There are four main trailheads at the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. These trails are the best areas for viewing the diverse wildlife of the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge. Here, habitats include coastal sage scrub, riparian riparian
Definition of riparian habitat or riparian areas.

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forest, and chaparral communities, and are home to many threatened and endangered species. Trails are currently open to hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Be sure to bring your binoculars and camera! 

Also, be prepared with your essential outdoor items, especially water, and use the restroom before you come to the refuge. 

We have no public restrooms or drinking water on our lands. Camping is not allowed. 

Sweetwater Interpretive Loop
Par 4 Drive Trailhead
McGinty Mountain Trailhead
Mother Miguel Mountain Trailhead

McGinty Mountain Trail

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Mother Miguel Mountain Trail

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Sweetwater River Trail

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