Huron Wetland Management District provides numerous recreation opportunities to thousands of visitors every year. People enjoy viewing the unique and diverse wildlife and hunting on the District's Waterfowl Production Areas. District waterfowl production areas are open to hunting, fishing, trapping, wildlife photography, wildlife observation, environmental education, and interpretation.
The Maga Ta- Hophi Waterfowl Production Area (MA-HAH-TA-HOP-EE) offers more opportunities for wildlife viewing and photographing wildlife on the accessible nature trail. Maga Ta-Hohpi Waterfowl Production Area is located eight mile west of Huron, South Dakota. The paved trail access is located 1/2 mile north on 392nd Ave. on the west side of the road south of the maintenance shop. A mowed trail is also available for those who want a longer walk.
The Huron Wetland Management District office is temporarily located with the District's Maintenance shop on Maga Ta-Hohpi Waterfowl Production Area. Physical address is 20721 392nd Ave HWY 14 Wolsey, SD 57384. Contact us at 605-352-5894 (office) or e-mail email@example.com if you need any additional information.
Regulation of recreational activities allows for public enjoyment of the waterfowl production areas while still protecting wildlife and habitats. See the Public Use Regulations of South Dakota Waterfowl Production areas for a complete list of waterfowl production regulations.
The Huron Wetland Management District offers many interesting areas to view and photograph wildlife. Waterfowl Production areas offer opportunities for wildlife dependent recreation such as: hunting, fishing, trapping, photography, environmental education, and interpretation.
The Maga Ta-Hohpi Waterfowl Production Area is located eight mile west of Huron, South Dakota. The paved trail access is located 1/2 mile north on 392nd Ave. on the west side of the road south of the maintenance shop. A mowed trail is also available for those who want a longer walk.
Other Facilities in the Complex
Rules and Policies
There are lots of fun, interesting, and educational things you can do on the Huron Wetland Management District. Keep in mind, if an activity is not wildlife related and doesn’t help in the protection or understanding of wildlife or their habitat, there are potential refuge rules governing this activity.