The Farmhouse Visitor Center (907-459-7307) provides trail guides, bug spray and a list of recent sightings as well as nature and historic exhibits. The Alaska Bird Observatory is based out of Creamer's Field and conducts songbird research and provides environmental education.
A number of nature trails meander through the refuge. Boreal Forest Trail wanders through forest typical of Interior Alaska. Visitors can view wildlife from an observation tower and a self-guiding brochure is available at the Visitor Center. Seasonal Wetland Trail borders a wetland where water level and wildlife vary seasonally. Interpretive signs and observation platforms are located along the path. Farm Road Trail strolls past open fields and patches of woods. In winter, visitors can enjoy cross-country skiing, dog mushing and skijoring. A winter guide with a map of ski and mushing trails is available at the Visitor Center.
There are no entry fees at Creamer's Field.
Creamer's Field is at 1300 College Road, north of downtown Fairbanks and just east of Danby Street. For more information contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game office (907-459-7213; www.wildlife.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=refuge.creamers) located next door to the Farmhouse Visitors Center.