A brown sign with ducks on the side of a road that reads Pajaro Observation Blind

The main entrance on Highway 52 North provides access.  The 3-mile paved Wildlife Drive has two hiking trails, an observation blind, and a fishing pier at Sullivan Pond.  The Drive showcases Pee Dee’s diverse habitats, as it winds you through upland old fields, the Brown Creek bottomlands, Sullivan moist soil impoundment, and an upland pine forest. 

Three miles north of the refuge office, Grassy Island Road intersects the heart of the refuge, and is a North Carolina Scenic Byway.  Our kiosk at Griffin Road provides refuge maps, information, and hunting and fishing permits in season.