For those who love the outdoors, there are new adventures available with the changing of every season.
Before you can do anything, you have to know where and when you can do it. Let's talk about access.
Boats are a great way to enjoy the Monument. Here's how.
Without a doubt the vast majority of 'visitor days' on the Monument are spent fishing, from youngsters fishing for sunfish with their first $5 pole to anglers chasing salmon in $50,000 boats. There's a reason the Hanford Reach is a fishing destination.
The Monument offers hunting opportunities for deer, elk, ducks, geese, mourning doves, snipe, chukars, gray partridge, California quail and ring-necked pheasants.
When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. We're talking about how to get to the Monument; that's what you thought we were talking about, right? Let us tell you where to go—no matter how you define the phrase.
Still haven't found what you're looking for? It's highly likely that someone else has already asked. Here are some of the more common questions.
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Once a national wildlife refuge itself, Saddle Mountain National Wildlife Refuge still exists, but as part of the much larger Hanford Reach National Monument.