Several other State recreation areas also exist in Fond du Lac County, including parts of the Mullet Creek Wildlife Area and the Brandon Marsh. These areas are managed by DNR staff to provide waterfowl and wildlife habitat, and provide sportsmen with public hunting land. Also, the Oakfield Ledge Natural Area provides a study area along the Niagara Escarpment. The Glacial Habitat Restoration Area covers the western nine townships of Fond du Lac County. The goal of this DNR program is to provide a variety of habitats for upland birds and wetland waterfowl, eventually including as many as 4,082 acres in these nine townships. Most of this land is open to public hunting and passive recreation.
For more information go to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website.