A narrow dirt path winds through a forest. Wildflowers grow next to the trail.


Turnbull NWR has 11 miles of trails for visitors to explore and enjoy. Most of these trails are short, less than half a mile. Longer routes include the Stubblefield and Bluebird Trails. These easy strolls provide for excellent wildlife observation opportunities, including birds, porcupine, and moose. 

Trails can be accessed from multiple points, including the Headquarters area or along the auto tour route. To see maps or ask a question, please visit the visitor contact station located within the Headquarters building.

Related Documents
Turnbull NWR - Visitor Use Map (508)

Map of the public use area inside of Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge