LaSalle Fish and Wildlife Area

LaSalle Fish & Wildlife Area conserves 3,797 acres of hardwood forests, cropland, fallow fields, marshes, brush, and open water. Bisected by the Kankakee River, LaSalle is an ideal stopover for migratory birds. State Line Road and the drive to Parking Area 3 offers excellent roadside wildlife viewing. The footpath that follows the levee along the south side of the Kankakee is a quiet place to explore and watch wildlife. Recreational activities here include hunting, fishing, and wildlife viewing. The site offers boat ramps and a hunting dog training area. Limited amenities, but a great place to immerse yourself in nature. Call (219) 992-3019 for hunting information.

Phone: (219) 992-3019
Website: https://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/3088.htm

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4752 W. 1050 North, Lake Village, IN 46349

Phone: (219) 992-3019

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