Kimberly Clark State Wildlife Area
This 8,700-acre area is divided into two nearby sections which are managed with prescribed burning primarily for Sharp-tailed Grouse, that can be found most mornings eating gravel along the roads, as well as for deer, turkey and bear; however, other species use these open areas regularly. Several small flowages have been constructed with associated bogs and marshes which attract a nice variety of waterfowl and provide wild rice for harvesting. The area is also managed for deer, turkey and bear although other wildlife may be seen. Loons, Osprey and Bald Eagles also use this area and there is an active eagle nest and three nesting pairs of osprey.
Located 12 miles west of Phillips, begin by taking Cty. Rd. W/Flambeau Ave then turn north on Price Lake Road to access the east area or continue on Cty. Rd. W and enter the west area. From Fifield travel west 9 miles on Hwy 70, turn south on Price Lake R
- Black bear
- Ruffed Grouse
- Small Game
Natural Attractions Type
- Parks, Forests, Trails