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South of Greenbush.
Grooming: Classic & skate. Multiple loop trail system.
Night Skiing: The 2km Brown Loop is lighted for night skiing between 4:30pm & 9:30pm, every night during the season. The lights are activated by skiers.
Snowshoe Trails: Yes. Separate loop system, 14.4 km.
"At the Greenbush recreation area a total of 25 miles of machine-groomed cross-country ski trails are provided for diagonal and skate skiers. Pets and hiking are not allowed on ski trails."
"The 1.2-mile Brown Loop at Greenbush is lighted for night skiing. The trail lights can be activated by skiers nightly between 4:30 and 9:30 p.m. A heated log shelter house, a sledding hill, and nine miles of snowshoe trails also are open to the public at the Greenbush recreation area."
"Volunteers from the Northern Kettle Moraine Nordic Ski Club (NKMNSC), in cooperation with the state forest, regularly machine groom the ski trail system for diagonal and skate skiing. For more information on trail conditions and the NKMNSC, visit the NKMNSC website." _Wisconsin DNR
The entire trail lies within the Kettle Moraine State Forest, Northern Unit, WI DNR
PARTNERSHIP / TRAIL MANAGEMENT
Wisconsin DNR Vehicle Admission Sticker Required
WI License Plate Daily: $8
WI License Plate Annual: $28
Out-of-State Daily: $13
Out-of-State Annual: $38
Parking, warming building (heated), water, pit toilets, snowshoe trails
On-Site Equipment Rentals: No
IN THE AREA
Motels, food, gas, retail sporting goods (Greenbush, Plymouth)
From the County A intersection on Highway 23, near Greenbush: drive southwest on County A / Kettle Moraine Scenic Dr to Greenbush. In Greenbush, continue straight ahead onto County T / Kettle Moraine Scenic Dr for 0.8 miles. Where County T veers to the west, continue south on Kettle Moraine Scenic Dr for 1.8 miles to the Greenbush Picnic Area parking lot on your right (west side of road).
Website: Kettle Moraine State Forest - Northern Unit
Phone: 262.626.2116 (Kettle Moraine State Forest HQ)