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Hiking, Biking, and Riding in Kettle Moraine State Park
Hiking, Biking, and Riding in Kettle Moraine State Park

Hiking, Biking, and Riding in Kettle Moraine State Park

The Southern unit of the Kettle Moraine State Park is home to 160 miles of excellent hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. With over 22,000 stunning acres of glacial hills, lakes, prairies,

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Send Your Kids to Summer Camp in Whitewater
Send Your Kids to Summer Camp in Whitewater

Send Your Kids to Summer Camp in Whitewater

No place does summer quite like Wisconsin. Whitewater and the surrounding area are home to many local camps dedicated to helping your kids enjoy all the wonders & surprises of Wisconsin in the

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5 Things to Do in Whitewater This Summer
5 Things to Do in Whitewater This Summer

5 Things to Do in Whitewater This Summer

Summer is perhaps our favorite time of year here in Whitewater. With many of the students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater home for the summer, the town gets a little quieter but the fun

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The Best Wildflower Walks in Southeastern Wisconsin
The Best Wildflower Walks in Southeastern Wisconsin

The Best Wildflower Walks in Southeastern Wisconsin

Late spring and early summer are the best times to view wildflowers in Southeastern Wisconsin. Some of the best wildflower trails are located inside the Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Park,

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Inside Kettle Moraine State Park
Inside Kettle Moraine State Park

Inside Kettle Moraine State Park

The Hamilton House Bed & Breakfast is located a short five-minute drive away from Southern Kettle Moraine State Park, one of Wisconsin’s premiere state parks. Encompassing over 22,000

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Whitewater is Now An Official Ice Age Trail Community
Whitewater is Now An Official Ice Age Trail Community

Whitewater is Now An Official Ice Age Trail Community

The story of the iconic Ice Age Trail begins more than 12,000 years ago, when a massive flow of glacial ice moved through the region and sculpted the breathtaking & diverse landscape we now

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