Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area

Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area

Tuttle Marsh is a 5,000 acre wetland project consisting of over 3-1/2 miles of level ditch network and a 2-1/2 mile low-head dam with water level control structures. 35 earthen nesting islands have been constructed. Site includes a 380 acre impoundment area, open water and marsh and wildlife viewing areas. Deer, fox, coyote, muskrat, beaver, otter, weasel and a large variety of bird species.

Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area-DNR

Contact Information


Huron-Manistee National Forests

Old US-23 & Tuttle Marsh Road

Oscoda, MI 48750

Driving Directions

Phone: (989) 739-0728

Location of Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area

Map of Michigan