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Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, Nampa
(4.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge is located in Nampa. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge and many more Nampa attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Nampa vacation builder.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A great place to bring your camera, or fish or just take a nice walk around the area and see the water and wildlife especially waterfowl. We enjoyed seeing the great scenic views around the area, ther...  more »
  • We visited Deer Flat during July 2016, and were disappointed by the lack of any wildlife. We saw only a couple of blackbirds, and nothing else. Also there were many bees which kept landing on us, whic...  more »
  • This is part of my Lake Lowell Lighting series. This was photographed on the North shore of Lake Lowell in Nampa Idaho. A bit more light shinning through the trees and a wide angle shows a better pers...  more »
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  • It took my breath away and rejuvenated my soul/spirit. A pleasant surprise. First time visit was The best day that i could recall ever having. Highly recommended as a must-see!
  • Perfect for a quick boat outing after work until the water is to low to launch, or the feds eventually make it a preserve. One day the whole are will be a wildlife preserve, this is a man made lake for irrigation, not a naturally occurring body of water. Every year we keep losing more area to water sport and fishing.
  • The staff was very friendly and helpful in guiding us to the trail system, which we'll be trying come spring.
  • The Visitors Center is a great place for children and adults both to learn about there surrounding wildlife. Take a Sunday afternoon stroll on one of many great scenic trails. Stay on all marked trails and obey sign posting for the nesting Eagles and Osprey. Louis Ruth Photography
  • Really fun for an afternoon hike. Wish the visitor center was open though.