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Bordering the park, the French Broad River holds over 50 species of fish including crappie, bluegill, sauger and several varieties of bass. A small boat launch is available.
Over eight miles of scenic mowed trails wind around the refuge, up the ridges and down to the waterfront. The trails highlight the parks diverse habitats and are ideal for wildlife observation.
From the novice to the professional, birders and researchers find Seven Islands an ideal location for avian observation. The park is located along the migratory path of many bird species and during the breeding season birds can be found nesting at the refuge. Popular sightings include Purple Martins and Tree Swallows.