Kettle Moraine State Forest is a long-thin state park eastern Wisconsin. The Northern unit spans parts of Sheboygan, Fond du Lac and Washington Counties and is about 30,000 acres in size. The Southern unit of the forest is about 20,000 acres and found in Waukesha, Jefferson and Walworth Counties. Both units contain many lakes, forests, wetlands and grasslands. Recreational opportunities abound with camping, paddling, swimming, boating, hiking, skiing, hunting, and fishing just some of the activities possible for outdoor enthusiasts. Because it is near Wisconsin’s most densely populated areas it a popular destination.
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