Images of Horicon National Wildlife Refuge
A slide show with photos of Horicon National Wildlife Refuge set to music. Photography by Thomas Ferguson.
The Horicon Marsh Story
At over 33,000 acres in size, Horicon Marsh is one of the largest freshwater marshes in
Commitment to the Environment in Dodge County
Through the nearly five decades of serving visitors to the marsh, Horicon Marsh Boat Tours has been committed to preserving and protecting the Horicon Marsh and the environment as a whole.

The four-stroke Mercury motors minimize emissions and conserve fuel. The high-riding pontoon boats operated at low speeds help to prevent damage of the wetland habitat. Most importantly, the Zuelsdorf’s have worked hard to educate visitors on the ecology of the marsh and the factors that are crucial to the marsh’s continued survival.
Horicon National Wildlife Refuge in the Fall
The Horicon Marsh area has been inhabited by people, including the Paleo-Indians, the Hopewellian people and the Mound Builders, since the ending of the last Ice Age.
Horicon Marsh Dike Road in Dodge County Wisconsin
Dodge County Spring '08
Take a quick video tour of Dodge County and learn about all that your easy-on-gasoline getaway has to offer. Find out about Horicon Marsh, great trails, outdoor recreation, fun tours and more.
Boat Tours at Blue Heron Landing
Established in 1963 Horicon Marsh Boat Tours… family owned and operated, offers one-of-a-kind guided and narrated tours on one of the most spectacular wetland habitats in the United States. Enjoy the birds and animals in their natural habitat on our environmentally friendly pontoon boats.

Location: Horicon Marsh Boat Tours is located in the city of Horicon at the southern end of the Horicon Marsh where the Rock River begins.
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