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Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

Information iconA trail overlooking Skilak Lake at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. (Photo: Ali Curtis/USFWS)  

Kenai National Wildlife Refuge often is called “Alaska in miniature.” The nearly 2-million-acre refuge, a three-hour drive from Anchorage, offers world-class fishing, wildlife-viewing, hiking, camping and canoeing opportunities in summer. Learn more

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Explore our interactive map to discover wildife refuges near your home or travel destination. Search by Zip Code, state or refuge name.

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Information icon American black bear at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge in Maine. (Photo: Keith Ramos/USFWS)