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Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

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October 24, 2019
Incredible National Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful place to bird watch, sightsee and catch the local wildlife in action. Trails offer a wonderful setting to tour along the river taking in the natural beauty found in the Pacific Northwest
December 25, 2018
Great sight seeing near the property for some beautiful birds and you may see some bald eagles.
December 29, 2019
Go explore and watch the wildlife
November 26, 2019
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge has been around for about 50 years, and is known as a winter habitat for Canadian geese. It’s also home to lots of other wildlife, with 5,300 acres giving every species plenty of room to roam and run. The topography is varied, featuring wetlands, grasslands…
June 12, 2019
Great auto-tour or hiking. See a variety of local flora and fauna

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State / Provincial Park
“At Moulton Falls Regional Park, you’ll enjoy 387 acres of natural history, where two waterfalls flow and you can see it all from a three-story arch bridge. The heavily forested area includes volcanic formations, Indian meeting grounds and another bridge (though this one is a swinging bridge, so may not be for the feint of heart). There are several trails you can choose to take through the area, and you can also swim in the river. Keep in mind, though, that there aren’t any lifeguards around and it’s not necessarily a safe spot for amateur swimmers.”
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Point of Interest
“The Pomeroy Farm is a local winery and wedding venue that has a lot of history and also offers a scenic spot to relax near the Lewis river”
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“Local fishhouse with good food, drinks, and atmosphere. Cozy patio for summer dining, and room for the kids to play and run away from the patrons. Pets allowed outside. ”
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State / Provincial Park
“Known as a crater lake, Battle Ground Lake is a popular swimming and fishing spot in the area. Rainbow Trout are stocked here, where the lake reaches depths of 60 feet. There are also more recently stocked grass carp. If fishing’s not your thing, you’ll find a small swimming beach and a dock that’s perfect for lazing around. The trout fishing is best if you’re visiting from the months of November to April, but you can also find various other kinds of fish throughout the year, including black crappie, bluegill, brown bullhead, coastal cutthroat, largemouth bass, sculpin and white sturgeon.”
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“This is a giant park that has the lewis river running through it, it has parks for kids and tennis courts. Just about 7 miles south from the Airbnb ”
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1071 South Hillhurst Road
Ridgefield, WA 98642
Telefonnummer+1 360-887-4106
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