Features

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    Camp Hart Mountain

    Volunteers with OHA will occupy all sites at Camp Hart Mountain May 18-20. Please plan your camping trip on the Refuge accordingly.

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    Current Conditions

    Hart Mountain, Hot Springs, and Blue Sky roads are open. Other roads remain closed and impassible due to snow, rain, and mud.

    More current conditions

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    Mega Migration

    Pronghorn are once again on the move. Learn how biologists track and follow the fastest land mammal in North America.

    More about mega migrations

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    Fire Danger

    Fire danger is currently low and there are no public use restrictions in effect.

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Visit the Refuge

Let's Go Outside

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The refuge is open year-round (weather permitting). There are no entrance fees and overnight camping is allowed (no reservations). Our small visitor center at the Refuge Headquarters isn’t staffed, but is open 24 hours- stop by for more information during your visit.

More about visiting the refuge

Volunteers Needed

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Each summer we seek energetic and motivated volunteers to help us greet visitors, maintain campgrounds, and control weeds.

Get Involved

Directions and Driving Info

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We have driving directions and travel tips to help make your trip to Hart Mountain Refuge safe and enjoyable

Plan Your Visit
Current Events

Hunting on Hart Mountain

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Hunting seasons for a limited number of pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and mule deer hunters occur each year from August into November.

Visitor Activities

About the Complex

Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuge Complex

Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge is managed as part of the Sheldon-Hart Mountain Refuge Complex.

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About the NWRS

National Wildlife Refuge System

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The National Wildlife Refuge System, within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, manages a national network of lands and waters set aside to conserve America's fish, wildlife, and plants.

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