Spread across almost 8862 acres, Creeks National Wildlife Refuge provides habitat for a large variety of aquatic plant life and migratory birds. For wildlife lovers, this place is truly a pleasant surprise as you will get to see some rare species of birds and animals who have found refuge here. Bring your kids to Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge so that they learn about the birds and gain information which books might not be able to provide. Hummingbirds, bald eagles, osprey and many other birds can be spotted. In addition to this, you can go for fishing, biking, and wildlife viewing here and admire the different colours of nature.
How to Reach Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge
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Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge Reviews & Ratings
Great place to fish. One of my favorite. Gets crowded early but people are very friendly. Great for families with kids who enjoy fishing together. No toilets or drinking water on this site.
Plenty of good fishing, catfish, sunfish, blue gill, gar and many more. Wouldn't recommend taking small children who don't listen too well as some spots have deep(ish) drop offs, but other than that it's a great area with lots of different fishing spots.
Beautiful area. I walked a 5 mile trail. It was so fun and I loved smelling, seeing and hearing nature. Take some shots of the lake when you're there. Leaving out a star because there was one stop at the beginning of the trail for a campfire. We wanted one halfway to fry up some sausages and potatoes. Unfortunately we didnt get to eat out there at all because the trail ended without another site.
Quiet and seculded. Good fishing. Nice boat ramp. Could use a good mowing and brush clearing. Use to you could fish from the bank
Awesome up close visit with some stunning animals! We loved our visit and will be back!