Go to the fire house parking lot.... gate to the right. Meadows, woods, salt marshes - this refuges has it all. But be careful at times of moon tides - sometimes the trails get flooded. But wet boots are a small price to pay for the peace and solitude of this property.
Beautiful walking trail in secluded spot. Hard to locate but parking lot located next to fire station. Rustic swim if your up to it. Take bug spray.
This refuge is compact and easy to explore. The combination of trails wander through meadows with wild flowers, cool and shaded forests and coastal marsh make it very interesting. My favorite part was the marshland with views of a river / waterway with shorebirds overhead and a few fishermen dropping lines. There is a little wooden bridge to stop on and look at fish and fairly large crabs crawling around.I would suggest visiting in the "dry" season. It is apparent the water comes up onto the trails and gets muddy (or wear boots). The trails are easy to walk with no real inclines. The trails can be walked in about an hour depending on your speed and curiosity.Warning: Poison Ivy and ticks present.