Nulhegan Basin Division: NEW Access Updates

 Nulhegan Basin Division: Access updates

Updated August 5, 2020

Effective August 10th through August 14th, access to the Nulhegan Basin Division via the Henshaw Road will be closed. Four Mile Road is being temporarily closed to allow the Refuge staff to install an arch culvert on a tributary of the North Branch.

Effective August 19th through September 4th, the Black Branch Bridge on the Stone Dam Road will be closed to all traffic. Vehicles are being re-routed around the bridge via the Powerline Road and the Lower Tin Shack Road.

  • Nulhegan Basin Division Visitor Center is closed.
  • The Refuge trails are open.
  • Restrooms on the Refuge are closed until further notice
  • All Refuge programming and events have been postponed until further notice.

The health and safety of our employees and visitors is our highest priority. To accomplish that, the Service is adhering to the most current guidance from the CDC, OPM, OEM and other health authorities. We are also following the guidance provided by state and local authorities. Whenever possible, outdoor recreation sites at national wildlife refuges and hatcheries will remain open to the public. However, refuge visitor centers and other public facilities, such as restrooms, may be closed and most scheduled events have been postponed. Visitors should call ahead for local conditions. The Service will post information about any changes to the operational status of refuges, hatcheries or facilities on our FWS Coronavirus (COVID-19) Public Health Update webpage, as well as on the individual refuge and facility webpages.