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Frosty LeavesThese beautiful frost covered fall leaves were entered in the 2010 Amateur Photo Contest.  Kimber Reagle, the photographer, won 2nd place in the Plants Category.

Hours and Dates of Operation

The Visitor Center is open May 15 to October 20th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily including all federal holidays.

The Headquarters office is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and closed for all federal holidays.

Directions, Address & Contact Info

DIRECTIONS TO SENEY:
From Highway M-28, turn south on M-77 in Seney and continue 5 miles to the Refuge Entrance Road. Turn right (west) – the Visitor Center is approximately one mile ahead on the right. 


From US-2, turn north on M-77 in Blaney Park and continue 12 miles to the Refuge Entrance Road (2 miles north of Germfask). Turn left (west) – the Visitor Center is approximately one mile ahead on the right. 


Seney National Wildlife Refuge - Headquarters
1674 Refuge Entrance Road
Seney, MI 49883
906-586-9851
Email: Seney@fws.gov 

Point of Interest

Seney National Wildlife Refuge – Visitor Center
1606 Refuge Entrance Road
Seney, MI 49883
Phone Number: 906-586-9851 x15
Email: Seney@fws.gov

The Visitor Center is open May 15 to October 20th (please note that we have changed our closing date permanently from October 15 to October 20th to ensure we are open annually for National Wildlife Refuge Week, which begins the second Saturday in October).

What to Do

  • Walk the Pine Ridge Nature Trail
  • Drive the Marshland Wildlife Drive
  • Paddle the Manistique River
  • Bike, hike, ski, or snowshoe the backcountry
  • Visit the Whitefish Point Unit

Know Before You Go

Remember to bring:

  • Sunglasses
  • Bug Spray/Head Net
  • Water Bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Comfortable shoes for walking/hiking

Attention Northern Hardwood Hiking/Cross-country Ski Trail Users.
Be aware of the possibility of falling limbs or trees in the area. Due to Beech bark disease, there are many dead or dying trees in the hardwood forest and limbs or branches may fall unexpectedly. Use these trails with caution, especially during high winds.

Learn more about Beech Bark Disease on the US Forest Service's website.

Page Photo Credits — Frost Covered Leaves - Kimber Reagle/2010 Photo Contest
Last Updated: Feb 10, 2014
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