The Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge is the main gateway to False Cape State Park. Visitors who plan to hike or bicycle from the parking areas near the Little Island Life Saving Station may access the trail near the Refuge Office. The trail is a wide, three mile gravel road, that passes through a controlled wetlands and into the state park. The route along the top of the dike system changes seasonally so watch for directional information. The trail leads to the Visitor Center and access to the park’s network of trails. This is a good area for spotting songbirds, migratory waterfowl and freshwater turtles.
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