Harbor Island National Wildlife Refuge is located in Potagannissing Bay of Lake Huron, north of Drummond Island. Access is by boat only. There are public boat ramps at De Tour Village and on Drummond Island. The refuge is not staffed and is managed by the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday - Friday. There is no entrance fee.
Harbor Island National Wildlife Refuge1674 Refuge Entrance RoadSeney, MI 49883Phone Number: 906-586-9851Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Refuge Lands Hours: Daily dawn until dusk for approved activities.
At this time there are no established trails or other infrastructure at Harbor Island National Wildlife Refuge. The interior bay of Harbor Island is a popular boating destination, with a nice sandy bottom for easy anchoring. Many people enjoy exploring the interior of the island by foot or the waters surrounding the island by boat, kayak or canoe.
The only access to the island is by boat or over the ice during the winter. Take the proper precautions to ensure you are protected against the elements and boat safely to and from the island.
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