Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Southeast Region

Map and Directions

Harris Neck NWR is located in McIntosh County, Georgia, 5 miles north of Eulonia and 50 air miles south of the port city of Savannah. To reach Harris Neck, take Exit 67 off I-95 and travel south on U.S. 17 for approximately one mile, then east on Harris Neck Road for seven miles to the main entrance gate.

Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex

The chain of national wildlife refuges (NWR) that forms the Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex extends from Pinckney Island NWR near Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, to Wolf Island NWR near Darien, Georgia. Between these lie Savannah (the largest unit in the complex), Wassaw, Tybee, Harris Neck, and Blackbeard Island refuges. Together they span a 100-mile stretch of coastline and total 56,949 acres. The Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex is administered from headquarters located on the Savannah NWR.

Click on the links below to visit other refuge websites.

Harris Neck NWR Map

Harris Neck NWR Map

Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex Map

Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex Map

Last Updated: October 15, 2010