AAA Editor Notes
Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge is at jct. CRs 26 and 29. The 43,000-acre refuge is a nesting ground for bald eagles, trumpeter swans, ducks, geese and grouse. Tamarac also is a sanctuary for 250 species of birds and 50 different mammals including gray wolves, black bear, porcupine and fisher. Facilities are available for hiking, canoeing, kayaking and cross-country skiing. The visitor center at the junction of CRs 26 and 29 contains exhibits and has a brochure outlining a 5-mile self-guiding driving tour that can be driven May through October (weather permitting). Hunting and fishing are permitted, although restrictions apply.
Picnicking is permitted. Time: Allow 1 hour minimum.