Trails

Visitors may enjoy the refuge trails through four entrances: Portsmouth Ditch Entrance, Jericho Lane Entrance, Washington Ditch entrance, or Railroad Ditch Entrance (also known as Lake Drummond Wildlife Drive). Each entrance boasts several miles of road-trails for hiking or biking. Some entrances also include interpretive signage, elevated boardwalks, and piers. 

Refuge trails are open sunrise to sunset. Lake Drummond Wildlife Drive hours vary seasonally.

In partnership with Kids in Parks, the refuge also boasts a 1.5 mile TRACK trails loop at the Portsmouth Ditch Trailhead. 

Jericho Ditch Boardwalk

Trail Length (mi)
0.03
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Pines Trail

A quick stroll through the woods around our headquarters office, this trail meanders through a mature loblolly pine and switch cane. Resident wildlife in this area includes pileated woodpeckers, five-lined skinks, and white-tailed deer.
Trail Length (mi)
0.44
Trail Difficulty
Difficulty Meter / introductory
Easy
Route Type
Loop
Trail Activities
Birding
Dog walking
Photography
Wildlife watching
Suitability
Dog friendly
Kid friendly
Wheelchair friendly
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Black Bear Trail

Trail Length (mi)
2.36
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Big Entry Ditch Trail

Trail Length (mi)
4.46
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Underground Railroad Boardwalk

Trail Length (mi)
0.08
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West Ditch Boardwalk

Trail Length (mi)
0.06
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Washington Ditch Boardwalk

Trail Length (mi)
0.57
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Cypress Marsh Boardwalk

Trail Length (mi)
0.20
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