COVID-19 Update: The Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center and Explorium located on Hwy 28 remain closed. The restrooms located at the entrance to the Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center are open and cleaned daily 8a-4p. The Center is a state facility and requires the use of a mask or face covering to enter in accordance with the statewide mandate.
Though we can’t let you inside yet, Curly the Mammoth invites you to still come out and enjoy the hiking trails around the Center. Trails are open during daylight hours and waiting for you to explore while keeping safe social distance from others. Horicon Marsh is not a State or National park; therefore, no fees are required to enter or use the trails.
Support our Friends Mission! Your contributions directly benefit Horicon Marsh and the upkeep of trails, facilities, and future education programs. Simply Donate HERE, drop a donation in the trail boxes at the Center, or become a Friends of Horicon Marsh Member HERE. All donations are appreciated no matter the size, every dollar supports the Friends of Horicon Marsh mission of connecting people and Horicon Marsh – and did we mention Friends of Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center is a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
Want to learn more? Connect with our Friends of Horicon Marsh Facebook! You’ll see up-to-date announcements, enjoy educational posts about Horicon Marsh and its habitat, not to mention be in awe by the scenery. You can also call 920-387-7889 with additional questions related to Marsh activities and wildlife.
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