The Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive passes through six counties beginning in Elkhart Lake in Sheboygan County and stretching to Whitewater Lake in Walworth County. The 115 mile ride through southeastern Wisconsin offers visitors an opportunity to learn about Wisconsin’s geological history and landscape shaped by the glaciers that covered the region thousands of years ago.
Moraines, wetlands, bogs, and lakes were formed during this time and are featured along the drive. The area is also known for its great fishing, hiking, camping and other outdoor recreational opportunities. With so much to see and explore, this is a trip you and your family will not soon forget.
John Hitchcock: National Sanctuary
August 22 - January 29
In the most ambitious installation of his work to date, Madison-based printmaker John Hitchcock will fill MOWA’s Atrium with multiple screenprint images of...
Fred Stonehouse: The Promise of Distant Things
September 26 - January 17
Fred Stonehouse’s paintings are instantly recognizable. Each caricature-cum-dreamscape is simultaneously maudlin, whimsical, and shocking. His work puzzles and...
Taste of Washington County
Eat, drink and be Merry! Savor the flavors of great food from your favorite local Washington County restaurants and explore the new and untried as well. A...
One of the highlights of the Ice Age Trail hike is coming upon the Parnell Tower. This 60-foot wooden observation tower was rebuilt in 1988 and offers a...
Anton's Salon & Spa
We represent a highly educated team of talent, whose focus is to provide you with impeccable service, consistent quality, and outstanding product selection....
Nutt Hill at Roosevelt-Nutt Park
Nutt Ski Hill is part of the Roosevelt-Nutt Park. Nutt Hill is used in the winter for downhill skiing, and features two ski hill runs, an electric tow rope and...