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La Crosse Area Comprehensive Fishery Area
Myric Park

Myric Park is a 22 acre mostly wetland property within the La Crosse Area Comprehensive Fishery Area in La Crosse County. It is adjacent to a 13 acre park, owned by the City of La Crosse. The City park includes a zoo with both indoor and outdoor exhibits, handicap accessible playground, fenced in dog park, restrooms, public shelters, Indian mounds, and a La Crosse River marsh trail system with Wildlife viewing platforms. The La Crosse Marsh Trail is linked to the adjacent Hixon Forest Nature Center trails.


Myric Park is is located on La Crosse Street near the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse athletic fields; T 16N, R 7W, sections 28 and 33.


Angling opportunities

shore and wading fishing

Recreational Opportunities

  • Fishing
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Bird watching


Myric Park is managed to protect the public trust, enhance coldwater fishery (game and non-game), and provide outdoor recreational opportunities.


For questions and comments contact:

Fisheries Biologist
Department of Natural Resources
3550 Mormon Coulee Road
La Crosse, WI 54601

Last revised: Friday July 25 2014