The “Devil’s Kettle” may be over-selling it a bit much; sauce-pan may be more apt. But this short trail and kettle – created by a teeny waterfall – is a fun, short hike. The kettle, so round as to appear man-made, is filled with a bloody red water (likely colored by tannins or copper) that creating a mesmerizing foam swirl. Apparently, the stream does dry up during part of the year; be sure to visit when it hasn’t been too dry. The trail is short, but steep in a few spots and slippery when muddy. There are no markings for the trailhead – park on the side of the road.

Devil’s Kettle Trailhead
County Hwy W
Weyerhaeuser, WI 54895