|Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge, was established September 30, 1969. It is a coastal refuge bisected by the Indian River Lagoon into two separate tracts of land totaling over 1000 acres. The 735 acre Jupiter Island tract provides some of the most productive sea turtle nesting habitat in the United States, and the 300 acre sand pine scrub mainland tract is valued because more than 90 percent of this community type has been lost to development in Florida. Sand pine scrub habitat is restricted only to Florida and an adjacent county in Alabama.
Buy Online or Pay Onsite
Now you can not only buy and print your pass online before you arrive at the Refuge, but you can pay onsite using your mobile phone and credit card. When at the Refuge, simply look for the sign that instructs you how to pay with your phone.
|Get your annual or daily passes to the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge which covers your entrance fee to the refuge for recreation, bird watching, hiking and other activities.|