Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge


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Arrowwood National Wildlife Refuge

Address:7745 11th St SE
Pingree, ND 58476

Phone:701-285-3341
Fax:701-285-3350
Web: www.fws.gov/arrowwood/Arrowwood%5FNWR
Established: 1935.
Location:Along the James River in east central North Dakota.
Facilities:Viewing sites, picnic area, trails, auto tour route (5.5 miles), rest rooms.
Activities:Boating (25 hp limit), canoeing, fishing, ice fishing, hunting, bow hunting, bird watching, horseback riding, bicycling, cross-country skiing, educational programs
Special Features:Refuge is named for Native Americans who traveled here to obtain wood for arrow shafts.
Habitats: 15,934 acres of marshes, prairie grasslands, cultivated fields, and wooded ravines.
Access: Recreational areas are open April through September during daylight hours.
Wild life: Geese, teal, wood ducks, gadwalls, mallards, canvasbacks, shorebirds, white-tailed deer, badger, mink.

See other parks in North Dakota.