About Seney National Wildlife Refuge

Seney National Wildlife Refuge is located in the east-central portion of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, halfway between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. The 95,238-acre refuge encompasses the 25,150-acre Seney Wilderness Area, which contains the Strangmoor Bog National Natural Landmark. The refuge offers 10 miles of auto drives, 11 miles of hiking trails, and 60 miles of biking trails.

Visitors can observe and photograph wildlife, birdwatch, fish, hunt, and paddle the Manistique River.

For more information visit fws.gov/refuge/seney.

Friends of Seney National Wildlife Refuge