|September 5, 2013
Roadwork to start at Bison Range
MOIESE — In preparation for chip sealing its paved roads next June, the National Bison Range is planning to do some preliminary road repairs the week of September 16. The Visitor Center and Red Sleep Mountain Drive will remain open throughout but visitors will need to follow the detour signs. The Day Use Area may also have restrictions during this time.
NBR will repair cracks, fill in swales, and fix holes to make the road smoother. They will also install speed bumps in the Day Use Area to encourage visitors to follow the 15 m.p.h. speed limit that is in effect through that area, due to the high use by families and children.
You can learn the details about detours and closures as they are confirmed by visiting the Bison Range website at: www.fws.gov/refuge/national_bison_range.