Gerber Lake Wildlife Area

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The 153-acre Gerber Lake Wildlife Area boasts pristine natural beauty.  Hilly terrain, two small lakes adjoined by a channel, forest, and prairie make this property truly exceptional.  The Gerber Lakes are key elements of the Sheboygan River Watershed and essentially form the headwaters of Otter Creek.  The property affords multiple passive recreational opportunities including:  canoeing, kayaking, fishing, nature study, birding, hiking, snowshoeing, and simple relaxation.

There are two small parking lots to help access the property (not including the area for the public boat IMG_1277landing).  One parking lot can be accessed from Greentree Road and the other is accessible from Gerber Lake Road.  There is a small privy in the northwest part of the property near the old homestead site.

To confidentially and expeditiously report suspected wildlife, recreational and environmental violations please call 1-800-TIP-WDNR (800-847-9367).

Click here for a map of the property.

Click here to see Chapter 24 of the County Code regarding hunting regulations.