The Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest is 30 miles long, extending from the village of Dousman, Wisconsin, almost to the city of Whitewater. Forest Headquarters is 3 miles west of the village of Eagle on State Highway 59
Mato M. on Ice Age Trail: Scuppernong
Great moderate difficulty trail, will do it again!
this is an awesome trail system just a heads up for people taking their kids and a stroller it's very rocky on the hills and tree roots are ample so a jogging stroller would definitely work better then a standard stroller you can make those work but be ready for a work out. This is an absolutely beautiful trail system you will not regret trying it out one bit
The 9-mile blue loop of the Nordic Trail is my favorite hike in the area. Well, not so much in my area, because I live an hour south of the trail, but it is absolutely worth the drive. Nice varied scenery, a few hilly areas to provide some variety (and a little more effort), well-marked, well-maintained paths, and best of all, no biking allowed!
This section is part of The North Face Endurance Challenge Wisconsin ultra marathon races - great mix of piney woods, open fields, single and double track. A variety of trail surfaces: pine needle covered trails, sand, rocks, and mown grass. Street crossings mean you're never too far away from civilization, but this still remains one of the best natural getaways in the Chicagoland area.
I like this trail system, along with the John Muir trail system across the street. Unfortunately we were advised not to use the John Muir trails due to the amount of bikers that day. We did a mix of the blue and green trails. I'd say it was fairly easy, some uphill climbs, but most of the time the path was easy and wide. Very well marked. Not at all crowded when I went. Bring bug spray if you're into that sort of thing. I'll be going back, but I prefer the John Muir trails.
Yvette C. on Scuppernong Nature Trail
Did this trail a few weeks ago it was very relaxing and fun.