Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
Grand Dike Road, Necedah, Wisconsin 54646
Necedah National Wildlife RefugeDiscover the natural beauty of the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge, 44,000 acres filled with picturesque savannas, sedge meadows and tall grass prairies. The park is situated only 30 minutes east of the Three Bears Lodge in Warrens, Wisconsin. Here, nature lovers will have a blast spotting majestic karner blue butterflies, whooping cranes and reptiles along the Lupine Trail or the Observation Tower, or packing their rod and reel and heading out to Harvey's Pond for a leisure day of catching pike, bluegill and black crappie. Kids of all ages will enjoy attending one of the park's environmental education programs held throughout the year.
Directions -Park is located north of Highway 21 and Highway 80.
Visitor Center -Hours vary. Located N11385 Headquarters Road in Necedah.
Contact Information -Get more details by calling the visitor center at 608-565-2551.
- Environmental education
Berry Picking at Necedah National Wildlife RefugeVisitors are welcome to pick the wild berries that grow in the park.
Park Pet PoliciesPets are permitted in the park, but must be on-leash while on the refuge. Exceptions are hunting dogs during the hunting season.
What activities are available for young children?
The park's calendar of events is packed with youth fishing events, education workshops, and nature hikes suitable for kids of all ages.
Is camping permitted inside the park?
No. Camping is not allowed in the park, but several state and private sites are located around the park.
Map/DirectionsDriving Direction to Necedah National Wildlife Refuge From or