Meier Memorial Marsh

Meier Memorial Marsh

Acquired by the Conservation Board and dedicated on September 8, 2001, Meier Memorial Marsh was paid for in part by the Conservation Board, Zane Meier donated a portion of it, and the remaining acres were paid for by donations from Ducks Unlimited and Pheasants Forever. With a gentle rolling stream, fishing for small mouth bass and catfish is excellent. With the presence of a re-established wetland, this area provides excellent habitat for pheasants, waterfowl, and deer.  Its 35 acres is a beautiful sight for hiking, bird watching, and hunting.

Location

Located on the western border of Webster County in the Lizard Creek river bottom. On 170th St and Yale Ave.