Refuge staff members are now finished clearing the public-access roads, trails, non-driving public roads, parking lots, and boardwalks on the Lower Suwannee Refuge. They are all safe to access and open to the public.
On the Cedar Keys Refuge there was minimal damage, downed trees, beach erosion, and debris tossed onto the islands. Cleanup was a priority on Seahorse Key in preparation for visitors during the Grand Opening Celebration for our partners at the Nature Coast Biological Station. It is now complete also.
Need information? Refuge Manager Andrew Gude can be reached by text or phone at 703.622.3896.
CR 347 in Levy County is open again following the closure due to flooding. Access to the Refuge in Levy County and Dixie County is still very limited because of high water.
The print version of the 2019-2020 Hunt Regulations Brochure is now available at Refuge headquarters. For an digital version,
The Refuge is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Visitors are welcome to walk or bicycle around yellow Refuge gates.
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