy a room design inspired by the lakeshore and college lifestyle complete with cozy beds, workstations, an HD TV, docking stations, and a lounge chair. Valet parking is available, and pets stay free! A 19-minute walk to Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.

Best Western InnTowner

Room Rate: $159.99/night plus taxes

To make a reservation call the hotel at (608) 233-8778 and mention the “ASV” block or book online here. All reservations must be made by Thursday, June 23, 2022 to receive the discounted rate.

Best Western PLUS InnTowner Madison recently completed a multi-million-dollar renovation of its 176 guest rooms with new pillowtop mattress bedding, 42” flat screen TV’s, iHome clock radios, new furniture and a Keurig personal coffee machine in every room. Located in the heart of Madison, you’re sure to feel right at home while you’re here. Hotel provides a complimentary shuttle service within a certain radius of the hotel. A 53-minute walk to Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center.

University Housing

Ogg Hall

Room Rates
Single: $76.91/person/night
Double: $51.91/person/night
(Rates include breakfast)

*To be paired with a preferred roommate, both parties must request the other person. If you select a double occupancy room and do not submit a roommate request, University Housing will pair a person with you.

Ogg Hall is located in the southeast campus area on the corner of Park and Dayton streets, offers central air conditioned single and double occupancy rooms with televisions, clock radios, and other amenities. Bathroom facilities serve up to eight guests located immediately adjacent. Kitchens and spacious lounges are located on every floor and laundry facilities are on the first floor. Ogg Hall is connected to a pedestrian mall and is in close proximity to many campus libraries and the Memorial Union.

The 24-hour desk serves your needs for check-in and check-out.

To make a reservation, please click on 'Book Here' below. Once on the site, click the ‘Summer Guests: Overnight Reservations’ button on the right side. You will then need to create a login to proceed with a reservation by clicking on the ‘Register Here’ button.

Traveling to Madison

By Plane

Madison: The Dane County Regional Airport is located 4 miles northeast of downtown Madison. You can continue to the meeting site via taxi, which will cost approximately $25.00. Please visit for more information.

Milwaukee: The General Mitchell International Airport ( is in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, approximately 75 miles east of Madison. You may continue to Madison via car or bus. Please see below for more information on car and bus travel.

Chicago: Chicago, Illinois is located 150 miles southeast of Madison and has two international airports: Midway International Airport and O’Hare International Airport. Both airports can be found by visiting – passengers can continue to Madison via car or bus; please see below for additional information on both options.

By Bus

Milwaukee: The Badger Coach Bus Line runs six daily trips from Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International Airport to the University of Wisconsin-Madison for $23 one way. The drop off location is located at the corner of Lake and Johnson streets, and is 0.7 miles away from the conference meeting site. Travel time is approximately two hours. Please call (608) 276-7490 for more information or visit

Chicago: The Van Galder Bus Company runs several times daily from both O’Hare and Midway Airports, directly to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. The drop off location is located at the corner of Lake and Johnson streets, and is 0.7 miles away from the conference meeting site. The one-way fare is currently $30-32 and travel time is approximately 3.5-hours. Please call (608) 747-0994 for more information or visit

Greyhound bus lines also run to Madison. Please call (800) 231-2222 for fare and schedule information or visit Taxis are available at the bus terminal, which is approximately 0.6 miles from the conference meeting site.

By Car

Madison lies approximately 150 miles northwest of Chicago (3-hour drive), 75 miles west of Milwaukee (1.5-hour drive) and 270 miles southeast of Minneapolis (4-hour drive).

Parking: Parking in Madison is very limited.

Getting Around Madison

Uber & Lyft

Uber and Lyft are both available in Madison and will provide rides to and from the Dane County Regional Airport. To utilize, download the Uber of Lyft app on your smartphone.

Taxi Services

Below is a listing of taxi cab companies in Madison. Participants must pay this expense.

Car Rental

Alamo: (608) 249-1449/ (800) 462-5266

AVIS: (608) 242-2442/ (800) 831-2847

Budget: (608) 249-5544/ (800) 527-0700

Dollar: (608) 661-4941/ (800) 800-4000

Enterprise: (608) 661-4900/ (800) 325-8007

Hertz: (608) 241-3803/ (800) 654-3131

National: (608) 249-1614/ (800) 227-7368

Thrifty: (608) 661-4940/ (800) 847-4389

Other Transportation Options

Check out other ways to navigate Madison here:


Metro Transit

About Madison

You will find the best of all worlds in Wisconsin’s vibrant capital city and picturesque surrounding towns: natural beauty and outdoor recreation, stimulating cultural offerings, distinctive restaurants and shops, and an irreverent spirit of fun.

Built on an isthmus between lakes Monona and Mendota, Madison is renowned for its beautiful scenery. A total of five area lakes and over 200 parks provide an abundance of year-round outdoor activities, from hiking, biking, swimming, and sailing along with cross-country skiing, snow sailing, and ice fishing.

Madison offers a variety of things to do before and after the conference sessions. Within blocks of many of the conference hotels and a short walk from the conference Monona Terrace is the iconic State Street. After checking out the State Street shops and restaurants, take time to stop by and tour the beautiful Wisconsin State Capitol. Tour the Capitol on your own or by guided tour to experience this stunning icon. One of the most popular warm weather traditions in Madison and the largest producer-only market in the US is the weekly Farmers’ Market located on the capitol square.

To search for other activities while in Madison view the Calendar of Events.

Madison is in Central Standard Time (CST)


Wisconsin weather in late June/early July is usually sunny and warm with temperatures averaging between 75 and 85 degrees.

For current weather information, visit The Weather Channel site for Madison:

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