Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Complex
Pacific Southwest Region, California, Nevada & Klamath Basin

Welcome to our home page. The Stillwater Complex is made up of three refuges located within an 80 mile radius of Reno, in northern Nevada. Situated in the high desert, Stillwater NWRC offers a wide range of natural resources and an array of recreational and educational opportunities. Click below on a refuge name to discover more about each unique portion of these diverse refuge system lands

New InfoVisitors can call the office for the latest updates on water, birds and activities. Our website will be updated soon with that information!

Summer Boating Rules:

Only nonmotorized boats are allowed in West Marsh (Willow and Millen lakes) outside of waterfowl season, except for a short closure May 15 - July 1 during spring nesting. Water levels are below normal this year, so please check with the refuge office before launching. And remember to rinse, drain and dry your boats' exterior, paddles/oars,and any other surfaces that contact the water especially if your boat is used outside of the refuge. Help prevent the spread of invasive species such as snails, mussels, and plants. Please feel free to contact the Refuge Manager for more information at 775/423-5128 ext. 223.



New InfoPlease note our new office and mailing addressNew Info

Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Complex
1020 New River Parkway, #305
Fallon, NV  89406

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Stillwater NWR 
Canada geese take flight on Kent's Pond at the new Tule Trail wetland.
Taken from the observation blind located at the pond and available for public use.
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Stillwater National Wildlife Refuge Complex
1020 New River Parkway, #305
Fallon, NV 89406
Tel: (775)423-5128 Fax: (775)423-0416
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  NOTICE: Most refuge roads are open and passable at this time, however, conditions can change quickly with seasonal weather. Please call the refuge for current road information before your visit.
Off-road travel damages fragile desert resources and is strictly prohibited.
Last updated: September 20, 2013