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Love the vast wildlife preserve. The forestry and plants, trails, educational sites, and the animals. Great place to have a picnic, go for a hike, visit the animals, and learn something new all while relaxing and having fun. I know the habitats for the animals...More
Wonderful place! Beautiful hiking trails, picnic areas, native Wisconsin wildlife exhibit, logging museum, camping and more available to visitors. Many outdoor classes are held there each year including compass reading, fire building, fishing, hunting, archery, In spring there is maple sap collecting and learning how...More
Area of variety. We climbed the fire tower. Walked around the animal enclosures. There are bison, which we did not see. Red wolves, badger, barred owl, great horned owl, red tailed hawk, bald eagle, linx, red fox, river otter and deer. All the animals cannot...More
This is a great park setting for the whole family. Great sites for family cook-outs too. The animals on display are Wisconsin native & you see them up close. Nice museum too. Take a book along and hike on the wooded trails, stop at a...More
We have been going to this place for 40 years. It's been me, my kids and now my grandkids. We always called it the "game farm". It's a great place for the kids to view and understand the animals of Wisconsin. All animals are in...More
We recently attended the Maple Sugar Festival at the MacKenzie Center. It was very crowded, but the staff and the Friends of the Mackenzie Center were there to make it as easy to navigate as possible. There were lots of signs letting you know where...More
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Admission is free. It's a wonderful place. I've been going here for fourty years. There is a wooden carving of a spread wing eagle. All my grandkids get their picture taken with their arms wide open every year to see how... More
Admission is free. It's a wonderful place. I've been going here for fourty years. There is a wooden carving of a spread wing eagle. All my grandkids get their picture taken with their arms wide open every year to see how they've grown. Lots to see. Take your time. Go up the ranger station. See the buffalo below. Outdoor cages and enclosures. Also a museum.