There is no access to Butte Sink WMA, but this unit is a part of the larger Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Other wildlife refuges in this area have public use areas, trails, and auto tour routes. Visit our visitor center at Sacramento NWR!
The Butte Sink WMA is not open to the public but you can take a quick virtual tour to learn about what makes it special.
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Other Facilities in the Complex
Butte Sink Wildlife Management Area is managed as part of the Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex, with headquarters at Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge. The Refuge Complex is comprised of 5 National Wildlife Refuges (Sacramento, Delevan, Colusa, Sutter and Sacramento River NWRs) and 3 Wildlife Management Areas (Willow Creek-Lurline, Butte Sink and Steve Thompson North Central Valley WMAs).