We offer a variety of activities to visitors and have something for everyone! There are year-round wildlife viewing opportunities on the Wildlife Drive self-guided auto tour, along with over 8 miles of hiking trails that span from the most northerly, deCamp Wildlife trail in Brick Township, south to the Leeds Eco-Trail at refuge headquarters in Galloway Township . We also provide fishing, hunting, and kayaking opportunities at designated locations across the refuge. Click on an activity below for more details!
If you are unsure as to whether an activity is available for public use on the refuge, please give us a call at 609-652-1665.