Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area

The Upper Neenah Creek Fishery Area was created in 1962 and is about 360 acres.  It's located in New Chester and Jackson Township in Adams County, Central Wi.  This public land area is spread out over 4 locations along Neenah Creek which is also a Class 1 trout stream.  Access points are somewhat limited to roadside parking in most cases with some spots requiring access through the water or private land.  The roads adjoining the Upper Neenah Creek Fishery are County Road G, County road A, County road EE and Fawn Court and 1st Lane with the only parking area by Hill Lake on County Road EE. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, fishing, hunting, trapping, hiking, birding and photography are all allowed.  This area is also managed for Brown Trout by the Wi. DNR.  The fishery is also home to a wide variety of wildlife such as Whitetail Deer, beaver, eastern wild turkey, grouse woodchucks and squirrels. You will find red oak, white oak, red & white pine, jackpine as well as birch and maple in the sandy lowland soils.  The Upper Neenah Creek State Fishery Area is considered to be part of the Wisconsin State Park System and is great for trout fishing.

Upper Neenah Creek Fishery Area Photos

Other Area Public Land in Wisconsin

  • Lawrence Creek Wildlife Area
  • Quincy Bluffs and Wetlands Natural Area
  • Brook Bluff SNA
  • Summerton Bog SNA
  • Statewide Habitat Areas
  • Patrick Lake Public Access
  • REM-Laing Creek