Try exploring the Ephemeral Trail & Boardwalk in the Mead Wildlife Area, the third largest state wildlife area. The 2-mile trail, which showcases scenic boardwalk sections, is a great place to snowshoe. To get there, travel west from Stevens Point on Highway 66 West to Highway HH West (the old Highway 10) to Milladore. Take Highway S North to enter the wildlife area. The Mead Education & Visitors Center is on the right hand side.
This wildlife area is the third largest in the state and features 30,000 acres of recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Hunters can hunt bear, deer, ducks, geese, and small game. Bikers and hikers can enjoy a 6.5 mile trail May 15-Sept 1. Bird watching is always spectacular-268 species of birds have been recorded here. A $2 million Education and Visitors Center opened in 2005.
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DescriptionThe Stanton W. Mead Education & Visitor Center is a state-owned building which may be used by a variety of groups & organizations for many different purposes. The library room seats 12-15 and the classroom seats 80, with tables seats 66.