Public DNR Wildlife Areas

 WildlifeHabitatAcresHuntingTrappingHikingSnow-mobile TrailsBikingBerry PickingCampingCross-Country SkiingBird WatchingWildlife ViewingFishingCanoeing
Jefferson Marsh Wildlife AreaWaterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, cranes, grassland and woodland songbirds.Diverse wetland ranging from open water marsh in the south to a 900 acre tamarack bog in the north.3,328
Travel east of Jefferson on US Hwy 18 about one mile and watch for a parking lot on the south side of the road. Another option is to head east of Jefferson on US Hwy 18 and turn south on county Hwy Y. Continue approximately 2.5 miles southeast on Hwy Y to 3 different parking lots centrally located within the property.
Koshkonong Wildlife AreaWaterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, cranes, grassland and woodland songbirds.High quality deep water marsh which transitions into shrub carr and bottomland hardwoods.846
Travel South of Fort Atkinson on US 26 and watch for access to OLD 26 on the west side of the highway. Head south on OLD 26 to Mounds Road, turn west and the southern most parking lot is immediately on the right or north side.
Lake Mills Wildlife Area & Zeloski MarshWaterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, cranes, grassland and woodland songbirds.Open water marsh, large areas of wet prairie, lowland hardwoods with tamarack, and some oak savanna uplands.2,644
The eastern unit is located immediately southwest of the City of Lake Mills. The western unit is about 2 miles further west. To find a parking area to use as a starting point, travel to the southwest of Lake Mills on Hwy A, go north on Hwy S approximately 1 mile and turn west on Alley Road. Continue west 1 mile to the parking lot on the north side of Alley Road.
Prince’s Point Wildlife AreaWaterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, cranes, grassland and woodland songbirds.Mostly bottomland hardwoods and open water marsh.2,329
Located just off of County Hwy D three miles northeast of Whitewater.
Rome Pond Wildlife AreaWaterfowl, pheasants, furbearers, deer, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys, cranes, grassland and woodland songbirds.Central feature is a large open water cattail marsh surrounded by rolling hills covered with upland hardwoods like oak and hickory. Interspersed in the uplands are agricultural fields and areas restored to prairie or savanna.2,390
The wildlife area is easily found immediately east of the Village of Rome in Jefferson County on County Road F. Approximately one mile east of Rome is a park with a picnic area, pit toilet, boat launch, and easy access to the wildlife area.
Waterloo Wildlife AreaWaterfowl, pheasants, turkeys, deer, squirrels, rabbits, furbearers.Open water marsh, sedge meadow, fens (including a state natural area), lowland and upland hardwoods, some native prairie, and extensive shrub carr.4,006
The property is located in northwestern Jefferson County and southwestern Dodge County approximately one mile east of the city of Waterloo. Waterloo Wildlife Area is a sprawling set of state owned properties spread across an area about 2 miles east to west and 7 miles north to south.