Kettle Moraine State Forest - South Snowmobiling

The 3rd most popular snowmobile trail in Wisconsin.

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North of La Grange in southeastern Wisconsin, the 21,000 acre Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest has a 51 mile Horse-Snowmobile Trail. The route is blazed with orange diamond markers.

The snowmobiling trail is divided into several distinct systems: Forest Long System, Palmyra Trail System, Eagle Trail System, and the Ottawa Trail System

To reach the trailhead from the intersection of CR E and SR 59 in North Prairie, go north on CR E for 1 mile. Turn left (west) on CR ZZ and travel about 2.2 miles to parking on the left.

Note: a trail pass and vehicle sticker are required for use of the trails. A payment stand is located in each parking area.

While snowmobiling Kettle Moraine, the state of Wisconsin requires that all snowmobiles display a Wisconsin snowmobile registration decal. For non-residents, if the snowmobile is registered in another state, then they can purchase a non-resident snowmobilie trail pass.

Overall, Kettle Moraine State Forest - South is the 3rd most popular snowmobile trail of all 29 snowmobiling rides in Wisconsin.


Local Contact(s):  KMSF (262) 594-6200; WI Visitors (800) 432-8747.

Best Season:  Dec. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Long Lake Campground

Luxury Loding:  Abbey Resort (800) 772-1000

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Article Source:   Best Kettle Moraine State Forest - South Snowmobiling Review

GPS:  42.942, -88.448

Date Published:  1/1/2016

Date Updated:  7/5/2016

ID:  13271

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