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Mallard Club Marsh Wildlife Area

The 402-acre Mallard Club Marsh Wildlife Area is bounded on the west by Maumee Bay State Park, the north by Maumee Bay, the north and east by Cedar Point National Wildlife Refuge, and the south by Cedar Point Road. The area can be reached from State Route 2, by traveling two miles north on either Cousino Road or Decant Road.
Three parking lots are located across the south edge of the property. Access is gained from these points. No permanent blinds are available and no other facilities are present.

The area is managed for wetland wildlife. Waterfowl hunting is popular and open throughout the established seasons. Mallards, teal, and Canada geese are the most common waterfowl on Mallard Club. Use of decoys, concealment, and patience are recommended for waterfowl hunters using this area.

Trapping is permitted, and muskrats are plentiful. Raccoon and mink are also common and available for the trapping enthusiast.


Mallard Club Marsh Wildlife Area

Oregon, Ohio 43618

Phone Number(s)

Local Number: (419) 424-5000

Special Hours: Contact the Wildlife District Two Office at (419) 424-5000 for information.







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