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Terry Andrae State Park A Gull © Jim Snyder
A gull getting a birdseye view of the waves coming in.
Wisconsin's Northern Kettle Moraine Region Parks

4
State Parks
1
National Wildlife Refuge
9
State Wildlife Areas
1
State Forest
Parks in this region are near these Wisconsin Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
MILWAUKEE
SHEBOYGAN
FOND DU LAC
FRANKLIN
OAK CREEK
WEST BEND
BEAVER DAM
HARTFORD
SOUTH MILWAUKEE
MEQUON
GERMANTOWN
CUDAHY
CEDARBURG
GRAFTON
PLYMOUTH
Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
Over 21,000 acres in size, Horicon National Wildlife Refuge is located on the west branch of the Rock River in southeastern Wisconsin and encompasses the northern two-thirds of Horicon Marsh. Horicon Marsh is a shallow, peat-filled lakebed gouged out by the Wisconsin Glacier about 12,000 thousand ........more >
Kettle Moraine State Forest
The Northern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest is located 45 minutes north of Milwaukee. Please see a Wisconsin State Highway Map and our Forest Map to determine if the suggested route will work best for you. See Current Conditions page for any detour information. Visitors can explore and enjoy ........more >
Lizard Mound State Park
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Nichols Creek State Wildlife Area
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Old Wade House State Park
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Pike Lake State Park
The Pike Lake Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest is located in the middle of the Kettle Moraine, a strip of glacial landforms which extends through southeastern Wisconsin to Lake Winnebago. This provides for a beautiful glacial remnant landscape of kames, kettles, and eskers. The Forest is named ........more >
Sheboygan Marsh State Wildlife Area
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Terry Andrae State Park
Mammals The park is home to many mammals, the most popular of which is the white-tailed deer. Red fox can often be seen in the dunes. Thirteen-lined ground squirrels frequent the picnic areas looking for scraps. Muskrats, master architects, build domed homes in the Black River marsh. Raccoons can ........more >
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