The Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge is a National Wildlife Refuge that offers wildlife observation trails, fishing and hunting opportunities, and various programs and events to the public. There are views of Cat Point Creek and the wetlands of the Rappahannock River tidal area. Expect to see Bald Eagles, River Otter, Muskrat, Canada Geese and Mallard Ducks, among the many different types of wildlife that call the Refuge home. As the only system of Federal lands devoted specifically to wildlife, the National Wildlife Refuge System is a network of diverse and strategically located habitats across the United States. Please visit the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge’s website to learn more about visiting and the rules and regulations specific to this Refuge.