Tear Sheet of Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) in North Carolina. Published by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS).
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Welcome to Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge Legend Ross Pond Road Observation Parking Lot Refuge Headquarters & Check Station Restrooms Friends Building Wetlands Boardwalk Brown Creek Trail Tall Pines Nature Trail County Road Refuge Road State or US Highway Rivers and Streams Waterbodies Natural Gas Pipelines Open Fields Flooded Waterfowl Impoundments Areas closed to All Access 11/25-3/14 Areas Closed to Hunting Pee Dee Wildlife Refuge Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge is one of more than 565 National Wildlife Refuges in the United Brown Creek States. Situated adjacent to the Pee Dee River, the Refuge includes 8,500 acres in Anson and Richmond counties of North Carolina. The U.S. Brown Creek Brown Creek GTR Road Fish and Wildlife Service administers the Refuge Green Tree Reservoir (Flooded Seasonally) and is responsible for conserving, protecting and enhancing the nation’s fish, wildlife and plants Wildlife Drive Sullivan Pond and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the Sullivan Impoundment Wildlife Drive GTR Road American people. Conservation and Recreation In 1963, Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge was established for the purpose of providing a sanctuary for migratory waterfowl. Protecting wildlife and managing their habitats is our number one goal at Pee Dee Refuge. However, providing recreational opportunities is a priority as well. For this reason, we provide opportunities for hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, environmental education and interpretation. We want you to visit and enjoy your National Wildlife Refuge. This Map This map serves as a tool to help you navigate the refuge. It delineates roads, trails, landmarks and boundaries. Although this map is to scale and quite accurate, remember that while visiting you are responsible for adhering to all regulations and posted signs. Public Use and Hunting Regulations The refuge is open daily, but is closed at night. The refuge is closed from one hour after sunset until one hour before sunrise. The Refuge Public Use Regulations and Hunting Permit brochure is published annually, and is available for free at the refuge office and several kiosks. It includes a map and regulations regarding access, hunting dates, bag limits and closed areas. Small game and archery hunters must sign and possess this permit while in the field. Hunters must also have a valid state hunting license. Turkey and firearms deer hunting requires a drawn quota hunt permit. Contact the refuge office for quota hunt applications. Wildlife Drive Hurricane Creek Tall Pines Road Fishing Regulations The Refuge Fishing Permit is also free. It includes fishing regulations and dates for refuge waters. Anglers must possess a signed Fishing Permit and a valid state fishing license while fishing on the refuge. Contact Information If you need additional information, please visit our website or contact the refuge office at 704/694 4424. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge 5770 U.S. Highway 52 N Wadesboro, NC 28170 704/694 4424 https://www.fws.gov/refuge/pee_dee/ GTR Road Dennis Road - 1649 Trench Road Dennis Road - 1649 Little Duncan Road - 1648 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Dunlap Road-1632 Pressley Creek Pee Dee River Ansonville Leaks Ferry Road Pressley Creek Canal Branch Goose Pond Road 1635 52 Gaddy’s Goose Pond (closed to public) Palmetto Branch Kurstin Road-1633 Pinkston River Road-1627 Stutts Redfield Road River Road Griffin Road Beaver Lodge Lane Beaver Pond Road Gaddy Bridge V Ditch Road Ross Pond Sullivan Impoundment Sullivan Pond Wildlife Tall Drive Pines Road Trench Road Griffin Road Cemetery Road Andrews Pond Road Big Oak Road Ross Pond Road 109 Grassy Island Road-1634 Flat Fork Creek General Smith Road-1651 Little Pond Dennis Road-1649 Pinkston River Road-1627 Dennis Road 1650 Flat Fork Creek Pleasant Grove Church Road-1649 Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge Dennis Road-1650 Hurricane Creek Duncan Road-1648 Brown Creek Pinkston River Road-1627 Green Tree Reservoir (Flooded Seasonally) GTR Road Matthew Street Observation Parking Lot Refuge Headquarters & Check Station Restrooms Friends Building Canoe Launch Bridge Main Gate Seasonally Closed Gate Wetlands Boardwalk Nature Trails County Road Refuge Road State or US Highway Rivers and Streams Waterbodies Natural Gas Pipelines Open Fields Flooded Waterfowl Impoundments Areas Closed to All Access 11/25-3/14 Areas Closed to Hunting Areas Closed to Hunting 11/25-3/14 Pee Dee Wildlife Refuge Big Oak Road Brown Creek Wildlife Drive 52 Dennis Road-1649 Arrowhead Lake Pee Dee River Anson County Anson Access Road Arrowhead Road Clark Road Redhouse Road Richmond County Thoroughfare Creek Rodgers Road Grassy Island Road-1634 Pinkston River Road-1627 Palmetto Branch Goulds Fork Ridge Road Andrews Pond Ross Road Brown Creek Andrews Pond Road Griffin Road McBride Road 1635 109 Jack Currie Road Gaddy Road Grassy Island Road-1634 Legend Grassy Island Road Dusty Road Beaver Ponds Jack Currie Road Grassy Island Road 109