Trails

Refuge trails, fishing piers, and kiosks provide family-friendly wildlife viewing areas. The refuge has few hills, so all trails have very little elevation-gain, offering easy walks surrounded by nature. The refuge is broken into a north section and south section. Of the 15 miles of trails, 7.5 miles are open to biking. Trails marked by a solid line allows for biking, whereas a dash line signifies hiking only. Visitors are required to stay on designated paths and trails. Only certified service animals are allowed on the trails.  

Pine Garden Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.31
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Puffer Pond Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.44
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Carbary's Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.10
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Sandbank Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.11
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Powerline Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.22
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Tri-Town Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.22
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Petapawag Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.85
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Harry's Way Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.83
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Fisher Loop Trail

Trail Length (mi)
2.59
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Sweet Fern Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.29
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White Pond Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.46
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Winterberry Way Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.48
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Mink Link Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.14
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Kingfisher Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.10
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Taylor Way Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.79
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Otter Alley Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.33
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