The Kettle Moraine State Forest features glacial topography and landmarks that make it one of a kind. Specifically, it has steep sides and ridges, conical hills, kettle-like depressions, and flat-out wash plains. The Southern Unit of the state forest covers 21,000 acres stretching through southern Wisconsin. Visitors can bike, camp, swim, hike, horseback ride, and more. Come explore all of the outdoor wonders the Kettle Moraine State Forest has to offer!