Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is 1 mi. e. of US 9 on Great Creek Rd. More than 320 species of waterfowl and other birds have been identified within this refuge's 47,000 acres of tidal marshes and forests. Two observation towers can be climbed; the best seasons for wildlife observation are spring and fall.
Visitors can view wetland and upland areas on an 8-mile drive. There also are four trail loops ranging from a quarter-mile to 5 miles in length.