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COMMUNITY OUTREACH

Protecting habitat for all
wildlife and waterfowl.

ADA BLIND

ADA compliant
blind in
Manage Zone 11
built in 2020

September 14 & 15, 2024

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Welcome to the Pointe Mouillee Waterfowl Festival

 

SINCE 1947

This family-friendly event has been a Downriver tradition since 1947. Nature lovers truly enjoy the outdoor events such as dog jumping competitions and archery challenges.

We are one of the oldest events of its kind in Michigan, and we proudly support the conservation efforts to protect the Pointe Mouillee State Game area. All proceeds will benefit habitat at Pointe Mouillee State Game Area which is the largest fresh water marsh restoration project in North America located in the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge

So spend a day or two with us and bring the family to enjoy a day with Mother Nature at the Pointe Mouillee Waterfowl Festival!

 

UPCOMING EVENTS for 2024

Fishing Tournament Charity Event

Pointe Mouillee Waterfowl Festival’s 76th Anniversary Combined Downriver Walleye Federation Fishing Tournament Charity Event

$30
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Bill Barrow Memorial Sporting Clay Shoot

Ticket Prices: $60 per person (17 and over) and $40 (16 and under)

$40 – $60
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Trading Post

Your one-stop-shop for hunting and outdoor items imaginable!

Free
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Arts & Crafts Show

View and purchase wildlife artwork & crafts. Up-and-coming artists will display and sell their version of wildlife art.

Free
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Archery Shoot & BB Gun

This fun and FREE event is for all ages and is kid friendly. We’ll always have trained supervision at all times.

Free
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Our Sponsors

Our Mission

The Pointe Mouillee Waterfowl Festival is dedicated to: 

  • Enhancing and protecting habitat for all wildlife and waterfowl at the Pointe Mouillee State Game Area 
  • Supporting, by all means available, acceptable wildlife management of our natural resources – it is our responsibility to urge the public and private sector through education to assist in habitat improvements and protection 
  • Establishing partnerships to jointly achieve the Natural Resource improvements that are consistently required and requested by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources where possible.