Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge
Southeast Region

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Directions to Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge

Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge is located in three parishes of northeast Louisiana. The visitor center and headquarters area approximately 60 miles east of Monroe, Louisiana, and 35 miles west of Vicksburg, Mississippi.

To reach the visitor center and headquarters heading eastbound on I-20: Exit at Waverly (exit 157). Make a left onto Hwy 577. After approximately 1½ -2 miles, make a right onto Hwy 80 heading eastbound towards Tallulah. Drive approximately 8 miles and make a right onto Quebec Road. Drive the approximately 11 miles of paved road and the visitor center and headquarters on the left.

To reach the visitor center and headquarters heading westbound on I-20: Exit at Tallulah (exit 171). Make a right onto Hwy 65 and drive approximately 2 miles in Tallulah. Make a left between the court house and Popeyes onto Hwy 80 (westbound). Drive approximately 7-8 miles on Hwy 80 and make a left onto Quebec Road. Follow the remaining directions above.

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Tensas River NWR map/directions

Last updated: August 29, 2013