Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge
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    Sunrise to sunset, 365 days per year. Call ahead for Visitor Center hours.

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    4 years to Adult

Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge

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Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge has a Visitor Center that will allow your children to learn about the Refuge and the wildlife that lives there. This Refuge was established and is managed for migratory birds. Levees surround three impoundment ponds that are chockful of migratory birds in the winter season and all sorts of waterfowl can be found year-round.

Other wildlife that can be spotted on the Refuge include alligators, deer, black bear, raccoons and more. Fishing spots abound in the ponds and boats, canoes and kayaks can travel the water system throughout the Refuge.

Special interpretative presentations and events, bird walks, etc. are held throughout the year and listed on the Refuge's Facebook page.

The Refuge is bordered on the west by the St. Johns River and on the north by DeLeon Springs and the Springs run. Two entrances are found to the Refuge. One is at the end of Mud Lake Road and the second is off S.R. 44. See the website for maps and directions.

  • Where
    2045 Mud Lake Road DeLeon Springs, FL 32130
  • Contact Information Eileen Tramontana 386-985-4673 Website
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