Areas of Interest
There is a multitude of opportunities for wildlife observation, photography, environmental education, interpretation, hunting and fishing on the Sacramento NWR Complex. As you explore the refuges you will find that each has its own beauty and unique recreational opportunities.
Join a refuge naturalist and participate in bird tours, photo tours, and kids activities. Click here for events.
Accessibility: The Sacramento NWR Complex is committed to providing equal opportunities for all of our visitors. Refuge-specific brochures are available in Braille and audio versions. All tour routes and public buildings on the Complex have access for people with disabilities.
Fees: Fees collected at Sacramento NWR will pay for visitor facilities and wildlife habitat improvement on the Complex. Holders of a Federal Duck Stamp or an America the Beautiful - Interagency Annual, Senior, Access or Volunteer Pass (or the past equivalent) enter free. A $3 day pass, a $12 Refuge Annual Pass or $20 Commercial pass in addition to the aforementioned Federal passes can be purchased on-site. An entrance fee is not required on Delevan, Colusa, Sutter, and Sacramento River NWRs.
Camping: Overnight camping is not available on the Complex.
Weather: Weather in the Sacramento Valley can range from extreme heat in the summer to dense fog or blustery winds in the winter. Please check your local news station to determine what to expect before you come. You can also check The Weather Channel's homepage or the National Weather Service's Sacramento weather forecast.
Sacramento NWR Complex
752 County Road 99W, Willows, CA 95988
Phone: (530) 934-2801; Fax: (530) 934-7814
24-hour Information: (530) 934-7774
TTY: (530) 934-7135
October 31, 2011