Seney National Wildlife Refuge
Created by nature but managed for the nature lover, the 95,000-acre Refuge welcomes hikers and bikers, canoers and kayakers, skiers and snowshoers, photographers and artists. You might not meet many people, but you’ll make the acquaintance of graceful trumpeter swans, majestic bald eagles, shy beavers and other inhabitants. Seney is the perfect addition to the Paradise traveler’s trip itinerary, and with the almost countless acres available for recreation and wildlife viewing, it only makes sense to stop by for a visit.
How to Get There: From Paradise, head northwest on M-123S and drive for 40.6 miles, turn right onto M-28W and drive for 22.9 miles, turn left onto M-77S and drive for 4.8 miles, turn right and enter the Refuge at the Refuge Center sign. Totals 1 hour and 23 minutes. View driving directions here