Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge is 7 mi. w. on US 80, then 11 mi. s.w. to 2312 Quebec Rd. Fishing, hunting, hiking and wildlife observation can be enjoyed at the site, which preserves 76,000 acres of bottomland hardwood forests and oxbow lakes. Visitors can learn more about the area's diverse plant and animal species on the 4.5-mile self-guiding Wildlife Drive and through ranger-led educational programs. Also available are various marked paddling trails on the Tensas River.
The visitor center presents an orientation film about the refuge and offers exhibits and brochures. The Hollow Cypress Boardwalk leads from the visitor center to an observation tower.
Pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.). Recreational activities are permitted. Picnicking is permitted.