Mullet Creek Wildlife Area is a 2,217-acre property located in east-central Fond du Lac County. Mullet Creek Wildlife Area consists of a rich array of wetland, forest, grassland, and farmland. Mullet Creek flows through the entire property eventually joining the Sheboygan River. The central portion of this property consists of shallow, open water with submergent vegetation and cattail wetland totalling over 700 acres. Sedge, reed canary grass, willow, dogwood, swamp conifers, and swamp hardwoods occur in the lowland areas. Oak, aspen, and grass fields occur on the upland sites. The wildlife area is located 15 miles east of Fond du Lac and 10 miles west of Plymouth on Highway 23. Travel south of Highway 23 on County Trunk G for one mile to the northeast corner of the wildlife area. This is where Mullet Creek flows under County Trunk G.