Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge

Description:

Gravel (4 acres) and Spider (23 acres) islands comprise the Gravel Island National Wildlife Refuge. These islands are located in Lake Michigan, approximately 1 mile east of the northern tip of the Door County peninsula, Wisconsin. Along with Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Gravel Island Refuge is part of the Wisconsin Islands Wilderness Area, which, at 29 acres, is one of the smallest wilderness areas in the country. The refuge is managed by staff at Horicon National Wildlife Refuge, in Mayville, WI. Public use is not allowed due to ground nesting by migratory birds and limited access.

Directions:

Public use is not allowed due to ground nesting by migratory birds and limited access. For further information please contact staff at the Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Mayville, WI. Contact (920)387-2658 or greenbay@fws.gov. The office/visitor center is located on the east side of Horicon Marsh, 3.5 miles south of State Highway 49 on County Road Z.

Phone:

920-387-2658

Email:

gravelisland@fws.gov

Address:

Door County, WI

Activities:

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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