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.


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