Welcome to the Stevens Point Area

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Dewey Marsh

Access off of Hay Meadow Drive
Town of Hull WI
(715) 346-2556

Dewey Marsh contains a large expanse of relatively undisturbed northern sedge meadow including smaller islands of tamarack and black spruce swamp, paper birch and white pine woods, and ericaceous bog. The marsh is dominated by blue-joint grass, steeple bush and wire-leaved sedges, with cat-tails and bur-reed. It forms the headwaters of Hay Meadow Creek. Scattered throughout the area are islands of aspen, birch, and white pine. The Dewey Shooting Range, located six miles north of Stevens Point, Wisconsin is just one of 24 areas managed by the Portage County Parks department. This 319 acre area not only has a public shooting range but also is a public hunting area. The Shooting Range is adjacent to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 6,000 acre Dewey Marsh. From the intersection of I-39 and Business Highway 51 on the north end of Stevens Point, go north on I39 about 9.1 miles, then east on County DB 1.9 miles, then south on County Highway X 0.7 mile, then east on Oakwood Drive 2.7 miles, then south on Hay Meadow Drive 0.8 mile to the southwest corner of the site. Park along the road.

Dogs Allowed
Trail Surface — Natural Trail
Type of Use — Hiking


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  • Disc Golf
  • Golf
  • Horseback Riding
  • Outdoor Rentals
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  • Shooting Range

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  • Tennis
  • Trails
  • Wildlife Area

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