Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge


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Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge

Address:c/o Washington Maritime NWR Complex
33 S Barr Rd
Port Angeles, WA 98365

Phone:360-457-8451
Web: pacific.fws.gov/refuges/field/wa_dungeness.htm
Established: 1915.
Location:Between Port Townsend and Port Angeles, Washington, at the eastern end of the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Facilities:Viewing sites, boat launch, trails, historic features, interpretive exhibits.
Activities:Boating, canoeing, fishing, crabbing, clamming, beachcombing, horseback riding, educational programs.
Special Features:Refuge includes the world's longest natural sand spit.
Habitats: 631 acres of sand spit, tidelands, and forested uplands.
Access: During daylight hours; access is by foot or horseback only.
Wild life: Waterfowl, seabirds, shellfish, and seals.

See other parks in Washington.
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