Cherokee Marsh

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Cherokee Marsh

Wisconsin

(608) 836-4522

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Things To Do

Bird Watching
Water Sports

Overview

Cherokee Marsh, with 4,000 total acres, is by far the largest wetland in Dane County. An enormously diverse nature study area, Cherokee Marsh consists of a mosaic of wetlands, southern Wisconsin woodlots, old fields, restored prairie and oak savannah, two glacial drumlins and a section of the Yahara River.

Map of Cherokee Marsh

Latitude, Longitude: 43.180020, -89.349918

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Phone Numbers

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(608) 836-4522

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