Sheboygan County's most popular park is a recreational haven for a wide variety of outdoor enthusiasts…and those who like the indoors. This 30 acre developed year round park boasts the "Marsh Lodge" (full service restaurant and tavern), and "Broughton Lodge", a multi-purpose facility. The 64 fully developed campsites include showers, playground, picnic areas, launch ramp, and fishing piers. County snowmobile trails traverse the Marsh and connect with the County-wide 228 mile trail system. The Sheboygan Marsh Wildlife Area includes over 13,000 acres and attracts hunters, fishers, and wildlife/natural observers. The park now also boasts the State's tallest wooden observation tower. The Park and Wildlife Area is a destination for all seasons.
The Sheboygan Marsh is also a natural classroom. It has become a home to one of Wisconsin’s pioneering and most successful outdoor education programs – the Outdoor Skills and Education Center of the local YMCA.
For campground reservations, contact the Park at 920-876-2535 or visit the County's vendor's website.
To learn more about the history of the Marsh, click here.