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Creamer's Field — Migratory Waterfowl Refuge
Visitor Information

Nature Trails

  • Boreal Forest Trail - Wander through forest typical of Interior Alaska. Highlights include wildlife viewing from the observation tower and a self-guiding brochure that describes many features along the way.
  • Seasonal Wetland Trail - This trail borders a wetland where water level and wildlife vary seasonally. Interpretive signs and observation platforms are along the path. It is wheelchair accessible during snow-free months.
  • Farm Road Trail - Stroll past open fields and patches of woods. Watch for wildlife along the way.

Farmhouse Visitor Center

View nature and historic exhibits; learn more about the refuge and its programs. Call (907) 459-7307 for hours of operation.

Naturalist Walks

During summer, volunteer naturalists lead guided walks on the refuge. Check at the Farmhouse Visitor Center or call (907) 459-7307 for topics, times, and location.

Winter Activities

Snowy conditions create many recreational opportunities, including cross-country skiing, dog mushing, skijoring, and many more. A winter guide with a map of ski and mushing trails is available at the Visitor Center.

Hunting & Trapping

Sections of the refuge are open to hunting and trapping during the appropriate seasons. Ask about these activities at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game office before hunting or trapping on the refuge.