South Fish Creek

Size: 144 acres

Location: Town of Keystone, Bayfield County

Habitat Types: Farmland, upland woods, ravine and bottom land

Conservation Values: Preserve wildlife and plant habitat, preserve water quality of South Fish Creek and to provide a significant tract of undeveloped land


Protection: Donated Conservation Easement held by Bayfield Regional Conservancy


Description: The terrain is very diverse with steep ravines along the Fish Creek tributary and flat open fields on the north end along Hwy 2. The upland wooded areas are mostly birch and pine, while white cedar and hemlock line watercourses and bottomlands. South Fish Creek winds through the middle of the property and its water level fluctuates greatly over the seasons.