Red River National Wildlife Refuge


Length: Ten easy trails for 7.2 total miles

Type: Packed Dirt | Gravel Raod

Difficulty: Easy

Usages: Walking | Biking

Location: 150 Eagle Bend Point, Bossier City, LA 71112

Map: Trails Map


Agency: U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Contact: website | 318-742-1219 |


Animals: Must be on leash

Water: Water Fountain

Bathroom: Restrooms

Entrance Fee: None

Camping: None

Special Notes:

Red River National Wildlife Refuge

There are ten trails that make up 7.2 miles of scenic beauty for hiking or biking in the Red River National Wildlife Refuge. The trails are located on the Headquarters unit, just outside Shreveport, and features views of the Red River and shoreline access to Lake Caroline. Visitors can continue up the Red River on the Arthur Ray Teague Running Trail for even more views of the beautiful river.

Purchased in 2002, the Refuge is comprised of a Headquarters Unit and four focus units, and it will consist of approximately 50,000 acres of Federal lands along the Red River.  This refuge is an important habitat for waterfowl, wading birds, and other animals.