Dock at Round Lake Boat Landing

Jun 6, 2023 to Sep 5, 2023

N5727 County Road Z,
Onalaska WI, 54650

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Removed for Repair

The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge will not be
installing the dock at the Round Lake boat landing until further notice. Flood
waters have damaged the dock and it will need to be repaired before it can be
installed. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your patience
while these repairs occur. Boaters will still be able to use the boat launch but
please be prepared for the conditions.

For additional information please contact the Visitor Center at 608-779-2399,
located at N5727 County Road Z, Onalaska, WI. Visitor center hours are
Tuesday– Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 3:0 p.m. The center is closed on Monday and
Sunday and all Federal holidays. Information on the Refuge may also be found on
the Refuge’s webpage:
The Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge is the most visited
refuge in the United States. The refuge extends 261 miles along the Upper
Mississippi River from Wabasha, MN to Rock Island, IL, protecting and preserving
habitat for migratory birds, fish, and a variety of other wildlife. This 260,000 acre
refuge was established in 1924.
In addition to being the most visited refuge in the country, the “Upper Miss” Refuge
has the added complexity of a major navigation system, including 11 locks and dams,
within its boundary. It is also a world-class fish and wildlife area which harbors 306
species of birds; 119 species of fish; more than 300 active bald eagle nests;
thousands of heron and egret nests; spectacular concentrations of canvasback ducks,
tundra swans, and white pelicans; and several threatened or endangered species.