Containing over 50,000 acres of water, forests, farmland and grasslands, this refuge is located on and around Kentucky lake in NW Tennessee. The refuge’s 3 units, Big Sandy, Duck River, and Busseltown, stretch for 65 miles along the Tennessee River. A new state of the art visitor center with interactive exhibits was built in 2014. The visitor center is open Monday – Saturday from 8:00-4:00 pm. The refuge offers many recreational opportunities including hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, wildlife viewing and photography. Public use areas are open during daylight hours.