National wildlife refuges offer us a chance to unplug from the stresses of daily life and reconnect with our natural surroundings. The spring and summer months are a good time to view nesting songbirds, wildflowers, turkey poults, and amphibians. The fall and winter months are for good viewing white-tail deer and migratory birds such as waterfowl. The refuge is also known to have Bald Eagle sightings year-round, but they are more frequent during the winter and early spring.
|Type of Fee||Amount|
$4.00/vehicle/day or $15.00/bus/day
|Holla Bend NWR Annual Pass||$12.50/vehicle/year|
|Archery Deer Hunt||$12.50/person|
|Archery Turkey Hunt||$12.50/person|
|America the Beautiful Senior Pass||$20.00 Annual - $80.00 Lifetime|
|America the Beautiful Annual Pass||$80.00|
|Federal Duck Stamp||$25.00|
Location and Contact Information
Visitors can take a self-guided auto tour around the refuge to view wildlife and habitats, take photographs, and hunt and fish during the respective seasons. Along the auto tour route, visitors will find two hiking trails, numerous walk-in access trails, an observation tower, informational panels, and kiosks.
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