Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges are near Tulelake; the visitor center is 5 mi. w. on East West Rd., then .5 mi. s. on Hill Rd. The refuges, which include the Lower Klamath and Tule Lake refuges, offer some 30 miles of auto tour routes for wildlife observation. An estimated 60 to 70 percent of Pacific Flyway waterfowl stop here in the fall, with peak migration from late October to mid-November. As many as 500 bald eagles can be seen during January and February, many from vantage points along the tour routes.
A self-guiding canoe trail at Tule Lake Refuge is open July through September.