Refuge Location 13950 Dawson Beach RoadWoodbridge, VA 22191Refuge Headquarters Staff Office12638 Darby Brooke CourtWoodbridge, VA 22192(703) firstname.lastname@example.org
Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge is located on the east side of Woodbridge in Prince William County, Virginia, at the junction of the Potomac and Occoquan Rivers. From Route 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) in Woodbridge, proceed east on Dawson Beach Road ¾ miles to the refuge entrance gate at the end of the road.
Public Transit DirectionsThe Woodbridge Amtrak Station, serving Amtrak and Virginia Railway Express (VRE) trains, and local Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) bus services, is located off of Dawson Beach Road about ¾ miles from the Visitor Contact Station and one mile from the refuge’s central parking area. From the Woodbridge station, turn left onto Dawson Beach Road and continue straight to the refuge entrance.
VRE allows bikes only on certain trains, generally those outside of daily rush hours. Please see http://www.vre.org/service/bike_policy.html for more information. Local PRTC buses are equipped with bike racks. Amtrak requires that bikes be partially disassembled and shipped as baggage for an additional fee. Bike parking racks are provided at the Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge central lot.
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Ospreys are one of the most common bird species seen at Occoquan Bay NWR during spring and summer. They return in early March to re-form pair bonds and establish breeding territories. Breeding pairs can be observed nesting on platforms located throughout the refuge.