Three Rivers Wildlife Management Area

Submitted by admin on Fri, 07/07/2017 - 09:37
Date Hiked
5 years ago

A state wildlife management area, with decent walking and biking trails. Trails are well maintained and dry. Love coming here with my dog. There's a 100 acre man made marsh, forests meadows, streams and ponds. Lots of wildlife and plant life. A family of Bald Eagles has a nest at the center of the marsh.

Trail Head

Trail Head

Points of Interest

Marsh overlook, great vantage point for seeing the Eagles nest to the south in the cluster of trees.

Video: Adult Bald Eagle perched near nest -


Bald Eagle flying to nest in center of marsh.

A man made berm and concrete dam to slow the flow of water and control the marsh size. This provides a great lookout point to the bulk of the marsh. From here I have observed Bullhead Fish, Minnows, tadpoles, frogs, Butterflys, Dragon Flys, Canadian Geese, Mallard Ducks, Red Wing Black Birds, Finches, Sparrows, Barn Swallows, Hawks, and Bald Eagles.

Videos from this point:


Water flowing through the opening in the dam