Creamer’s Field

Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge has year-round birding and wildlife viewing. It was originally a dairy farm founded in the early 1900s. A three-mile-long network of nature trails crosses the 2,000-acre refuge, passing through boreal forest, seasonal wetlands and open fields. Observation platforms and an elevated viewing tower are great places to stop and scan for wildlife. Self-guided tour booklets and interpretive signs offer viewing tips, natural history facts and describe features on the refuge. At the Farmhouse Visitor Center learn more about the refuge and its programs. 1300 College Road. 907-459-7307

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