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Wisconsin is a great state if you like to hunt fish or camp. This state is known for the whitetail deer hunting although there are many species of game to hunt. Hunting location map

The regions are divided into counties
Info includes size, location, principal wildlife, and habitat.
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Lodi Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 1,207 acres, (1,070 owned, 137 leased).
Location: 2 miles southwest of Lodi on Hwy. Y.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ducks, woodcock, furbearers, deer, squirrels, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Grassland, marsh, stream, woodlots.
Contact: DNRWildlifeWebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Mazomanie Unit- Lower WI State Riverway-Size: 4,261 acres, (3,518 owned, 743 leased).
Location: Two miles north of Mazomanie on Hwy.Y.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, woodcock, turkeys, furbearers, deer, squirrels, grouse, bald eagles, raptors.
Other Recreation: Dog training grounds and Class I field trial grounds, fishing, canoeing, birdwatching, berry picking, hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, potholes, forest, lake, river, stream.
Contact:1-888-936-7463
   

Black Hawk Unit- Lower WI State Riverway-Size: 800 acres, all state owned.
Location: Hwy. 78, 6 miles north of Mazomanie, or 3 miles south of Sauk City on Hwy. 78.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, turkeys, squirrels, rabbits, song birds.
Other Recreation: Hiking, cross country skiing, birdwatching, historical site.
Habitat: Upland hardwoods, abandoned fields, prairie, savanna. map
Contact: 1-888-936-7463

   

Waunakee Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 447 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles west of Waunakee on Hwy. 19.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, rabbits, furbearers, songbirds.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Cattail marsh.

Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov

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Cherokee Marsh Fishery Area-Size: 948 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles north of Madison.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ducks, deer, rabbits, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Fishing, canoeing.
Habitat: Cattail, wooded wetlands, open water, river, scattered woodlots.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Deansville Wildlife Area-Size: 1,927 acres, (1,687 owned, 240 leased).
Location: 5 miles northeast of Sun Prairie off of Greenway Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, deer, ducks, furbearers, woodcock, songbirds.
Other Recreation: Class I field trial and dog training grounds.
Habitat: Marsh, woodland, creek, grasslands.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Goose Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 2,277 acres, (2,103 owned, 174 leased).
Location: From Deerfield, go north on Hwy. 73, 2 miles to Hwy. BB, then east on BB 1 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, waterfowl, deer, furbearers, songbirds.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, fishing, hiking.
Habitat: Bog lake, semi-bog lake, grassland, oak knobs, marsh, forest, cropland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lower Waubesa Wetland Natural Area-Size: 299 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles south of Monona, in town of Dunn, sections 7 and 18 east of Lalor Road.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, pheasants, waterfowl, songbirds, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Plant study, hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, woodlot, grassland, prairie restoration.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Hook Lake Wildlife and Natural Area-Size: 552 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles east of Oregon on Rutland- Dunn Road.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, turkeys, pheasants, Hungarian partridge, songbirds, geese, cranes.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, nature study.
Habitat: Bog lake, restored oak savannah, restored prairie, cropland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Brooklyn Wildlife Area-Size: 3,938 acres, (2,118 owned, 1,820 leased).
Location: 2 miles east of Belleville on Hwy. D.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ducks, quail, rabbits, woodcock, deer, turkeys, furbearers, Hungarian partridges, songbirds, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Part of Ice Age trail goes through property. Hiking, trout fishing, birdwatching, cross-country skiing.
Habitat: Cropland, scattered woodlots, grassland, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Badfish Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 1,929 acres, (1,127 owned, 802 leased).
Location: Take Hwy. 138 south of Stoughton 5 miles to Old Stage Road, then west on Old Stage 1 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ducks, deer, rabbits, furbearers, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Scattered oak woodlots, creek, marsh, grassland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Dodge
   
Westford Public Hunting Grounds-Size: 682 acres, all state-owned.
Location: From Beaver Dam, take Hwy. G north to Hwy. CC, then west on Hwy. CC 2 miles. Turn right on road immediately before railroad tracks.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, squirrels, deer, rabbits, furbearers, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, lake.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Shaw Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 903 acres, all state-owned.
Location: Take Hwy. G south 2.5 miles from Beaver Dam to Leipsig, then east 2 1/2 miles on Hwy. S.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, deer, rabbits, furbearers, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Sinnissippi Public Hunting Grounds-Size: 344 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles south from Horicon on Hwy. E to Hwy. S, south on Horseshoe Rd. 1 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, deer.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Grassland, marsh, lake.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Mud Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 4,533 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles west of Richwood on Hwy. Q.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, rabbits, turkeys, deer, furbearers, squirrels, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, berry picking, fishing, canoeing.
Habitat: Lake, river, marsh, farmland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Theresa Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 5,499 acres, (5,263 owned, 236 leased).
Location: 30 miles north of Milwaukee on U.S. Hwy 41. Access on Hwys. D and 28. Refuges closed Sept. 1 - Dec. 31.
Principal Wildlife: Ducks, geese, deer, pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, great egrets, raptors, shorebirds, common terns.
Other Recreation: Wildlife viewing (especially along Hwy. 28 and marsh overlooks on Mowhawk Rd.), fishing, trapping, snowmobiling (only on designated trails) and hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, flowage, stream, lowland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Fox Lake Fishery Area-Size: 464 acres, all state-owned.
Location: From Fox Lake, go west 2 miles to Hwy. A, then north on Hwy. A about 2 miles.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, great blue herons, great egrets, black terns, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Fishing, no boat launch available on state property.
Habitat: Marsh, lake.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Horicon Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 11,009 acres, all state-owned.
Location: North of city of Horicon.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, rabbits, deer, great egrets, great blue herons, cormorants, sandhill cranes, and many songbirds.
Other Recreation: Fishing, hiking, birdwatching, photography, canoeing. 1 1/2 miles of marked hiking trails. Four primitive boat landings available.
Habitat: Cattail marsh, upland forest, farmland.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Jefferson
 
Waterloo Wildlife Area-Size: 6,179 acres, (3,757 owned, 2,422 leased).
Location: 1 mile east of Waterloo on Hwy. 19.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, furbearers, squirrels, ducks, deer, turkeys, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Snowmobile trail, hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, potholes, forest, farmland, river.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lake Mills Wildlife Area-Size: 1,199 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile southwest of Lake Mills on Hwy. A.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, cranes, grassland and woodland songbirds.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, fishing, hiking.
Habitat: Open water marsh, oak savannah, woodlots, shrub-carr wetland, grassland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Arkin Marsh Public Hunting Grounds-Size: 190 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles north of Johnson Creek on Hwy. Y.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, deer, furbearers, grassland songbirds.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Open water marsh, grassland, bottomland hardwoods.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Jefferson Marsh Public Hunting Ground-Size: 1,365 acres, (320 owned, 1,045 leased).
Location: 1 mile east of Jefferson on Hwy. 18.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, ducks, deer, furbearers, grassland songbirds and sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, snowmobiling on trail.
Habitat: Grassland, and shrub-carr marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Rome Pond Wildlife Area-Size: 2,245 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 mile east of Rome on Hwy. F.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, turkeys, deer, squirrels, rabbits, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, snowmobile trail, cross-country skiing. 1 boat landing.
Habitat: Open water marsh, oak islands, grasslands.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Lake Koshkonong Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 884 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles southwest of Fort Atkinson on Hwy. 26 to Old 26, then 1 mile on Old 26 to Koshkonong Mounds Road, then west 1/2 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, turkeys, pheasants, grassland songbirds and sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Snowmobile trail, skiing, 2 boat landings near property boundaries.
Habitat: Open water marsh, lake, scattered woods, grassland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Prince's Point Wildlife Area-Size: 1,527 acres, (1,507 owned, 20 leased).
Location: Take Hwy. 59 north from Whitewater to Hwy. D, continue north on Hwy. D 3 miles. 5 parking lots.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, deer, furbearers, grassland birds.
Other Recreation: Fishing, hiking, birdwatching, wildflowers.
Habitat: Open water marsh, scattered woodlots, bottomland hardwoods, grasslands.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Kenosha

Bong State Recreation Area-Size: 4,515 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles southeast of Burlington on Hwy. 142, or 8 miles west of I-94 on Hwy. 142.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, furbearers, rabbits, squirrels, grassland birds: bobolinks, eastern meadowlarks, savanna sparrows, grassland sparrows; great blue herons, green-backed herons, great egrets, blanding's turtles.
Other Recreation: Dog training\trial grounds, hiking\cross-country ski trails, hang- gliding, ATV and dirt bike trails, snowmobiling, hot air ballooning, horseback riding trails, swimming, boating, camping.
Habitat: Farmland, potholes, forest, grassland, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
New Munster Wildlife Area-Size: 1,199 acres, (1,048 owned, 210 leased).
Location: mile south of New Munster on Hwy. 50 and 1 mile northeast of Twin Lakes on Hwy. KD.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, woodcock, furbearers, rabbits, squirrels, waterfowl, deer, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, forest, farmland, flowage.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
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Tichigan Wildlife Area-Size: 1,521 acres, (1,221 owned, 300 leased).
Location: 3 miles northwest of Waterford on Marsh Road. Access off of Marsh Road, Bridge Drive and North Lake Drive Boat launch off of Bridge Drive.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, rabbits, furbearers, deer, woodcock, squirrels, sandhill cranes, blanding's turtles, common terns and great egrets.
Other Recreation: Canoeing, boating, birdwatching and fishing.
Habitat: River, marsh, farmland, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Honey Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 1,083 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 separate parcels: parcel 1) 2 miles north of Burlington on Maple Road; parcel 2) 1 mile southwest of Rochester on Hwy. W; and parcel 3) 3 miles west of Rochester on Hwy. FF and Oak Knoll Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, furbearers, waterfowl, squirrels, deer, woodcock, sandhill cranes, blanding's turtles, common terns, great egrets.
Other Recreation: Canoeing on Long Lake, hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, upland, grass, forest, lowland brush.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Karcher Marsh State Natural Area-Size: 283 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles south of Burlington on Hwy. 83; access on Karcher Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, woodcock, waterfowl, deer.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, forest, lowland forest, prairie.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Rock
   
Turtle Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 1,035 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles west of Delavan along Turtle Creek in 4 segments. Access at seven road crossings or parking areas; three additional parking areas in Rock County.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, rabbits, ducks, geese, Hungarian partridges and deer.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching (principally Canada geese), hiking, fishing and canoeing.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, forest, lowland brush.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
Storr's Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 935 acres, (783 owned, 152 leased).
Location: 1 mile east of Milton on Storr's Lake Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ducks, squirrels, rabbits, furbearers, deer.
Other Recreation: Fishing, boating, cross-country skiing, birdwatching. 1 boat landing.
Habitat: Scattered woodlots, marsh, grasslands, lake, cropland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lima Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 3,338 acres, (1,868 owned, 1,470 leased).
Location: 1/2 mile west of Lima Center on Willow Dr.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, turkeys, squirrel, deer, waterfowl, furbearers, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Cross country skiing, hiking, fishing.
Habitat: Grassland, scattered woodlots, tamarack bog, cattail marsh, cropland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Evansville Wildlife Area-Size: 6,567 acres, (564 owned, 6,003 leased).
Location: 1 mile south of Evansville on Hwy. 213. 12 parking lots.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, deer, squirrels, quail, songbirds, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, woodlots, stream, cropland, grassland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Footville Leased Public Hunting Ground-Size: 6,169 acres, all leased.
Location: 1/2 mile southwest of Footville on Hwy. 11.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, quail, squirrels, deer, furbearers.
Other Recreation: None.
Habitat: Marsh, woodland, cropland, grassland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Avon Bottoms Wildlife Area-Size: 1,735 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 10 miles west on Hwy. 81 from Beloit, then west on Beloit-Newark Road 3 miles.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, deer, furbearers, waterfowl, turkeys, cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, canoeing, fishing. 1 boat landing.
Habitat: Bottomland hardwoods, scattered oak woodlots, grassland, river, marsh.
Contact: Janesville DNR.
   
Washington
   
Theresa Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 5,499 acres, (5,263 owned, 236 leased).
Location: 30 miles north of Milwaukee on U.S. Hwy 41. Access on Hwys. D and 28. Refuges closed Sept. 1 - Dec. 31.
Principal Wildlife: Ducks, geese, deer, pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, great egrets, raptors, shorebirds, common terns.
Other Recreation: Wildlife viewing (especially along Hwy. 28 and marsh overlooks on Mowhawk Rd.), fishing, trapping, snowmobiling (only on designated trails) and hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, flowage, stream, lowland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Allenton Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 1,299 acres, (1,159 owned, 139 leased).
Location: Allenton Marsh is located 20 miles northwest of Milwaukee on Hwy. 41, 2 miles south of Allenton. Access off Hwy. K on Wildlife Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, ducks, deer.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, hiking, trapping, wildlife viewing.
Habitat: Farmland, marsh, stream, lowland forest.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Jackson Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 2,570 acres, (2,125 owned, 445 leased).
Location: 2 miles northeast of Jackson; access on Hwy. G, Maple Road and Church Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, deer, rabbits, squirrels, wood ducks.
Other Recreation: Wildlife viewing, nature appreciation, canoeing.
Habitat: Marsh, lowland coniferous.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Loew Lake Unit - Kettle Moraine State Forest
-Size: 1,170 acres, all state-owned.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Waukesha
   
Scuppernong Wildlife Area-Size: 1,725 acres, (1,437 owned, 288 leased).
Location: 1 mile northwest of Eagle on Hwy. 67. Access also on Hwy. 59 (1 mile west of Eagle) and on Hwys. N and ZZ.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, ducks, furbearers, deer, woodcock, sandhill cranes, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, potholes, stream, lowland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Vernon Wildlife Area-Size: 4,596 acres, (4,111 owned, 485 leased).
Location: 1/2 mile northeast of Mukwonago. Access off Hwy. 83, Frog Alley Road, Hwy. I, Benson Avenue and Hwy. NN, boat launch off Frog Alley Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, furbearers, deer, rabbits, woodcock, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, canoeing, fishing.
Habitat: Marsh, flowages, river, lowland forest.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Walworth
   
Clover Valley Wildlife Area-Size: 1,432 acres, (531 owned, 901 leased).
Location: 3 miles south of Whitewater on Hwy. 89 and Island Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, waterfowl, deer, rabbits, woodcock, squirrels, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Troy Wildlife Area-Size: 1,686 acres, (758 owned, 928 leased).
Location: 3 miles north of Elkhorn. Access on Hwy. A and Hodges and Peck Station roads.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, ducks, deer, furbearers, woodcock.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, forest, lowland brush, farmland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Beulah Station Wildlife Area-Size: 251 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles east of East Troy on Hill Valley Road.
Principal Wildlife: Deer and waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching and hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, farmland, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Turtle Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 1,035 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles west of Delavan along Turtle Creek in 4 segments. Access at seven road crossings or parking areas; three additional parking areas in Rock County.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, rabbits, ducks, geese, Hungarian partridges and deer.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching (principally Canada geese), hiking, fishing and canoeing.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, forest, lowland brush.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lyons Wildlife Area-Size: 135 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles northeast of Lake Geneva on Buckby Road.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, canoeing. Habitat: Stream, marsh, forest, farmland, grassland.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, forest, lowland brush.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Bloomfield Wildlife Area-Size: 1,095 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles southeast of Lake Geneva on Hwy. 12, 3 separate parcels; access off Bloomfield and Litchfield roads.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, deer, woodcock, waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Wildlife watching, hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, lowland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
 

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