Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge Trails

To find trails in Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, Massachusetts select a region or trail below.

Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge - Morris Island Trail :: Chatham, MA

Most of Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge is accessible only by boat, but this short and easy stroll on Morris Island lets visitors see some of the same birds and plants that make North and South Monomoy islands—the bulk of the refuge—such special pla

Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, Morris Island :: Chatham, MA

Morris Island is linked to mainland Chatham by a causeway and, therefore, has not been cut off by the tide for many years. Indeed, the 40-acre island is the only part of the 2,750-acre Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge not primarily accessible by boat

Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, Morris Island :: South Chatham, MA

Monomoy, situated on the very tip of the elbow of Cape Cod at the southernmost corner of Chatham, is a National Wildlife Refuge maintained by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Comprising North and South Monomoy Islands and Morris Island, the refuge

Monomoy Nwr Nature Trail :: Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, MA

Monomoy Nwr Nature Trail is a hiking trail in Chatham, Massachusetts. It is within Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge. It is 0.8 miles long and begins at 48 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 87 feet.

Monomoy Islands :: Chatham, MA

Thousands of seals and birds pack onto miles of sandy beaches here. The launch: A 100-foot carry from the causeway via any one of several paths to the very shallow water. Shifting sand and vast shallow flats can make navigation tricky, especially at

Chatham Harbors Tour :: Chatham, MA

An easy, short ride from a railroad museum across town to the harbors, beaches, and lighthouses of Chatham. Opt for a side trip through busy downtown Chatham, a side trip to the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, or connect to the rest of the Outer Ca

Morris Island Trail :: Barnstable, MA

On the tip of Morris Island, this trail shadows Nantucket Sound. Very steep stairs and soft sand may make this a less attractive hike for the faint of heart. If you attempt the hike, you will be rewarded with breathtaking views and an occasional seal