Discover this 1,117 ruggedly beautiful coastal environment where deer, raptors, and shorebirds play. Explore sand dunes and small coastal forests, salt marsh and tidal ponds, on 16 miles of trails and sand roads. What makes Coskata-Coatue a special place? Comprising a pair of long, fingery peninsulas, Coskata Coatue Wildlife Refuge is both a popular vacation destination and a fragile, wild and semi-remote coastscape. Most easily accessible by boat or oversand vehicle, the refuge also draws trampers and naturalists eager to observe shorebirds, raptors, and Great Point Light.Century House also Wins Best of New England 2012. by Yankee Magazine.