Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge
6,220-acre refuge on the Mississippi River with nature trails and 5-mile driving tour. View a variety of animal and plant life. Popular area for bird migration. Bike, fish, X-C ski and snowshoe.
Hours of Operation
Visitors center open Mon-Fri 7:30am-4pm, refuge open year-round daylight hours.
From Centerville, take Hwys 54/35 west 3.5 miles to W Prairie Rd, to Refuge Rd.
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