Mount Vernon Creek Fishery and Wildlife Area

The 82-acre Mount Vernon Creek Fishery and Wildlife Area is a public hunting and fishing area located on STH 92 just west of Mt. Vernon on the northern edge of Donald County Park. The property is a combination of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) Mount Vernon Creek Fishery Area and Dane County owned lands that offer walk-in fishing access and deer and turkey hunting as the primary recreational opportunities. Much of the property consists of wetlands and crop fields.  Parking access is available at a WDNR gravel lot on the south side of STH 92.

For more information on hunting and trapping on Dane County Wildlife Areas, please visit the Parks Hunting webpage

Special hunting regulations:

  • Firearms and bows must be in a case for hunters accessing the wildlife area from Donald County Park south of the creek.
  • Trapping is only allowed on the WDNR lands.




Activities

Fishing
Foraging
Hiking Trail
Hunting
Parking
Wildlife Viewing
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