Porter Point Loop - 2.4 mile loop
This newest Refuge trail of moderate difficulty begins in a serene cedar swamp before climbing to and then descending from the ridgetop above Porter Point. Much of the trail is through regenerating forest on former logging roads. View large flocks of shorebirds and waterfowl in spring and fall along the bay side of the trail.
Parker Slough Trail - 1.5 mile one way
This moderately difficult trail connects the Porter Point Loop to the South Bay trail and winds through a marsh restoration and cedar and spruce forest with excellent views of the slough and Willapa Bay. The west portion of trail is closed Oct. 1 – Feb. 10.
Tarlatt Slough Trail- 0.7 mile one way
An information panel greets you at the trailhead to this scenic trail that goes through seasonal wetlands, open fields, and regenerating coastal forest. It is a good place to look for birds of prey, deer, geese and in summer an abundance of tree and violet-green swallows. A viewing blind provides cover for photographers and birders.
South Bay Trail- 0.6 mile one way
Walk past a small grassland, through a coastal forest and experience unparalleled views of Willapa Bay at a scenic overlook at the end of this easy trail. During spring and fall this trail is an excellent place to see large flocks of ducks, shorebirds, and bald eagles. Lucky visitors may spot river otters, elk, and black bear.