Facility Activities

Cache River National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1986 to protect, conserve, enhance, and restore bottomland hardwood forest habitats for the benefit of wintering waterfowl, migratory birds, and other native species of wildlife. The refuge is located in the most important wintering area...

Available species include largemouth bass, crappie, sunfish, and catfish. Refuge waters include more than 200 acres in scattered small lakes and 220 acres in the Cache and Bayou DeView Rivers. Facilities for anglers include three concrete launching areas and approximately 10 gravel/dirt ramps...

Whether you wield a smartphone or a zoom lens, you’ll find photo-worthy subjects at national wildlife refuges.

Many refuges champion wildlife viewing as a key recreational activity.

National wildlife refuges make great destinations for flatwater canoeing or kayaking.