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Several interpretative services are offered included a guided hike on the Forest Loop Trail.
Experienced kayakers and wilderness campers can also explore the area by sea kayak.
Many tour companies plan a stop near the island, to allow passengers to view the sealions and colonies of nesting birds
Concentrated tidal exchange and fast waters current make this area less suitable for sea kayaking.
Sebree Island is popular spot for drop-off sea kayaking and overnight camping.
Watch for Western Sandpiper, Black-bellied Plover, Whimbrels Dunlin, and Short-billed/Long-billed Dowitcher.
Get an early start and plan for a full day and an approximate 12 mile round-trip hike.
The trail travels through younger successional habitat types open meadows and beaches.