Four miles of trails offer access to a diversity of habitats within Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge and offers views of native plants and wildlife, from amphibians to mammals. The trails are relatively flat and accessible consisting of wooden boardwalks and gravel paths. Interpretive panels give a glimpse of the biological and ecological wildlife and habitats that can be seen, or heard, along the route. The average time spent on the trails is approximately two hours but is dependent on wildlife activity and individual preference. Benches are placed on all trails except the gravel Nisqually Estuary Trail. Depending on the season and weather forecast, be prepared with raingear and water. Restrooms are located adjacent to the Norm Dicks Visitor Center and portable toilets are placed at the Twin Barns, at the north end of the Twin Barns Loop.
Details about the trails at Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge will soon be added to this page. Until then, general information can be viewed on the Fish and Wildlife Service's Geographic Information System (GIS) website.