Mead State Wildlife Area

Marshfield, Wisconsin 54404

Mead State Wildlife Area

Mead State Wildlife Area Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"At 33,000 acres, this state-managed wildlife area is one of the largest in Wisconsin. Wetlands and forest attract migratory birds in spring and fall, delighting birders with a list of identified species surpassing 270.This is easy walking on dikes and two-track roads, and it’s ideal for wildlife viewing."

Mead State Wildlife Area Trip Reports

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8/10/2005
Trail should allow only walking, bike riding is allowed for portion of the year. Conflicts are caused by allowing bike travel. The trail would be more enjoyable, if it were a walking only trail.
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Trail Information

Marshfield
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
6.1
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Moderate
Skill Level
2.5 hours
Duration
April - August
Season
George W. Mead Wildlife Area, S2148 CR S, Milladore, 54454; (715) 457- 6771; www.meadwildlife.org
Local Contacts
George W. Mead Wildlife Area map, USGS Big Eau Pleine Reservoir quad (inc.)
Local Maps