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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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Indian Head

Ashland County
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Chequamegegon National Forest
848,000 acres-Northern Wis
Deer, Bear, Small Game, Grouse, Woodcock, Waterfowl
   
Hay Creek-Hoffman Lake
Size: 13,424 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 8 miles northeast of Park Falls or take Hwy. 182 east to FR153 north; unlimited undeveloped parking.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, woodcock, bears, loons, waterfowl, beavers, otters, fishers, coyotes, bobcat, muskrats, ospreys, eagles, timber wolves.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, hiking, cross-country skiing.
Habitat: Upland forest, conifers, stream, lake, swamp.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov

 
White River Wildlife Area
Size: 960 acres, all state-owned.
Location: Access off Hwy. 13. No parking lots.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hares, muskrats, mink, otters, eagles.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, canoeing.
Habitat: River bottom, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Barron County
   
Grassy Lake Wildlife Area
Size: 380 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 6 miles northeast of Cumberland; town road parking available.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, waterfowl, beavers, muskrats.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Forest, uplands, marsh.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov

   
Loon Lake Wildlife Area
Size: 2,751.54 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 1Ú2 miles north of Turtle Lake; town road or small parking areas throughout the property.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, squirrels, furbearers, sandhill cranes, bald eagles.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Forest, wetland, pothole.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov

   
New Auburn Wildlife Area
Size: 1,176.19 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles north or New Auburn; parking available on north and southeast parts of property.
Principal Wildlife: Ducks, deer, pheasants, ruffed grouse, rabbits, woodcock, squirrels, furbearers, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov

   
Yellow River Fishery Area-Size: 708 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles east of Cumberland; parking available on Hwy. 48, on 20th Avenue on south end and on access road off end of 13th St.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, rabbits, woodcock, furbearers, waterfowl, squirrels.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Engle Creek Fishery Area-Size: 180.6 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 8 miles southeast of Cumberland; parking on northwest part of property.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, rabbits, ruffled grouse, furbearers, waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, hiking, birdwatching, berry picking.
Habitat: Forested upland, swamp, creek bottom.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lightning Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 329 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile northwest of Almena.
Principal Wildlife: Furbearers, waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Creek bottoms.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Sweeney Pond Creek Public Hunting Grounds-Size: 281 acres, (40 owned, 241 leased).
Location: 5 miles west of Barron.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, bald eagles.
Other Recreation: Fishing.
Habitat: Marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
County "T" Flowage-Size: 287 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles West-northwest of Barron.
Principal Wildlife: Mallards, blue winged teal, muskrats, great blue herons, eagles.
Other Recreation: Hunting, trapping.
Habitat: Grassland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Quaderer's Creek Public Hunting Grounds-Size: 350 acres, (7 owned, 343 leased).
Location: 1 mile southwest of Barron.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Creek, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Bayfield County
 
Flag River Wildlife Area
Size: 600 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 1/2 miles east of Port Wing.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hares, bears.
Other Recreation: Snowmobiling, snowshoeing.
Habitat: Coniferous swamp, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Big Sioux River Fishery Area
Size: 487 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles north of Washburn. Access on Hwy. C.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, waterfowl, snowshoe hares, ruffed grouse, woodcock, eagles, osprey.
Other Recreation: Fishing; 13 semi-private campsites and picnic area at Big Rock Ledges. Excellent trout stream with resident brook, brown and rainbow trout as well as anadromous spawning runs of steelhead, brown trout, salmon.
Habitat: Stream, slough, Lake Superior.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov

 

Fish Creek Sloughs Fishery Area
Size: 250 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile west of Ashland.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, ruffed grouse, deer, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Wildlife observation, canoeing.
Habitat: Slough, Chequamegon Bay.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
White River Fishery Area

Size: 2,406 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 10 miles north of Drummond.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares, bears, otters.
Other Recreation: Trapping, fishing.
Habitat: Stream, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Totagatic Lake Wildlife Area
Size: 1,469.45 (including lake) acres, all stateowned.
Location: 7 miles southwest of Cable; Hwy. 63 to Squaw Bend Road to Sunset Road; small gravel parking area at end of Sunset Road along lake.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, ruffed grouse, bears, otters, mink, fishers, beavers, muskrats, coyotes, foxes, osprey, bald eagles, trumpeter swans.
Other Recreation: Waterfowl hunting, wild rice harvesting, canoeing, birdwatching, photography (no developed trails).
Habitat: Lake, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Buffalo County
   
Tiffany Wildlife Area-Size: 12,740 acres, all state-owned.
Location: Property on both sides of Chippewa River between Durand and Nelson. Access on Hwys. 25 and 35. Parking lots scattered around perimeter.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, squirrels, furbearers, ruffed grouse, turkeys, panfish, walleye, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, northern pike, massasauga rattlesnakes, red- shouldered hawks, blandings turtles, bald eagles, great egrets, crystal darters, river red horse, blue suckers.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, canoeing, cross- country skiing, hiking (no marked trails), camping (by permit only), fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: River slough, forest, lake, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Big Swamp Wildlife Area-Size: 760.16 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles west of Mondovi, access on Hwys. A and 10.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, deer, furbearers, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Swamp, marsh, farmland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Whitman Dam Wildlife Area-Size: 2,173 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles southeast of Cochrane and across channel from Merrick State Park. Access from state park, west of Kamrowski Rd. and Corps of Engineer dike at south end of Spring Lake.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, deer, great blue herons, great egrets, red- shouldered hawks, bald eagles.
Other Recreation: Canoeing, fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: River slough, lowland forest, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Burnett County
   
Namekagon Barrens Wildlife Area-Size: 5,000 acres, all leased.
Location: 7 miles east of Hwy. 35 on St. Croix Trail, north and south.
Principal Wildlife: Sharp-tailed grouse, deer, bears, coyotes, upland sandpiper, BrewerÕs blackbird.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, photography, prairie plant identification.
Habitat: Sand barrens, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Danbury Wildlife Area-Size: 2,245 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 1/2 miles southwest of Danbury on Hwy. F
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, bear, snowshoe hares.
Other Recreation: Waterfowl hunting, wild rice harvesting, canoeing, birdwatching, photography (no developed trails).
Habitat: Sand barrens, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Keizer Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 1,352 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles northeast of Webster on Hwy. A, 4 miles east of Hwy. 35.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, grouse, deer, squirrels, woodcock, hares, bald eagles, osprey.
Other Recreation: Fishing on Banach Lake (stocked trout) and Big Lake (bluegill, bass, northern pike).
Habitat: Water, marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Goose Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 134 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles east of Fish Lake on Kessler Road in Scott Township.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, deer, squirrels, ruffed grouse, osprey.
Other Recreation: Hiking, cross-country skiing.
Habitat: Lake, marsh, forest, uplands.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Fish Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 13,197 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles southwest of Grantsburg on Hwy. 87\48. Two observation areas.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, furbearers, ruffed grouse, squirrels, eagles, cormorants, sandhill cranes, yellow-headed black birds, trumpeter swans.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, berry picking, hiking.
Habitat: Grass marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Crex Meadows Wildlife Area-Size: 27,467 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile northeast of Grantsburg at Hwys. D and F; rest area and 3 observation areas.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, sharp-tailed grouse, deer, bear, furbearers, squirrels, ruffed grouse, sandhill cranes, eagles, osprey, trumpeter swans, loons, peregrine falcons, common and caspian terns.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, hiking, cross-country skiing (marked and unmarked trails), picnicking, camping (Sept.-Dec.), birdwatching.
Habitat: Grass marsh, prairie, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Amsterdam Sloughs Wildlife Area-Size: 6,138 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles southwest of Webster along Hwy. D.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, ruffed grouse, furbearers, woodcock, bear, blue heron, osprey.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching at Black Brook Flowage.
Habitat: Marsh, swamp, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Sand Creek Fishery Area-Size: 1,326 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 10 1Ú2 miles southwest of Bashaw.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Forest, stream.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Clam River Fishery Area-Size: 2,151 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles southwest of Bashaw.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, furbearers, eagles, ospreys.
Other Recreation: Canoeing, trout fishing (Class I).
Habitat: Stream, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Chippewa County
   
Tom Lawin Wildlife Area-Size: 4,000 acres, (2,000 owned, 2,000 leased).
Location: 2 miles southeast of Jim Falls. Access on Hwys. K and S.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ruffed grouse, rabbits, waterfowl, deer, furbearers, great blue herons, sandhill cranes, shorebirds.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, berry picking, hiking (no marked trails).
Habitat: Marsh, farmland, upland, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Clark County
   
Sportsman's Lake-Size: 1,200 acres, all county-owned.
Location: 3Ú4 mile west of Hwy. D on Pine Road. One mile west of Hwy. D on Center Road, then 2 miles south.
Principal Wildlife: Ducks, furbearers, Canada geese, deer, bald eagles, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Fishing for panfish, bird-watching.
Habitat: Wetland, upland grass.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Owen Wildlife Area-Size: 135 acres, all state owned.
Location: County Hwy. D and State Hwy. 29 just south of Owen.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, snowshoe hare, woodcock.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Lowland grass, aspen lowland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Dickinson Creek Fishery Area-Size: 80 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 11 miles west of Greenwood. Access from Hwy. M.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ducks, furbearers, rabbits, ruffed grouse, squirrels, herons, sandhill cranes, bald eagles.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing.
Habitat: Oak, aspen, northern hardwood forest, stream.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Douglas County
 

Douglas County Wildlife Area-Size: 3,991 acres, (994 owned, 2,997 leased).
Location: 3 miles south of Solon Springs on Hwy. 53 or 3 miles north of Gordon on Hwy. 53, west on Hwy. M; roadside parking.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, waterfowl, beavers, muskrats, foxes, coyotes, sharp-tailed grouse, kestrel, upland sandpiper.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, berry picking, wild flower observation, picnicking; dog trials by permit.
Habitat: Open land, brush, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.

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Dunn County
   
Big Beaver Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 584 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 8 miles northeast of Boyceville. Access off of Hwy. F. One parking lot on north side of property.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, ruffed grouse, beaver, muskrats, deer.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, birdwatching. Property has dams where people can hike.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, grassland, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Hay Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 375 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 15 miles north of Colfax on Hwy. 64. One parking area on south side of property.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, waterfowl, deer, beaver.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, cropland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Otter Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 402 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 6 miles northeast of Wheeler in north central Dunn County. Three parking lots located in various spots around the boundary.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, waterfowl, beaver, muskrat, otter.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, photography, birdwatching, hiking, snowshoeing, developed and mowed walking trails.
Habitat: Stream, forest, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Lambs Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 711 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles north of Menomonie. One parking area on south side of property.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, ducks, squirrels, rabbits, beaver, muskrat, turkey.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Stream, timber, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Hay River Wildlife Area-Size: 122 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile east of Wheeler. Access off Hwy. 170.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, waterfowl, rabbits, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Fishing.
Habitat: River bottom, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 

Gilbert Creek Fishery Area-Size: 120 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles west of Menomonie. Access on Hwy. D.
Principal Wildlife: Furbearers, deer.
Other Recreation: Fishing.
Habitat: Marsh, stream.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Muddy Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 4,351 acres, (3,185 owned, 1,166 leased).
Location: 2 miles west of Elk Mound. It is 6 miles long and 2.5 miles wide, intersected by Hwys. 12, 29 and I-94. Eight fenced, grassed or gravel parking areas are scattered about its boundaries.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, ducks, deer, muskrats, ruffed grouse, woodcock, sandhill cranes, and red-shouldered hawks.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, woodlots, stream, planted prairie grass.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Eau Galle River Wildlife Area-Size: 237 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 14 miles southwest of Menomonie on Hwy. C.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, ruffed grouse, furbearers, bald eagles, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: Stream, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Dunnville Wildlife Area-Size: 5,063 acres, (3,673 owned, 1,388 leased).
Location: 5 miles south of Downsville. Access on Hwy. Y. Ten fenced, gravel and grass parking areas located throughout wildlife area.
Principal Wildlife: Ducks, pheasants, rabbits, grouse, deer, squirrels, furbearers, bald eagles, blandings turtles, red- shouldered hawks, crystal darters, river redhorse, blue suckers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, birdwatching, hiking, dog training.
Habitat: Marsh, river bottom, farmland, planted prairie grass.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Rock Falls Wildlife Area-Size: 271 acres, all state-owned.
Location: One mile southwest of Rock Falls. Two developed parking areas on the west and south sides of the property.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, deer, waterfowl, furbearers, rabbits, squirrels, shorebirds, red shouldered hawks, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, nature study, cross-county skiing.
Habitat: Stream bottom, marsh, planted prairie grass.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Eau Claire County
   
Augusta Wildlife Area-Size: 2,100 acres, (2,028 state-owned and 72 acres easement).
Location: 4 miles north of Augusta. Parking areas off Hwy. G and Kelley Road.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, ducks, rabbits, squirrels, woodcock, bear, turkeys, waterfowl, furbearers, sandhill cranes, hawks, eagles, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking (trails not marked), berry picking, cross-country skiing (trails not groomed). Many schools use area for outdoor education.
Habitat: Marsh, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Jackson County
   
Buffalo River Fishery Area-Size: 1,290.6 acres, (840.15 owned, 450.45 easement).
Location: 6-8 miles west and east of Osseo along Buffalo River. Scattered parcels.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, waterfowl, deer, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, berry picking, hiking.
Habitat: Stream, shrub marsh, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
King Creek Fishery Area-Size: 126.5 acres, (13 owned, 113.5 easement).
Location: 4 miles south of Osseo on Hwy. 53.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, squirrels, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout Fishing.
Habitat: Stream, shrub marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Northland Lake Fishery Area-Size: 574.50 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles north of Northfield, 2 gravel parking areas.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, deer, squirrels, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Grassland, upland forest, lake.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Trempealeau River (North Branch) Fishery Area-Size: 373.6 acres, (262.8 owned, 110.8 easement).
Location: 3 miles north of Hixton. Several parking areas.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, furbearers, deer, turkeys, waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream bottomland, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Stockwell Creek Fishery Area-Size: 797.9 acres, (755.3 owned, 42.6 acres easement).
Location: 3 miles northwest of Merrillan. Several improved parking areas.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, grouse, deer, woodcock, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream bottomland, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
West Taylor Wildlife Area-Size: 98 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1/2 miles southwest of Taylor, 1 parking area (unimproved).
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ruffed grouse, deer, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, cropland, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
Trump Lake Fishery Area-Size: 424 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles south of Taylor, 2 gravel parking areas.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, squirrels, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, mushroom hunting.
Habitat: Upland forest, lake.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Morgan Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 192 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 14 miles southwest of Black River Falls, 1 parking area (unimproved).
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, deer, turkeys.
Habitat: Marsh, upland forest.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Albion Rearing Station-Size: 64.6 acres, (64 owned, .6 easement)
Location: 7 miles west of Black River Falls on C, take Soupbone Rd. south 1 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer squirrels, wild turkeys, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, berry picking.
Habitat: Stream, upland forest.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lowe Creek Fishery Area-Size: 95 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile south of Hixton, 2 parking areas.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, rabbits, squirrels, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Tank Creek Fishery Area-Size: 470.92 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles southeast of Hixton. Several parking areas, gravel or grass.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ducks, furbearers, rabbits, ruffed grouse, squirrels, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, trout fishing.
Habitat: Marsh, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Dike 17-Size: 3,700 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 miles east of Black River Falls. Access from Hwy. 54. 2 blacktop parking lots. 4 other parking areas unimproved.
Principal Wildlife: Geese, ducks, deer, sharp-tailed grouse, turkeys, black bears, bald eagles, sandhill cranes, loons, short-eared owls, yellow-headed blackbirds, bob-o-links, Karner blue butterflies, massasauga rattlesnakes, timber wolves (two packs).
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, wet prairie, upland, brush.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Central Wisconsin Conservation Area -Size: 1,682 acres, federally-owned, state-managed.
Location: 23 miles east of Black River Falls. Access from Hwy. 54.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, sharp-tailed grouse, turkeys, waterfowl.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, lowland brush.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Washington Coulee Wildlife Area-Size: 87.6 acres, (69.6 owned, 18 easement)
Location: 3 miles east of Beaches Corners on C, South on Washington Coulee Road 1 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed Grouse, deer, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream, shrub marsh, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
South Beaver Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 1,216.41 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 9 miles west of Melrose, access on Hwy. D. 4 gravel parking lots.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, ruffed grouse, rabbits, deer, turkeys, squirrels.
Other Recreation: Hiking, mushroom hunting, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, stream, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
North Bend Bottoms Wildlife Area-Size: 1,900 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 8 miles southwest of Melrose. Boat landing and parking area (blacktop). Several gravel parking areas.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, canoeing, fishing.
Habitat: River, lowland forest, potholes.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Sand Creek Fishery Area-Size: 740 acres, (710 owned, 30 acres area fishing only easement).
Location: 3 miles south of Melrose, access off Hwy. 71.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, furbearers, squirrels, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream, upland and lowland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Pierce County
   
Pierce County Islands Wildlife Area-Size: 860 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile west of Bay City on Mississippi River. Located between Hwy. 63 and Bay City. Access by river.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, waterfowl, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, wildlife observation.
Habitat: River, sloughs, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Pepin County
   
9-Mile Island State Natural Area-Size: 1,374 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 2 miles northeast of Durand on Hwy 85, 1 2 miles north on Hwy M, access from the Natural Area grounds by boat.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, bald eagles, turkeys, hawk and warbler migration, waterfowl, osprey.
Other Recreation: Wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing, berry picking.
Habitat: River bottom, prairie remnant.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Pepin County Extensive Wildlife Habitat Area (EWHP)
-Size: 293 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile west of Durand. 1 designated parking area on north side of property.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, rabbits, squirrels, furbearers, waterfowl, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: River bottom, forest, marsh, planted prairie grass.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Tiffany Wildlife Area-Size: 12,740 acres, all state-owned.
Location: Property on both sides of Chippewa River between Durand and Nelson. Access on Hwys. 25 and 35. Parking lots scattered around perimeter.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, squirrels, furbearers, ruffed grouse, turkeys, panfish, walleye, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, northern pike, massasauga rattlesnakes, red- shouldered hawks, blandings turtles, bald eagles, great egrets, crystal darters, river red horse, blue suckers.
Other Recreation: Berry picking, canoeing, cross- country skiing, hiking (no marked trails), camping (by permit only), fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: River slough, forest, lake, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Polk County
   
McKenzie Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 5,497 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1Ú2 mile south of Clam Falls. Parking lots on north, south, and central part of property and at McKenzie Lake. Town road parking throughout.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, woodcock, waterfowl, ruffed grouse, squirrels, furbearers, bald eagles, osprey.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, birdwatching, fishing (trout stream fishing and warm water lake fishing).
Habitat: Stream, lake, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Sand Creek Fishery Area-Size: 1,326 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 10 1Ú2 miles southwest of Bashaw.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Forest, stream.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Rice Beds Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 3,101 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles northwest of Turtle Lake. Parking on Hwy. G and west side of property.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, waterfowl, squirrels, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, berry picking, fishing.
Habitat: Marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Loon Lake Wildlife Area-Size: 2,751.54 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 1Ú2 miles north of Turtle Lake; town road or small parking areas throughout the property.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, squirrels, furbearers, sandhill cranes, bald eagles.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Forest, wetland, pothole.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Behning Creek Fishery Area-Size: 171 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles southeast of St. Croix Falls.
Principal Wildlife: Pheasants, deer, grouse, waterfowl, rabbits, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: Creek bottoms, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Balsam Branch Wildlife Area-Size: 180 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 8 miles northwest of Amery. Parking lots on north and south end.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, ruffed grouse, deer, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Stream, potholes, brush, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Joel Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 1,072 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles west of Turtle Lake, parking area on north end of property. Town road parking on the south and west.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, deer, squirrels, sandhill cranes, bald eagles.
Other Recreation: Fishing, birdwatching, hiking.
Habitat: Marsh, brush, grass, woodlots.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Wagon Landing Springs Fishery Area-Size: 66.5 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles northeast of Star Prairie; parking on town road.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, rabbits, ruffed grouse, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, birdwatching, berry picking.
Habitat: Forested upland, brush, grassland, creek bottom.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Parker Creek Fishery Area-Size: 219 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 5 1Ú2 miles southwest of Amery.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, pheasants, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Snake Creek Fishery Area-Size: 200 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles west of Clear Lake and 3 miles south of Amery.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, grouse, waterfowl, furbearers, rabbits, squirrels.
Other Recreation: Hiking, berry picking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Creek bottoms, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Rusk County
 
Ten Mile Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 213 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles east of Chetek. Access on Hwy. D.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, woodcock, ruffed grouse, furbearers, eagles.
Other Recreation: Fishing, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Potato Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 984 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles south of Weyerhauser. Access off Hwy. D and F.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, woodcock, ruffed grouse, deer, furbearers, eagles, osprey.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, forested upland, flowages.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Washington Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 516 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 11 1Ú2 miles south of Bruce. Access on Hwy. E.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, rabbits, woodcock, ruffed grouse, sandhill cranes.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, snowmobiling.
Habitat: Flowage.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Sawyer County
   
Totagatic Wildlife Area-Size: 2,719 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles northwest of Hayward on Hwy. 27; ample parking along roads and at numerous pull-off areas.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, bears, fishers, eagles, osprey, black terns, osprey, otter, fox, coyotes.
Other Recreation: Flowage supports a very good fishery, especially largemouth bass; boat landings are located at east and west ends of the flowage. Overlook for wildlife viewing adjacent to Hwy 27 below the Nelson Lake dam. Hiking, birdwatching, berry picking, wildflower observation.
Habitat: Flowage, forested upland, openings.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Flat Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 373 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 6 miles southwest of Hayward.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hares.
Other Recreation: Trapping.
Habitat: Swamp, marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 

Kissick Swamp Wildlife Area-Size: 941 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles west of Hayward on County Hill Road (one small parking lot at south entrance off County Hill Road and another at north entrance off Chippanazie Road).
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares, woodcock.
Other Recreation: Minimum maintenance area with very little use other than hunting and trapping.
Habitat: Swamp, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Chief River Wildlife Area-Size: 1,183 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 12 miles east of Hayward on Hwy. B; parking on road edges and small pull-off areas.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares, fishers, coyotes.
Other Recreation: Snowmobiling.
Habitat: Coniferous swamp, forested upland, stream.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Weirgor Springs Wildlife Area-Size: 2,160 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 15 miles northwest of Ladysmith and 2 miles north of Weirgor on Polish Road.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, rabbits, beavers, otters, muskrats, raccoons, eagles.
Other Recreation: Hunting, fishing, trapping, nature observation, cross-country skiing (trails not marked or groomed).
Habitat: Springs, stream, marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Silvernail Wildlife Area-Size: 1,044 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 16 miles northeast of Ladysmith.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, bears, ruffed grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hares, raptors.
Other Recreation: None.
Habitat: Coniferous swamp, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
St. Croix County
   
St. Croix County Islands Wildlife Area-Size: 1,106 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles northwest of Somerset. Parking and canoe launch off Rice Lake Rd. best access from river.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, deer, furbearers, eagles.
Other Recreation: Canoeing, birdwatching.
Habitat: Marsh, river, islands.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Cylon Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 513 acres, all leased.
Location: 4 miles northeast of Deer Park. Roadside parking.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, woodcock.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching.
Habitat: Lowland brush, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Cylon Wildlife Area-Size: 2,345 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile east of Deer Park. Parking lots (gravel) located at end of 210th Ave., end of 230th St. and West side of 240th St. Roadside parking also.
Principal Wildlife: Grouse, squirrels, ducks, pheasants, deer, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, farmland, woodland, wetlands.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Trempealeau County
   
Borst Valley Wildlife Area-Size: 994 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles northwest of Independence at intersection of Hwys. V and VV.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, squirrels, deer, rabbits, turkeys, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Berry and mushroom picking, cross- country skiing (no marked trails), trout fishing.
Habitat: Marsh, timber, farmland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Chimney Rock Wildlife Area-Size: 614 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 9 miles north of Independence. Access along Hwy. Y, 2 miles west of Hwy. 93.
Principal Wildlife: Rabbits, deer, squirrels, turkeys, ruffed grouse.
Other Recreation: Cross-country skiing (no marked trails), berry picking, mushroom picking.
Habitat: Marsh, forest, farmland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Buffalo River Fishery Area-Size: 1,290.6 acres, (840.15 owned, 450.45 easement).
Location: 6-8 miles west and east of Osseo along Buffalo River. Scattered parcels.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, waterfowl, deer, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, berry picking, hiking.
Habitat: Stream, shrub marsh, upland forest.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
King Creek Fishery Area-Size: 126.5 acres, (13 owned, 113.5 easement).
Location: 4 miles south of Osseo on Hwy. 53.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, squirrels, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout Fishing.
Habitat: Stream, shrub marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Tollefson Marsh Wildlife Area-Size: 120 acres, all state-owned.
Location: Four miles south of Osseo on east side of Hwy. 53.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, squirrels, rabbits.
Other Recreation: Hiking, birdwatching, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Lakes Coulee Wildlife Area-Size: 589 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 2 miles southwest of Blair along Elias Rd., east of St. Hwy. 95.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, squirrels, deer, rabbits, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Berry and nut picking, mushroom picking.
Habitat: Marsh, forest, farmland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Vosse Coulee Wildlife Area-Size: 123 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles northeast of Blair and 2 miles north of Hwy. 95 on Hwy. W.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, furbearers, rabbits, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing.
Habitat: Marsh, upland forest.
Contact:Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Tamarack Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 542 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 10 miles north of Trempealeau on west side of Hwy. 93. Access on Hwy. F.
Principal Wildlife: Turkeys, rabbits, squirrels, deer, ruffed grouse, great blue herons.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, berry picking.
Habitat: Marsh, bog, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Washington Coulee Wildlife Area-Size: 87.6 acres, (69.6 owned, 18 easement)
Location: 3 miles east of Beaches Corners on C, South on Washington Coulee Road 1 mile.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed Grouse, deer, furbearers, turkeys.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream, shrub marsh, upland forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Trempealeau Lakes Fishery Area-Size: 164 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 mile southeast of Trempealeau. Access from Hwy. 35.
Principal Wildlife: Rabbits, furbearers, waterfowl, ruffed grouse, great blue herons, turtles, red-shouldered hawks, bald eagles, great egrets.
Other Recreation: Fishing, canoeing, pier for disabled fishing.
Habitat: Lakes, marsh, forest, prairie.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Washburn County
   
Totagatic Wildlife Area-Size: 2,719 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 7 miles northwest of Hayward on Hwy. 27; ample parking along roads and at numerous pull-off areas.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, bears, fishers, eagles, osprey, black terns, osprey, otter, fox, coyotes.
Other Recreation: Flowage supports a very good fishery, especially largemouth bass; boat landings are located at east and west ends of the flowage. Overlook for wildlife viewing adjacent to Hwy 27 below the Nelson Lake dam. Hiking, birdwatching, berry picking, wildflower observation.
Habitat: Flowage, forested upland, openings.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov.
   
Whalen Creek Fishery Area-Size: 188 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 4 miles north of Trego.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, trapping, hiking, berry picking.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, springs, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Bean Brook Fishery Area-Size: 1,351 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 6 miles southwest of Hayward.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, snowshoe hares, woodcock, furbearers.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream, forest, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Flat Creek Wildlife Area-Size: 373 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 6 miles southwest of Hayward.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, snowshoe hares.
Other Recreation: Trapping.
Habitat: Swamp, marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
   
Sawyer Creek Fishery Area-Size: 744 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 3 miles southwest of Spooner.
Principal Wildlife: Ruffed grouse, deer, woodcock, squirrels, hares, cottontails, furbearers, ospreys.
Other Recreation: Trout fishing, hiking, cross- country skiing on trails.
Habitat: Stream, springs, marsh, forested upland.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Beaver Brook Wildlife Area-Size: 1,323 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 1 1Ú2 miles southeast of Spooner.
Principal Wildlife: Deer, ruffed grouse, woodcock, waterfowl, furbearers, eagles, osprey.
Other Recreation: Hiking and skiing (15 miles of gated trails), trout fishing.
Habitat: Stream, marsh, forest.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 
Bear Lake Fishery Area-Size: 262 acres, all state-owned.
Location: 9 miles north of Rice Lake.
Principal Wildlife: Waterfowl, furbearers, deer, grouse, woodcock, sandhill cranes, eagles, osprey.
Other Recreation: Birdwatching, gathering wild rice (along Boyer Creek).
Habitat: Lake, stream, marsh.
Contact: Wildlife.WebMail@Wisconsin.gov
 

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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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Field dressing a whitetail deer-A simple step-by-step guide to field dressing your deer. Whether you call it field dressing, gutting, skinning or cleaning a deer
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Deer Weight-figure a deer weight using measurements.
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Fishing in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Lake Maps-Tired of guessing where to fish on an unfamiliar lake? Print out your favorite lake.Over 1,800 printable topographic maps of Wisconsin lakes.
Wisconsin Fishing Reports- wisconsin fishing guides with their weekly fishing reports.
 
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Sunrise-Sunset-You can obtain the times of sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset, transits of the Sun and Moon, and the beginning and end of civil twilight, along with information on the Moon's phase by specifying the date and location
 
Fishing Knots-Check out our extensive rope knots and fishing knots. Learning how to tie knots has never been easier via our extensive animated knots section
Lake Link- Here you will find a wealth of information dedicated to the angler. From ice fishing to fly fishing and everything in between, you will find some great info here to make your next angling adventure a safe and successful one.
 
Fishing Records-Wisconsin fishing records. From musky to bluegill and everything in between.
 
Lake Summary-Number of named and unnamed lakes in Wisconsin, with total acreage by county. Wisconsin has over 15,000 named and unnamed lakes covering almost 1 million acres..
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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.

A typical campsite is in a natural setting with road access, a fire ring, and a picnic table, and can be used by either vehicle or tent campers. But there also are backpack, walk-in, and canoeing -in sites, sites with electrical hookups, and sites designed specifically for either tent or vehicle campers. Some sites are accessible for people with disabilities. Some are for people with horses. Others accommodate large groups of campers

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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.

Lake Maps - It's easy to fall in love with Wisconsin's 15,081 lakes. Enjoying the peaceful atmosphere, fishing, boating, swimming, or just relaxing are favorite pastimes.

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.

County Parks - Wisconsin has over 600 county parks throughout the state. Most parks provide facilities for picnicking, camping, boating and softball. Some are easy to find and others are out of the way. Information listed on how to get to the parks also.

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

ATV Clubs - Listing of ATV clubs by area.

- Taxidermy - Listing of taxidermists in WI.

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

Knives - Complete listing of different brands of knives.