Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Red Rock Lakes Nat'l Wildlife Refuge is a large and rarely visited wildlife refuge that requires no entrance fee, but provides hours of enjoyment and solitude. Wildlife, esp. birds, majestic mountain & lake scenery, and wildflowers provide infinite photographic opportunities there.

Visit the refuge web page.
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RedRock RV Park is a great base camp for visiting Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. It is 10 miles west of our park. The endangered Trumpeter Swan has regained it's numbers in this quiet wilderness. Many other waterfowl inhabit the many lakes and streams.

See a Photo Album for the refuge by our resident photographer, James Perdue

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1. Mountain Scenery

2. Wildlife Viewing

3. Birding

4. Lakes

5. Rivers and Fishing

6. Kayaking and Canoeing

7. Wildflowers

8. Camping & Hiking

9. Bicycling

PLEASE DO NOT FEED THE ANIMALS. DO NOT APPROACH WILDLIFE.

Shhh.. it's quiet out here!