Door Creek Wildlife Area

The 706-acre Door Creek Wildlife Area is a public hunting area that consists of a large wetland complex extending north of Lake Kegonsa along Door Creek. The property is divided by the railroad into two units. The South Unit is located between Fish Camp County Park and Lake Kegonsa State Park.  Hunting opportunities are available for deer, turkey, pheasant and waterfowl in both units.

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

Special hunting regulations:

  • Both units are limited to shotgun, muzzleloaders and archery only.
  • Trapping is allowed in the South Unit only.




Activities

Cross-country Skiing (ungroomed trail)
Fishing
Foraging
Hiking Trail
Hunting
Parking
Wildlife Viewing
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