Nine public National Wildlife Refuges are located in Arkansas, providing all outdoor enthusiasts a wide domain of recreational opportunities. The tenth (Logan Cave National Wildlife Refuge in northwestern Arkansas) is closed to public access. All others offer an abundance of natural resources for fishing, hunting, photography and wildlife observation. Some refuges also include exhibits, educational and interpretive programs. Three refuges (Felsenthal, Pond Creek and White River) allow primitive camping; brief descriptions are provided below. For the remainder of refuges, only driving directions are listed due to limited space available. Contact the refuge headquarters or visit any of the respective Websites for more information.