Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge

Description

Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge: Sweeping Natural Terrain An outstanding early refuge (1937), Pea Island is National Register-eligible. Established for migrating birds, the refuge seasonally hosts 365 bird species. The Byway flows through the refuge’s 13 wild miles. Wings Over Water, “take a walk on the wild side,” is a major fall event. Visitor center open 9 a.m.-4 p.m. daily in summer, off-season Thursday-Sunday (closed 12/25). Refuge closed at dark. A permit for nighttime recreational surf fishing is available.

Address

708 N Hwy 64
Manteo, NC 27954

Lat/Long

35.76679490, -75.46567000
Visit Website
(252) 473-1131

Add a Photo

You must be logged in to add photos.
×

Vote for

You can only vote once for each town every 24 hours. You can vote again in

Vote for 2013 Best Small Town

Vote!

Are you a DMO or CVB?
Explore "Best Town Travels" – Rand McNally’s new map-based digital travel guides for your website plus an iPhone and Facebook app! Learn More

×

Thank you for Voting!

Promote , by sharing your vote or writing a review.

Share to Facebook Share to Twitter or Write a Review
×