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Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge
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100 Brown Farm Rd NE Olympia, WA 98516
100 Brown Farm Road NortheastUSWashingtonOlympia98516
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762-acre protected estuary with trails, an education center, & bird- & whale-watching opportunities.- Google
"Awesome trails, views, nature and nature center."
"This is a neat spot for wildlife viewing."
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Fowzer Junaideen
a month ago
It's a beautiful place to visit. We did not see any wildlife on the day we went. Trails are mainly boardwalks. Along the way we plucked wild berries and they were really good to eat. We came across two barns. Trails are not long.
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Eric Zhang
2 months ago
Fantastic experience with stunning view along the trail. We saw a small snake, hundreds of all kinds of birds, crabs, several herons, and a family of cute beavers. Definitely gonna go back again, probably different season.
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Jerad Shealey
4 weeks ago
No dogs allowed but still a beautiful, easy hike with honey buckets available on the trail.
Jaden Thacker
a month ago
fun for the whole family
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Brecken Ridge
4 months ago
For $3 self-paid fee, you get to access an amazing wildlife sanctuary with lots of birds and amphibians, a ~2.5-mile boardwalk, and cool fresh air. It's a place where you get to take your busy schedule down a few notches and just enjoy Mama's Nature. Thanks for keeping this place clean and unspoiled.
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Jim Hickman
9 months ago
It was a cold cloudless day with a daytime high temperature of about 30 degrees. The fall leaves had mostly fallen and the wooden bridge-ways were covered in frost. The Refuge was active as the migration was well underway. I photographed Mallard, Widgeon, Snow and Canadian geese, an American Bittern and finally a Blue Heron. It is hard to imagine a better place to come and spend a morning or afternoon exploring all that the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge has to offer, especially in the light of the meager $3.00 price of admission!
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Jim Malven
a year ago
Kinda boring. I liked seeing all the waterfowl, but I don't think it was worth the long walk along the boardwalk. Nothing special.
Daniel Stubbs
3 years ago
GET THERE EARLY ON WEEKENDS! Parking lot is small to keep the paths from getting crowded so you need to get in before 10:00. There is a un-enforced 3 doller charge per family/car load. Still a very cheap way to spend a day.