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Encompassing more than 30,000 acres, Horicon Marsh has much to offer including the Horicon Marsh Paddle Trail, Horicon “TernPike” Auto Tour and Hiking Trails, Highway 49 Wildlife Viewing Area, Old Marsh Road, Bud Cook Hiking Area, Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center, and Marsh Haven Nature Center

Learn more about the hot spots found within this Natural Wonder of the World by using the interactive map. Click on a map pin for more information about that point.


Peachy Road, Ledge Road and Main Dike Road are designated locations for fishing from the banks or piers.



In a collaborative effort with Travel Wisconsin​, the Office of Outdoor Recreation launched the Wisconsin Trail Report. A comprehensive solution that provides a tool for destinations and outdoorists, the Wisconsin Trail Report showcases the state’s vast trail offerings by bringing together a collection of trail networks all across the state and from a range of land managers including the Wisconsin State Park System, various county and municipal parks, as well as private or nonprofit organizations like nature centers. In one visit to the Wisconsin Trail Report, outdoorists can discover where to go and understand current conditions to prepare for a great day on the trails.