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Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center

24 moradores locais recomendam

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Kate
Kate
November 28, 2020
3,000 acres of salt and freshwater marshes, grasslands and mixed forest habitats
Audrey
Audrey
March 25, 2020
Beautiful – rain or shine. Make sure to check out their website for guided walkabouts and fun in the great outdoors!
Nancy
Nancy
January 20, 2021
For the best spotting opportunities, the refuge recommends arriving within two hours of high tide. Other wildlife also commonly spotted at the refuge includes pronghorn antelope, box turtles, and migratory orca whales.
Diana
Diana
November 3, 2016
Great for bird lovers. Lots of trails and they have a birding expert on Saturdays at 9 most weekends to show you the local birds.
Andrea
Andrea
January 31, 2021
A beautiful walk, a flat loop trail beloved by birdwatchers and all nature lovers, about 5 miles long, so wear comfortable shoes!!
Jason&Callie
Jason&Callie
October 22, 2020
Beautiful boardwalk through forested area with views of the Nisqually river and marsh. There is a short loop or a longer loop depending on your level/strength. Our favorite is the twin barns, gorgeous!

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SUPERHOST
  1. Casa inteira
  2. 2 camas
Beautiful Country Cottage In The Nisqually Valley
SUPERHOST
  1. Casa na árvore
  2. 1 cama
Treehouse with Panoramic Views
SUPERHOST
  1. Acampamento
Private Upscale Campground

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Localização
100 Brown Farm Road Northeast
Olympia, Washington 98516
Telefone+1 360-753-9467