Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge
This refuge during lake spring and early summer is absolutely beautiful with all the wildflowers, waterfowl (ducks
and swan, canadian geese), elk, deer, etc. Great place to get out into nature. This is a protected area so there is only the sound of nature. Visit http://www.fws.gov/turnbull to learn more. THERE IS NO BOATING/KAYAKING ACCESS TO LAKES WITHIN THIS PARK. This area is enjoyed via the many trails and by car along the road! Lakes within their boundaries are Campbell, Lasher, Long, Reeves, Kepple, Blackhorse, Findley, Stubble Field, and 30 Acre Lakes. Also includes Beaver ponds. Most of these lakes are very weedy and not that great for boating anyway.
ACCESSIBILITY: Please visit the refuge's website at http://www.fws.gov/turnbull for accessibility info related to trails, etc. PARKING... Gravel and paved parking. Some parking lots have designated accessible parking spaces; PATHS/TRAILS... Several accessible paved trails, fully wheelchair accessible. Some wide dirt trails are accessible via wheelchairs and other mobility devices with offroad tires, etc., and/or via assistance; RESTROOMS/FACILITIES… All restrooms in the refuge are fully accessible. Accessible picnic areas as well; SENSORY... No sensory tactile markers for those with visual and other impairments. Hopefully such
features will be added in the future. DOCKS/LAUNCHES/PLATFORMS… None. No water access allowed; DIRECT WATER ACCESS… No access for wheeled mobility devices due to no water access allowed; TRANSFER SYSTEMS... No water access allowed thus no Transfer Systems are needed; CAMPING... No; O.T.H.E.R… Oddities/Barriers: Nothing unusual; Terrain: Level to about 3% grades; H2O/Water: Clear water in spring and by late summer gets stagnant and murky; Environmental Conditions: High winds and hot temperatures in the summer; Resources: Food, drinks, and gas in city of Cheney.
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