Marsh Haven Nature Center

This private, non-profit, 47-acre nature center is located next to Horicon National Wildlife Refuge. It offers a good mix of habitat with hiking trails that access prairies, wetlands and woodlands. At the end of the woodland trail, visitors can climb an observation tower with a great overview of the marsh. Marsh Haven offers hikes and tours, a museum, art gallery, gift shop and classroom. Spectacular migrations of Canada Geese are seen during fall migrations with numbers of birds reaching more than 100,000. The restored prairies are best viewed in July and August when blooming wildflowers are at their peak attracting numerous species of colorful butterflies.

Directions: Located 3 miles east of Waupun on Hwy 49.

Marsh Haven Nature Center map

Gazetteer: Page 45, C-7 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 79, D-5 (10th edition).

Phone: 920/382-6770.

Web site: Marsh Haven Nature Center

Signature species: Canada Geese, Trumpeter Swan and Yellow-headed Blackbird.

Rare Species: Least Bittern, Northern Shoveler, Red-shouldered Hawk and American Black Duck.
Seasonality: Open mid-April through mid-November.

Parking: Parking lot.

Nearest food & lodging: Waupun.

Fee: Admission fee.