Road conditions constantly change. Check current road conditions for updates, closures, or hazardous conditions. Road closed signs are posted for your safety.
If you are going beyond Corn Creek, you need a high-clearance vehicle, and four-wheel drive is suggested. Make sure your vehicle is ready for the trip - check your tires, fuel, fluids, and battery. The most common problem people experience is a flat tire – a spare, and the means to change it, are a must!
Only street legal vehicles are allowed in the refuge. All motorized vehicles must be licensed and registered for highway use – if you couldn’t legally drive it to get to the refuge, you can’t drive it on the refuge.
To protect our wildlife and their habitats, operation of off-highway (OHVs), including but not limited to all-terrain cycles and quads, is not permitted on the refuge. For nearby locations where OHV use is permitted, please visit the SNAP OHV page.
Please protect wildlife habitat - stay on designated roads.
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Depending on the year, there are 600 to 800 bighorns on the refuge - yet they can be hard to find!