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Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

Updated: Feb 17

This wildlife refuge has some incredible grounds you can visit. Tons of animals and vegetation are there for your enjoyment YEAR ROUND!

Location: 100 Brown Farm Road, Olympia, WA 98516

History: There are several hikes available here at Nisqually and all are rated as "easy".

Things to do: Hiking, birding, wildlife watching, photography, Ranger-led programs, education programs, boating non-motorized, fishing, and hunting.

Further details on the different things you can do while visiting can be found on their website here.

They also offer tons of events and ways for you to get involved! All the details can be found here. Including days when admittance is FREE!!

Restrooms are located adjacent to the Norm Dicks Visitor Center and portable toilets are placed at the Twin Barns, at the north end of the Twin Barns Loop.

Looking for more hiking ideas? Check out these other hikes in the PNW!

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