Kettle Moraine Horseriders build campground shelter

In June, Northern Kettle Moraine Horse Trail Association (NKMHTA) through fundraising efforts, donations, and a grant added a picnic shelter to the Group Sites area of the Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest Horseriders Campground in New Prospect, WI.

The commercial-grade 24x36 ft. shelter has a concrete floor, enclosed ceiling, lights, and plenty of electrical outlets for crock pots and coffee makers. It will be shared by the three group sites and is conveniently located near the bathroom. Its brown color complements existing campground structures.

Doug Decker, NKMHTA member and project leader, said the undertaking went smoothly. He thanks Arch Electric, KP Concrete, and Northland Builders for their professional work ethic and products. He also thanks the NKMHTA members who volunteered on this activity. Decker said partnering with Jason Quast, Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest Superintendent, on this endeavor was a pleasure. Quast and his crew were very helpful. Decker commented how well the shelter looks and knows it will be appreciated and used by horse enthusiasts for years to come.

Mike Komro, NKMHTA member, researched, wrote and applied for the Knowles-Nelson Stewardship grant for the shelter. This grant greatly reduced what the club had to raise through other campaigns and donations.


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