Muscatatuck National Wildlife RefugeOpen 1 hr before sunrise, 1hr after sunset, year round Visitor Center Hours: Open 7 days a week, most mornings, every afternoon Bring your camera, your sketchbook, or your paints to capture the flora and fauna of the 7,800 acre wildlife refuge. ‘Muscatatuck,’ a Native American word meaning “land of winding waters,” was established to provide resting and feeding areas for migratory birds. The Refuge is home to a family of nesting bald eagles and almost 300 species of birds. Myers’ cabin and barn, built around 1900, has been restored to give visitors a glimpse of early life. A Visitor’s Center, hiking trails, and auto tours provide wildlife observation opportunities.
12985 E US Hwy 50
Seymour IN 47274