There are three staffed field stations in the refuge: the Sand Creek Wildlife Station, the Jordan Wildlife Station, and the Fort Peck Wildlife Station. Although they have no public facilities, they are conveniently scattered around the park, and are sources for maps, road conditions, and points of interest. If they're in, the rangers will help you with directions or problems.
U.S. 91, Hwy. 200, and Hwy. 24, Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge, Montana, 59457, United States