A group of school-age kids walking along a path in a dry environment

Pinckney Island NWR maintians over 14 miles of gravel road and grass trails that provide visitors access to all parts of the refuge.  A less than 2-mile hike from the parking area to Ibis Pond will provide a great overview of the refuge's scenic habitat and abundant wildlife.  Those adventurous enough to wander further in wil encounter additional ponds and areas of interest. Hikers should be advised that there are no public amenities such as restrooms or drinking water, so please be prepared, especially on hot summer days.

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Pinckney Island National Wildlife Refuge Trail Map

Trail map of Pinckney Island NWR