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Sandhill Wildlife Refuge

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Scenic Wisconsin at its best

Went to this Refuge with our family and spent about 3 hours there. It was a lovely winding road... read more

Reviewed August 6, 2018
Kristin T
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Great topography, quiet and secluded with buffalo!

Just recently went to this amazing park! The car ride throughout the park is only 14 miles long... read more

Reviewed October 28, 2015
Kristin T
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Necedah, Wisconsin
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Aug 6, 2018
“Scenic Wisconsin at its best”
Oct 28, 2015
“Great topography, quiet and secluded with buffalo!”
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Reviewed August 6, 2018 via mobile

Went to this Refuge with our family and spent about 3 hours there. It was a lovely winding road with Bluffs and hills and water features running through it. There are many opportunities to get out and walk as well as two towers to climb...More

Thank Kristin T
Reviewed October 28, 2015

Just recently went to this amazing park! The car ride throughout the park is only 14 miles long with numerous deer and tame buffalo to spy on from a view tower amongst the park. IT is a great destination, and we were there for a...More

2  Thank Kristin T
Reviewed September 2, 2015

If you are a wildlife enthusiast the Sandhill Wildlife Refuge near Babcock, WI is a must see. You have to physically open and close a gate to drive into and out of the huge wildlife area that features old timber forests, marshland, wild prairies and...More

3  Thank Chris A
Reviewed June 2, 2012

Quiet, unrushed, crowd-free, fine automobile trail thru deep Central Forest Marsh. You can take a senior person with bad knees and never have to get out of the car. Take plenty to drink and some water to put on yourself as the heat can be...More

1  Thank MissPriss234
Reviewed January 19, 2012

Visiting with school groups has provided my main focus, but this area offers many opportunities to study the works of God's creation.

Thank Bosanchubo
Reviewed June 22, 2005

i live 2 miles from sandhill, and have been frequently. there is a tower about half way through that you have to see.it is absolutely beautiful. i would say the best time to see it is in the fall. you have to go in the...More

2  Thank Vacation5517
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Karl H
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Response from Kristin T | Reviewed this property |
It is free it is wonderful however check the hours of operation as they close sometime in October I believe.
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