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.
David Lenz: People on the Periphery
October 08 - January 22
One of America’s most acclaimed portraitists, David Lenz of Shorewood has made his 30-year career one dedicated to championing people on the periphery of...
Annual Holiday Membership Exhibit
December 02 - January 20
A Great exhibit where members of the Plymouth Arts Center may have one piece of work in this show.
Lapham Peak Fat Tire Races
January 05 - January 26
The races are held on a four-mile loop of mountain bike and horse trails. When the snow cover is sufficient, the course will be packed and groomed.
Located in Plymouth, WI since 1949. Plymouth's only state licensed meat market. Home of the famous TENDERETTE SANDWICH STEAK, But that's not all! We carry a...
Plymouth Downtown Mural Walk
In June 2011 downtown Plymouth was host to the Walldogs, a group of 160+ painters from around the world, who created 21 murals on downtown buildings over the...
Henry S. Reuss Ice Age Visitor Center
Make the Ice Age Visitor Center your first stop when you arrive at the forest. The center is about 0.5 miles west of Dundee on State Highway 67. Nestled in the...
52 Stafford, An Irish Guest House
This historic 19 room inn offers plush guestrooms and an Irish pub and restaurant. Rooms feature four poster beds, two person whirlpool baths, in-room coffee...