Dewey Marsh State Wildlife Area

Dewey Marsh State Wildlife Area

Wildlife HabitatPublic Forest/Natural AreaWetlands


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Dewey Marsh State Wildlife Area- Dewey Marsh State Wildlife Area is a 6,005 acre property in northern Portage County that consists primarily of marsh grass and bog wetland, but also some aspen-dominated forest. A variety of recreational activities exist in the area, including: hunting, trapping, hiking, wildlife viewing, and berry picking. The main access point can be found off of County Highway X. For more information visit this Web page site:

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources; 101 S. Webster Street; PO Box 7921; Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7921
Phone: (608) 266-2621 or 1-888-936-7463


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