Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Savannah Coastal Refuges Complex
694 Beech Hill Lane, Hardeeville, SC
Distance from hotel: 22.8 mi
Phone: (843) 784-2468
If you enjoy animals, wildlife, and nature, there are few better places to pay a visit to than the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge in Savannah, GA. You can find the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge by traveling roughly five miles north of Eulonia.
You'll find no shortage of things to do at the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge. There are trails for hiking and biking, an automobile tour route, ample chances to observe and to take wonderful photographs of wildlife, and hunting and fishing opportunities. The refuge is open during daylight hours, seven days a week, and there is no entry cost of any kind.
Many people greatly enjoy their visits to the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge, due to both its history and the wonderful plants and animals which can be found there. Those interested in anything from hunting and fishing to hiking and birdwatching have made the refuge one of their favorite destinations, where they can take in all the beauty nature has to offer then in the fun, safe, well-designed, and child-friendly atmosphere that Harris Neck has built.