Quincy Bluff & Wetlands State Natural Area

Quincy Bluff and Wetlands State Natural Area are located in Quincy Township of Adams County, Central Wisconsin and is part of the Central Sands Plains.  There is a lot of wilderness with a couple key features like Quincy Bluff, plenty of Wisconsin Wildlife, Lone Rock and a view of Rattlesnake Mound.  This public area allows hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, edible foraging for mushrooms and berries, BUT NOT ALLOWED is camping, vehicles, campfires and non-edible collecting like rocks, fossils etc… It’s also located not far from Castle Rock Lake, Castle Rock County Park, Wisconsin River and Solberg Silver Lake SNA which is also public land open to hunting.   Quincy Bluff is about 200 feet in height, but it seems that Lone Rock is more popular for hikers.

Quincy Bluff Wetlands SNA

Lone Rock MAP

 

Quincy Bluff & Wetlands State Natural Area Features:

  • Quincy Bluff
  • Part of 3 Reservoir 
  • Lone Rock
  • View of Rattlesnake Mound
  • Oak Barrens
  • Oak Trees
  • Pine Trees 
  • Aspen Trees
  • Maple Trees

 

Activities Allowed:

  • Hunting
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Trapping
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Fishing

Photos and Pictures


Activities NOT Allowed:

  • Campfires
  • Motor Vehicles – ATVing, Snowmobiling, etc…
  • Horseback Riding
  • Biking
  • Collecting or Foraging NON-Edible seeds, roots, plants, fungi, rocks, fossils ect…
  • Camping
  • Rock Climbing
  • Geocaching

Area Wisconsin Public Land

Nearby Communities

Local Area Lakes, Rivers & Creeks

Owned by WI DNR

Lone Rock at Quincy Bluff and Wetlands SNA