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The Green Bay West Shores Wildlife Area (GBWSWA) is located along the west shore of Green Bay.

  • Charles Pond Unit of the Green Bay West Shore Wildlife Area (GBWSWA) is a 159-acre property. The Charles Pond Unit is located five miles south of Pensaukee along County Road S in Oconto County. The unit is comprised of mature lacustrine forest with hardwoods (basswood, maples and ash) near the shore and an aspen/oak area on the uplands. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.
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  • Bayside Road Unit, formerly Little Tail Road Unit, is a 293-acre property located three miles north of Suamico in Brown County between Norfield Road and Brown Road East. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • Long Tail Unit is a 434-acre property located at the east end of Riverside Drive in Suamico, south of the Suamico River in Brown County. Parcels of state-owned land are located along Longtail Beach Road and Lane. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • The Oconto Marsh Unit consists of approximately 928 acres and is located one mile northeast of Oconto along County Road Y north almost to County Road A in Oconto County. There is one parking lot along County Road Y at the southern end of the property. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • Peats Lake UnitThe Peats Lake Unit consists of approximately 317 acres. Peats Lake Unit is located one mile north of Green Bay on both sides of highway 41 in Brown County. Access may be obtained by using the frontage roads (East or WEst Deerfield Roads) on either side of highway 41. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.
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  • Pecor Point UnitThe Pecor Point Unit consists of approximately 130 acres and is located two miles northeast of Pensaukee along County Road S and Pecor Point Lane in Oconto County. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • Pensaukee Unit is a 370-acre property located in Oconto County. It is located on both sides of County Highway S immediately south of Pensaukee. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • Peshtigo Harbor Unit is a 4,894-acre property located in Marinette County. This area has extensive marshes at the mouth of the Peshtigo River and bottomland hardwood forests along upstream portions of the river. A little over half of the property is forested with a mixture of oak, aspen and red maple. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • Rush Point Unit is slightly over 1,000 acres of which the state of Wisconsin owns 226 acres. Rush Point Unit is located along County Highway Y north of Oconto. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • Sensiba Unit is a 570-acre property in Brown County. Find it between Sunset Beach Road and Resort Road on the north side of the Suamico River. There are parking areas on both roads. From Green Bay, take Highway 41/141 north to the County B exit. Take County B to County J. Go south on County J to Sunset Beach Road or north on County J to Resort Road. Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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  • The Tibbet - Suamico Unit is a 307-acre property located one mile east of Little Suamico along the south side of Lade Beach Road and west of Rost Road in Oconto County. The area is comprised of shrub-carr, mature hardwoods (basswoods and maples), aspen and swamp hardwoods (black ash). Activities in this area include birding, cross country skiing (no designated trail, fishing, hiking (no designated trail), hunting, trapping, wild edibles gathering, wildlife viewing.

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Hunting in Wisconsin

Wisconsin public hunting land -Maps and location of public hunting land in Wisconsin. Get size, location, what type of habitat and principal wildlife. Also find out other types of recreation land is used for.
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Fishing in Wisconsin

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Camping in Wisconsin

Campgrounds in Wisconsin are as varied as the areas around them--there are forests, prairies, lakes, rivers, hills, and valleys. You'll find campgrounds, trails, historic and archaeological sites, places for solitude and places for large group gatherings. There are also Campgrounds in county parks, state parks and national forests.

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Wisconsin Outdoor Links

Public Hunting - Maps and location of public hunting land in Wisconsin. Get size, location, what type of habitat and principal wildlife. Also find out other types of recreation land is used for.

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US Directory - Outdoor directory containing information on hunting and fishing guides and outfitters in the US. If you are looking to hunt or fish the from the wilds of Alaska to southern Florida, or camp in the wilderness you will find what you are looking for here. Listings of hunting and fishing guides and outfitters across the United States.

World Directory - The Worldwide Directory has information on outdoor resources for North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia and New Zealand

State Parks - Wisconsin has over 80 state parks, forests and recreation areas within its borders. Listings include size, lcation areas of interest. Many locations have maps and addresses for more information.

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National Forest - The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is located in Wisconsin's Northwoods, covering over a million and a half acres. The Chequamegon side of the forest covers about 858,400 acres in Ashland, Bayfield, Sawyer, Price, Taylor, and Vilas counties while the Nicolet side covers nearly 661,400 acres in Florence, Forest, Langlade, Oconto, Oneida, and Vilas counties.

Hiking - Wisconsin has 37 state trails totaling 1,607 miles. They have a variety of surfaces, summer and winter, for a variety of activities--walking/hiking, bicycling, in-line skating, horseback and all-terrain vehicle riding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Printable trail maps

Canoeing - Descriptions of rivers and maps of 26 rivers and 87 canoe trips in northern Wisconsin.

ATV Trails - Listings of ATV trails in Wisconsin

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Survival - Complete US Army Survival manual and other useful survival listings

Knives - Complete listing of different brands of knives.