Welcome to Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge, located in northeastern Montana in Sheridan and Roosevelt Counties. Managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge is one of over 560 refuges in the National Wildlife Refuge System – a network of lands set aside to
conserve wildlife and habitat for people today and for generations
to come. The 31,000 acre refuge is part of a unique plains ecosystem which
offers many different recreational opportunities. Visitors are encouraged to enjoy wildlife observation and photography, hiking, bicycling, hunting, and fishing. If an activity is not listed below, it is not allowed. Please observe
the regulations that have been established both to protect and conserve wildlife and their habitats, and to help you enjoy a safe visit.