Kettle Moraine State Forest – Northern Unit, Ice Age Trail Visitor Center and Haskell Noyes Woods State Natural Area
This 30,000-acre state forest includes state natural areas and the Ice Age Trail. Visitors can explore rolling hills, lakes, forest and grasslands containing many interesting habitats, species of animals and plants. A stop at the Henry S. Reuss Visitor Center is the perfect way to learn about this glaciated area that includes numerous kames, kettles, and ridges left behind by the glaciers. Also found within this property is the Haskell Noyes Woods SNA, a classic example of southern dry-mesic forest dominated by sugar maple and red oak. Spring wildflowers are scattered throughout the site and put on a showy display in April and May.
Directions: From Campbellsport, travel northeast about 5 miles on Hwy 67 to the Henry S. Reuss Visitor Center. There are many other entrances to this large state forest.
Gazetteer: Page 46, C-4 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 80, E-1 (10th edition).
Phone: 262/626-2116 (State Forest); 920/533-8322 (Ice Age Trail Visitor Center).
Web site: Kettle Moraine North Trails
Signature Species: Blackcapped Chickadee, White and Red-breasted Nuthatch and Warbling Vireo.
Rare Species: Winter Wren,
Brown Creeper, Blue-winged,
Nashville and Golden-winged
Nearest food & lodging: Campbellsport.