Lac qui Parle Refuge:
Encompasses over 31,000 acres of land and water. Commonly hunted species: geese, duck, deer and pheasants.
Located 8 miles SW of Appleton on Hwy. 7/59 and Chippewa Co. Hwy. 32.
Refuge Headquarters 320-734-4451.

Big Stone National Wildlife Refuge:
Encompasses over 10,000 acres of land and water. Commonly hunted species: pheasants & deer.
Located 15 miles NW of Appleton on Hwy. 7. Refuge Headquarters 320-273-2191.

Other State Wildlife Management & Federal Waterfowl Production Areas:
Over 50,000 acres of public hunting land surround the Appleton area. For a map of the area's public hunting lands, contact the DNR Area Wildlife office at 320-289-2493.

Watson Hunting Camp:
High quality guided hunting experience. Located in the heart of the Lac qui Parle Wildlife refuge in western Minnesota, the hunting opportunities available at the camp are very diverse and plentiful. Guided duck, goose and dove hunts available along with guided fishing tours! 


R&R Outdoors:
North Munsterman Ave
Appleton Hardware:
149 W. Snelling Avenue



City of Appleton, 323 West Schlieman Ave, 320-289-1363