Visitor Activities


Sequoyah offers many opportunities to enjoy your National Wildlife Refuge.

  • Wildlife Watching & Nature Trails

     Opportunities abound on Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge for watching and photographing wildlife. There are approximately seven miles of tour road and two accessible nature trails. With a little patience, the majority of wildlife species that inhabit the refuge can be seen and photographed from these trails!

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  • Hunting

    Hunting is one of the priority recreational uses on National Wildlife Refuges and compatible with the mission of this refuge.

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  • Fishing

    Fishing on Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge is allowed in all areas of the refuge open to public use unless otherwise posted. Fishing shall be inaccordance with all applicable state and federal regulations.

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  • Environmental Education

     The refuge provides educational opportunities for local schools, boy/girl scouts, 4-H, etc. Staff members will take groups on guided nature trail walks, refuge tours, and other wildlife/habitat oriented field trips. The refuge headquarters/visitor contact station has numerous wildlife exhibits, interpretive panels, educational material, and an interactive computer and smartboard. The wildlife exhibits allow visitors to get an up close view of some of the wildlife they may encounter while on the refuge.

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