Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area – Wisconsin Public Land
Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area is about 961 acres according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WI DNR) this includes Lawrence Creek Fishery & State Natural Area. It’s located just west of Westfield WI 53964 in Lincoln Township of Adams County and Springfield / Westfield Township of Marquette County. Also known as Lawrence Creek Fishery Area which is considered public land open to hunting, fishing, hiking and more… Lawrence Creek trout stream headwaters are located at the western end and winds through the wildlife area about 2.7 miles flowing into Lawrence Lake at the eastern end of the fishery area. Lawrence Creek is classified as a class 1 trout stream great habitat for brook trout making good fishing trout waters for the area.
In general the creek is normally very clear with high visibility with a nice rolling terrain around the stream with some areas of wetlands and high banks.
WI DNR LAND
There are 6 main parking areas for Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area
Southwest Parking Lot is located at the corner of S. Eagle Ave & 2nd Ave
Parking Lot just South of Lawrence Creek on 1st Ave
Parking Area on Eagle Ave: 1st is about ¼ mile east of 1st Ave
2nd Parking Area on Eagle Ave is about ¾ east of 1st Ave.
Eastern Parking Lot off of 2nd Drive about ¼ mile north of Eagle Ave
Northeast Parking area on Dyke Court just west of 2nd Drive
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