Enjoy all that Kettle Moraine State Forest offers

The Oleson Pioneer Log Cabin was built by Norwegian Immigrant Ole Oleson. This cabin is one of three historic cabins in the park, located on Duffin Road, north of U.S. Highway 12.

This spring, get in touch with your adventurous side. Take a trip to the Kettle Moraine State Forest, just minutes away from the city of Whitewater. Enjoy a day or weekend filled with hiking, site seeing, camping, fishing, biking or any of the other activities the park has to offer. Get ready to take off that winter sweater and throw on your tennis shoes and take advantage of the first signs of warmer weather. If you don’t have any activities in mind, take a look at the Kettle Moraine pictures in the photo gallery for a few ideas.

Camping

If you’re looking for a place to tent up, try these campgrounds for the weekend and enjoy roughing it.

-Ottawa Lake Campground

-Whitewater Lake Campground

-Pinewoods Campground

Lakes

Whether you’re a swimmer, fisherman, boater or just a feet-in-the-water type, Kettle Moraine has a plethora of lakes and streams to choose from for all of your leisure activities.

Scenic Drives

You don’t have to be a professional photographer to take frame-worthy shots. Visit the Bald Bluff scenic overlook and the scenic drive to document your day trip.

Historic Sites

Don’t forget to visit these historic cabins on your weekend trip.

-Emerson Cabin

-Oleson Cabin

-Gotten Cabin

Hiking

If you’re looking for a great workout while enjoying the outdoors, give one of the many hiking, biking or skiing trails a try.

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