Clover Valley Wildlife Area
Clover Valley Wildlife Area is a 1,034-acre property (654 owned, 380 acres leased) located 2 miles south of Whitewater in Walworth County off State Highway 89 and Island Road. It consists of wetlands, grasslands and hardwood forest. It contains a portion of the Walworth County leg of the Ice Age Trail . Brook Creek meanders through the western parcel. Wetlands provide waterfowl hunting opportunities, and uplands provide opportunities for deer, pheasants, woodcock and small game. Sandhill cranes also frequent the area.
- For more information on master planning for this and other wildlife areas around the state, visit the property planning page.
The Clover Valley Wildlife Area offers many recreational opportunities:
- Cross-country skiing (no designated trail);
- Hiking (no designated trail);
- Wild edibles/gathering (wild rice); and
- Wildlife viewing.
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