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Site Id #:180 - Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge Complex

Facilites at Viewing Site


Brochure/Species List Brochure/Species List

Bus Accessible Bus Accessible

Drinking Water Drinking Water Sacramento Refuge only

Fee Fee Sacramento Refuge only: America The Beautiful Passes, Federal Duck Stamp, and the Golden Passports accepted; otherwise $3/vehicle day pass; $12 Refuge Annual Pass; $20 commerical or bus pass

Gift Shop/Bookstore Gift Shop/Bookstore The bookstore at Sacramento Refuge; in partnership with the local Altacal Audubon Society; offers a selection of over 50 books, 4 wildlife DVDs, notecards, bookmarks, calendars, and much more!

Interpretive Signs Interpretive Signs Sacramento and Llano Seco Unit has interpretive kiosks with panels. Colusa Refuge's interpretive kiosk is in progress.

Lookouts Lookouts There is a multi-level viewing platform with benches and a spotting scope on Sacramento Refuge. Colusa Refuge has single level viewing platform (interpretive panels are in progress) . The Llano Seco Unit has two multi-level viewing plaforms.

Restrooms Restrooms Sacramento and Colusa Refuges; and Llano Seco Unit

Trails Trails Sacramento, Colusa, and Llano Seco Unit. There is a Wetlands Walk Trail Guide on Sacrmento Refuge. An trail guide is being developed for Colusa Refuge.

Trash Cans Trash Cans

Visitor Center/Ranger Station Visitor Center/Ranger Station Sacramento Refuge; there is a plasma TV where visitors may watch many interpretive DVDs including the Refuge DVD.