Posted by Lou on October 11, 2011 in Boating News, Environmental News, Potomac River, Wildlife Refuge
The Featherstone National Wildlife Refuge is a strip of 325 acres of pristine riverfront property wedged between Route 1 and the Potomac River.
In 1970, the refuge was made off-limits to the general public. As of today, access is no longer limited. At this point, only boaters can access the refuge via the trail at the southernmost point of Farm Creek, which leads out to Occoquan Bay.
If you’re a fan of hiking and boating, you’re in luck!