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Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, Rio Hondo

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Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge is located in Rio Hondo. Use our Rio Hondo vacation route planner to arrange your visit to Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge and other attractions in Rio Hondo.
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TripAdvisor
  • 4 dollars tram ride. Several stops to see the wildlife. Half way through potty break. It was over 90 degrees when we were there. Nice breeze. Overall knowledgeable staff.  more »
  • The National Wildlife Refuge offers a number of tours to see birds or plants or wildlife. To take a tour, you need to call ahead and book a tour. Space is limited and only offered on Thursday through ...  more »
  • Really wanted to take the bird tour but failed to make reservations so don't miss out. Took the interpretive habitat tour instead. The open tram loops around bayside drive, 14 miles. Weather was perfe...  more »
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  • Went there on a field trip. It was amazing. MANY species to look at and appreciate. Good company makes the trip better. Thank you for hosting us. Your faculty members were ver helpful in everything.
  • Hidden secret for SPI visitors. Take a day to go out and explore there. Staff is very friendly and informative. Great place for birders and to catch a glimpse at a wild cat.
  • Well kept trails/roads/restrooms. Staff is knowledgeable and nice. Kayak and night tours are the bee's knees!
  • Viva the Ocelot! is part of an education and outreach effort by the Friends of Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge, a non-profit organization based in deep South Texas
  • fun day, but pretty much self service. prior reviews about rough roads and 4WD being mandatory are confirmed.