Southeast Wildwood

bur oak
bur oak
fishing dock
picnic shelter
Beautiful View

Southeast Wildwood
Southeast Wildwood Park Sign

Southeast Wildwood is a 36 acre day use park located two miles northwest of Kingsley.  Located on a hilltop overlooking the countryside, is a picnic shelter with two grills, four picnic tables and an outhouse. A walking trail will take you from an oak timber, through a prairie, down to a small fishing pond. The pond can also be accessed by vehicle on the road that veers left at the intersection. This small park is the perfect place to take the family for a summer cookout!

Gates are closed the Friday before pheasant season begins, but the park is open for hunting, fishing and foot traffic.   The gates open again in the spring when the ground has thawed and the road is ready for travel.


Northwest of Kingsley

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Public hunting, following DNR guidelines, is allowed. 

Operating Hours & Seasons

4:00 AM - 10:30 PM

The gate is closed the Friday before pheasant hunting season opens and will re-open in the spring when the road is ready for travel.