Fall is a great season to look for reptiles and amphibians!
Come out and explore your national wildlife refuge!
Join the Back Bay Restoration Foundation, Back Bay NWR and False Cape State Park for a wild ride! The tram tour provides access to False Cape through the Refuge with a unique opportunity to view the array of wildlife found in the area, from birds to reptiles. The trip includes a one-mile hike (round-trip) to the historic Wash Woods cemetery site. Trams are first-come, first-served. Don't forget your binoculars and camera!
The end of summer is a great time to come out to Back Bay and False Cape for the day!
Looking for volunteer work? We need help keeping our trails beautiful! It's a great way to get out to the refuge every month and enjoy the trails.
Join us as we team with groups all over the country and world to clean up our coast!
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge will be CLOSED from October 27-30 for the annual deer management and feral hog hunt. All visitation to the refuge will be prohibited on these dates, including through traffic to False Cape State Park. The refuge will reopen on October 31st at sunrise.
Join refuge and park staff for a scenic ride while observing wintering waterfowl and other native wildlife while learning about the history of the area. Tours travel through Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, into False Cape State Park and include a one mile hike (round-trip) to the Wash Woods cemetery site.
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