Kettle Moraine State Forest - Northern Unit
Explore and enjoy almost 30,000 acres of rolling hills, lakes, forests and grasslands that were given to us a mere 15,000 years ago, during the Ice Age, when our area lay under the grip of colossal ice sheets. It is said that nowhere is the glacier's mark upon the land more impressive than in Wisconsin, namely the Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. The forest provides relaxation and recreation throughout all four of our glorious seasons. Summer provides picturesque camping, biking, hiking, fishing or swimming at one of our three beaches. Fall in love with our colors as your meander through our winding roads during the autumn season. Winter provides excellent opportunities for skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. Then watch as the forest comes alive during the spring season. Pets are welcome in Wisconsin State Parks but must be on a leash and under control at all times. Certain areas may be off limits to pets. Visit our website for more details.
Choose Your List(s)
- Pets Welcome/Inquire
- Campground Type
- Trail Length (miles)
- Natural Attractions Type
- Parks, Forests, Trails
- Surface Type
- Crushed Rock
- Publicly Owned
- Showers and Flush Toilets
- Nature Trails
- Number of Campsites
- Boat Launch
- Dumping Station
- Camping Hook-ups
Zillmer Trails Campbellsport - 0.77 miles away
Henry S. Reuss Ice Age Visitor Center Campbellsport - 3.31 miles away
Beechwood Cheese Co. Beechwood - 3.5 miles away
Auburn Bluffs Golf Course Campbellsport - 3.6 miles away
Travel Green Wisconsin Certified
Certified: (Req. 30 Points)
To be certified through Travel Green Wisconsin, all participants must achieve at least 30 points on the Travel Green Wisconsin Checklist. The more points a business attains, the greener they are in their operations.
- Provide reusable goods, such as hand soap; purchase in bulk.
- Sets lighting to timed/motion sensors.
- Use low-flow water fixtures.
- Support local businesses; use local caterers who obtain their food from local suppliers.
- Converting existing agricultural fields, planting native prairie and tree species.
- Use reclaimed water to spray hay field.