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Allenton Marsh Wildlife Area in Allenton

Activities: Birding, Cross-Country Skiing, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Wild Edibles Gathering, Wildlife Viewing

Located in Washington County just off I-41. The 1,160-acre property is comprised mostly of wooded bottomland surrounded by grassland and agricultural fields. There are two 10-acre impoundments, many smaller ponds and other wetlands, feeder streams and small woodlots.


Pheasants are stocked for hunting during the first month of the pheasant season. Woodlots and wetlands provide habitat for deer, turkeys, waterfowl and other game and non-game wildlife. There is a wheel chair accessible blind available.


In addition to hunting, the DNR website lists the following recreational opportunities: birding, cross-country skiing (no designated trail), fishing, hiking, trapping, wild edibles gathering and wildlife viewing.



For more information, including hunting regulations, go to the DNR website.

For WDNR map click here.


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5700-5762 County Rd. W
53002, Allenton, WI, US