Eldorado Marsh is located five miles west of the City of Fond du Lac, off Hwy 23, and consists of over 6,000 acres of state-owned land. A trail runs through the center of the marsh, permitting the visitor to observe wildlife at close range. Waterfowl, raccoons, muskrats, rabbits, songbirds and other wildlife are common. This marsh is heavily used by sportsmen hunting deer, geese, ducks and pheasant, and is also used for hiking, bird-watching and canoeing.
Cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and fishing.