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Scuppernong Trail is a 5-mile hike in the northeast area of Kettle Morain's Southern Unit offering geologic sights.

The Scuppernong Springs Nature Trail has several special features including a historic trout pond built in the 1870s. Still present today are the bubbling spring waters and the remains of a facility where marl was collected from the marshes. (Marl is loose, crumbly soil used as a fertilizer and a product for making cement.) An incredible 190 different plant species grow along the trail attracting a large percentage of the 225 identified bird species that either migrate or make the Forest their home.

Directions: From Eagle and Palmyra, WI, The headquarters for the Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest lies midway between Eagle and Palmyra on Hwy. 59. Trail maps are available at the headquarters.

Distance: 1.5 miles

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Kettle Moraine State Forest-Northern Unit, Wisconsin

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