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Necedah National Wildlife Refuge
Located in Juneau County, this 44,000-acre refuge is home to the world's largest population of endangered Karner blue butterflies. Sandhill cranes, migrating waterfowl in fall, wild turkeys, bald and golden eagles in winter; shorebirds and songbirds in spring. Browse in our Visitor Center or take a walk along the two new boardwalk loops that take visitors through a mosaic of habitats on the refuge. Walk above the water of the wetlands, through the prairies and savannas before returning to the visitor center. Hiking/skiing trails, observation towers and auto routes provide easy access.
Hours of Operation
Refuge trails are open daily during daylight hours.
Hwy 21 West of Necedah or Hwy 21 East of Tomah.
Trail Length (miles)
Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type
Natural Attractions Type
- Wildlife refuges & reserves