The Annual Go Wild Event sponsored by the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge has a grand celebration planned for all who want to come out for some free hot dogs, cake, cookies and lemonade on May 5. Admission is also free and there will be plenty to do for all who come.
The Wildlife Refuge is located on Rt. 17 N approximately 2 miles North of Tappahannock. The 500 plus acre track of land offers a family area for picnics, multiple hiking trails, has a fishing pier and a canoe kayak launch.
Tours will also be available. There’s a Wildlife Habitat Tour, Art/Photography Tour, Native Plant Tour and a History Tour.
For the full article, pick up the latest Northern Neck News 4/10/19
Shannon Carlin, Deputy Refuge Manager Bill Crouch and Wildlife
Biologist Lauren Cruz of the Rappahannock River Valley
National Wildlife Refuge in Tappahannock.