Healthy and safe walking possible at Crossroads during deer hunting

By Terry Kovarik


Strolling the trails at the Crossroads at Big Creek was relaxing and a little more secure this week as deer hunters took to the woods. People who wanted to get outside and enjoy nature safely took part in Crossroads “Health Hikes”. Sara and John Wagner of Clay Banks say they like to get out and walk daily close to home. They say the Crossroads health hikes offered a beautiful place to walk with some peace of mind.



Crossroads at Big Creek offers seven miles of trails that are open to the public year round.

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