The refuge offers numerous opportunities for environmental interpretation by maintaining 10 miles of hiking trails, interpretive signs, displays, and kiosks, as well as sponsoring several public events focused on fish, wildlife, habitat, and their conservation. The majority of refuge visitors participate in self-guided interpretive or wildlife-oriented recreation, outside of planned programs and events.
Most refuge visitors access the refuge on foot for purposes of wildlife viewing, photography, fishing, environmental education programs, or exercise. Additional, but restricted, access is allowed for bicyclists.
Please check our events calendar for a list of upcoming events.