Sheboygan County's most popular park is a recreational haven for a wide variety of outdoor enthusiasts…and those who like the indoors. This 30 acre developed year round park boasts the "Marsh Lodge" (full service restaurant and tavern). The 64 fully developed campsites include showers, playground, picnic areas, launch ramp, foot golf, disc golf and fishing piers. County snowmobile trails traverse the Marsh and connect with the County-wide 228 mile trail system. The Sheboygan Marsh Wildlife Area includes over 13,000 acres and attracts hunters, fishers, and wildlife/natural observers. The park now also boasts the State's tallest wooden observation tower. The Park and Wildlife Area is a destination for all seasons.
The Sheboygan Marsh is also a natural classroom. It has become a home to one of Wisconsin’s pioneering and most successful outdoor education programs – the Outdoor Skills and Education Center of the local YMCA.
Come enjoy the Marsh Park Disc Golf Course. As with the foot golf, disc golf is free to play and fun for an entire family. Just bring some discs and you are ready to go. See the disc golf course map and rules.
For campground reservations, contact the Park at 920-876-2535 or visit the County's vendor's website.
To confidentially and expeditiously report suspected wildlife, recreational and environmental violations please call 1-800-TIP-WDNR (800-847-9367).
- History of the Marsh
- Historic Video of the Marsh from 1949
- Large Format Marsh Map
- Campground Map
- Campground Site Information
- Chapter 24 of the County Code of Ordinances Regarding Hunting Regulations
- Overhead Camera Slideshow of the Marsh Park (courtesy of local resident Steve Back)
- Drawdown FAQs
- Three Guys and a Grill