Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge
Mountain-Prairie Region
Driving Directions

Driving Directions to Hewitt Lake NWR

Follow the directions to McNeil Slough WPA. Instead of turning at the sign labeled McNeil Slough WPA, continue past the turnoff for 3 miles on the gravel road to reach Hewitt Lake NWR.

 

Driving Directions to Black Coulee NWR

From Harlem, MT go North on the highway that leads North out of Harlem for 21 miles to Turner Colony. Go south on the gravel road from Turner Colony 5 miles to reach Black Coulee NWR.

 

Driving Directions to Webb WPA

Follow the directions to Dyrdahl WPA and turn North on the gravel road that runs through Dyrdahl. Continue on the gravel road for 3 miles to reach Webb WPA.

 

Driving Directions to Pearce WPA

Follow directions to Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, instead of turning into the refuge continue on Old US Hwy. 2 for 7 miles and you will come to Pearce WPA.

 

Driving Directions to McNeil Slough WPA

Located 17 miles east of Malta along US Hwy 2 is the Sleeping Buffalo turnoff State Route 243 East. Turn towards Sleeping Buffalo Resort and continue North on the gravel road which follows along the east side of Nelson Reservoir. Do not follow the turn for Route 243, instead the gravel road will curl around the north end of Nelson Reservoir and follow the brown and white directional sign for McNeil Slough WPA. The distance from US Hwy 2 to McNeil Slough WPA is 6 miles.

 

Driving Directions to Korsbeck WPA

From Dodson, MT on US Hwy 2, turn south on Hwy 204 and travel 12 miles to Korsbeck WPA.

 

Driving Directions to Holm WPA

Take the Eloam Rd. north from US Hwy 2 just east of Chinook, MT for 13 miles. Turn left on Refuge Rd. and continue for 5 miles to Holm WPA.

 

Driving Directions to Dyrdahl WPA

Take US Hwy 191 North/Hwy. 242 North from Malta to Loring. From Loring continue 1 1/2 miles north and turn left on the gravel road. Continue on the gravel road for 8 miles to Dyrdahl WPA. 

 

Driving Directions to Beaver Creek WPA

Follow directions to Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge, instead of turning into the refuge continue on Old US Hwy. 2 for 12 miles and you will come to Beaver Creek WPA.

 

 

 

 

Last updated: March 7, 2011