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.
Music on Main
June 02 - September 01
Music on Main is a free musical event for people of all ages offering a variety of musical genres including blues, jazz, alternative rock, classic rock,...
Summer Concert Series At City Park
June 09 - August 18
The Plymouth Municipal Band alternates with a variety of local bands, mid-June through mid-August. Concessions available; local civic groups generally do...
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...
Nashotah Park is a 444-acre park nestled among rolling hills, woodlands, wetlands, and grasslands that offer habitat for deer, waterfowl and a variety of...
Delafield Fish Hatchery
Constructed in 1907, the hatchery stands as a reminder of Wisconsin's fishing heritage. In the early 20th century concern over fish deletion led to the...