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Alice Wetlands and Waterfowl Trail

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Description

The Alice Waterfowl and Wetlands Trail is a 1ΒΌ mile long accessible trail complete with two parking lots. It's located on the Alice Waterfowl Production Area. The primary purpose of this trail is to provide physically challenged users the opportunity to hunt waterfowl. The trail contains three accessible blinds to be used for hunting waterfowl or observing wildlife. This trail would not have been possible without the hard work, dedication, and financial assistance of the Cass County Wildlife Club.

Length 1.25 miles
Grade average .02%, maximum .02%
Surface primary crushed rock, compacted
Amenities parking, interpretive signs

Directions

From the town of Alice, North Dakota, travel 1 mile north to the intersection of County Highway 38 and County Highway 6. At the intersection, turn east on County Highway 6 and travel 2 miles. Travel north on the county gravel road approximately 100 feet and the entrance to the trail will be on the east side of the road.

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Contact Information

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
11515 River Road, Valley City, ND 58072
Ph.701.845.3466