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Kettle Morain South Trail Head Wisconsin

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Submitted By: Ace on 16 Aug 2008
Latitude: 42.935815
Longitude: -88.465862

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he easiest way (if you're coming from the south) is to take I-43 North to Highway 20 and continue West on that. Then take a right so onto Highway 67 North and follow that until you see a few signs that say 'welcome to Eagle' and such. Highway 67 literally runs straight through the forest so it's easy to find. From the north, get on to 94 East and follow it until you reach Highway 67. Follow that south and it'll take you right through Kettle Moraine. If you're coming from Green Bay or that area, take I-43 South to I-94 West and look for Highway 67 to follow south to Kettle Moraine State Forest.


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Kettle Moraine offers four different camp grounds. Pine Wood Campground has 101 camp sites a mix of flush and pit toilets, showers, but no electrical sites. There is also a 24 hours quiet zone in one of the three loops. This is also a place for group camping. Personally, I found it's a very typical campground, but a very nice, peaceful place. The Ottawa Lake Campground is a year round campsite with half the sites electric. It has flush toilets and showers. It offers sites for people with disabilities as well as a reserve-able cabin. White Water Lake Campground has pit toilets and no showers. The closest showers are 20 miles away at Pine Wood. Good place to get back to nature. There are three year-round backpacking camp sites with pit toilets, fire pit, and pretty good sized shelter. The backpacking sites are generally a pretty good walk off the Ice Age path.

Camping Reviews for Kettle Morain South Trail Head Wisconsin
There is no such place as "kettle moriane south trail head". This is essentially a review of the Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit, and the marker show on the map will take you to one of many trailheads for the Ice Age Trail within the Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit. If you use the info on this website to get to the KMSF-SU, you are looking to get lost. Better info is out there in other places!
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Scuppernong Trail is off of county ZZ. There are three loo ps offairly easy hiking trails totaling about 13 miles.
Emma Carlin Trails are off of county Z south of Highway 59. It offers about three different trails as well which are fairly hilly. The longest trail is about 5 miles.
Ice Age Trail in its' entirety is over 1000 miles. The south Kettle Moraine Trailhead offers 30 miles of this trail which brings you through forests, vegetation, through streams and more. While on the trail you don't see much so you want to make sure you have everything you need with you (like OFF!) especially if you plan on hiking all 30 miles of the trail. There are three backpacking shelters which can be reserved that each have a good size shelter about 25' x 18' with a roof and gravel floor, a fire pit, and a bathroom pit.


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cuppernong Trail is off of county ZZ. There are three loops of fairly rollie trails totaling about 13 miles.
The Nordic Trail, on County Highway H provides skiing through a variety of vegetation, hardwoods, pine plantations, open meadows, and kettle moraine terrain. There are six different trails of varying lengths and degrees of difficulty, providing hiking or skiing for all levels of ability. A warming shelter is open every day, and parking, vault toilets and a sledding hill are also available at the trailhead.


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Several lakes which provide O.K. swimming. small beaches but good picnic areas.



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