The Audio Auto Tour Route takes you on an exciting journey through historic and prized portions of the refuge. Along the way you will visit the old town of Hagerman, wildlife food plots, managed wetlands, prairies, and scenic Lake Texoma. The tour also provides opportunities to hike on two maintained trails (Harris Creek and Crow Hill), and visit the Big Mineral Day Use Area. At each stop our virtual interpreter will tell you about the history of Hagerman, wildlife, habitats, refuge management activities, and the work of many volunteers that help keep this refuge in tip top shape.
Stream the audio interpretive files here. Feel free to take the auto tour anytime between sunrise and sunset, daily. CD's and MP3 players will be available at the Visitor Center as an alternative when it opens.
Click here for a map of the tour. Instructions for access to the audio file from your phone, are available on the second page of the map.
The refuge is open from sunrise to sunset every day of the year, drive on any road unless gated.
Admission to the refuge, parking and most events/activities are free of charge.
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Special thanks to Nancy Miller for the amazing photo of the Visitor Center