Ridgefield NWR Oaks to Wetlands Trail

Ridgefield, Washington

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The 5248-acre Ridgefield national Wildlife Refuge is not only a sanctuary for scores of wintering and resident birds in rapidly developing Clark County but is also a haven for local nature lovers. The refuge’s Oaks to Wetlands Trail introduces visitors to a fascinating and diverse riparian world of sprawling floodplains, wildlife-rich sloughs, and majestic groves of old-growth garry oaks, plus a replica of a longhouse and exceptional bird-watching opportunities.

Ridgefield NWR: Oaks to Wetlands Trail Professional Review and Guide

"The 5248-acre Ridgefield national Wildlife Refuge is not only a sanctuary for scores of wintering and resident birds in rapidly developing Clark County but is also a haven for local nature lovers. The refuge’s Oaks to Wetlands Trail introduces visitors to a fascinating and diverse riparian world of sprawling floodplains, wildlife-rich sloughs, and majestic groves of old-growth garry oaks, plus a replica of a longhouse and exceptional bird-watching opportunities."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Ridgefield
Distance: 2
Elevation Gain: 75 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Local Maps: USGS Saint Helens, USGS Ridgefield,
Driving Directions: Directions to Ridgefield NWR: Oaks to Wetlands Trail

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May 2018