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Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge

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Address: 643 Wildlife Rd, Dover, TN 37058-6136
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+1 931-232-7477

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We were traveling with four kids and completed the Junior Wildlife Refuge Manager Badges. The volunteer was awesome. She was so sweet with the kids. She told us that we were the... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2017
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Reviewed 4 April 2017 via mobile

We were traveling with four kids and completed the Junior Wildlife Refuge Manager Badges. The volunteer was awesome. She was so sweet with the kids. She told us that we were the first Junior Wildlife Refuge Manager participants to use their new backpack of goodies. (We used the same bag at Big Sandy Unit of the Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge,... More 

Thank BackseatReferee
Clarksville, Tennessee
2 reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 27 January 2016

Moved to the Clarksville, Tn area a few years back, and was looking for a spot to do some fishing. So when I heard about Cross Creeks I went down there to see how good the fishing really was. Well, there are lots of asian/silver carp, if that's what you are looking for...in fact there was a pile of 40... More 

Thank Tnfisherdan
Douglasville, Georgia
1 review
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
Reviewed 22 March 2014

One of my favorite places to go fishing is Cross Creek National Wildlife Refuge. Cross Creek is located in Dover, TN along the banks of the Cumberland River. In the spring I like to arrive there early in the morning. When the sun comes up across the refuge, it’s like being close to God. Everything is still; the water is... More 

1 Thank Wayne M
Hermitage, Tennessee, United States
2 reviews
Reviewed 26 July 2012

when u go fishing u have to walk so far to get to the river ever two weeks i take my dad down there to fish do u think we dont understand why yaw put concrete walls up if u can give a answer to that i might understand but it really dont make alot of sense

Thank Brad B
Hornbeak, Tennessee
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3 reviews
3 attraction reviews
Reviewed 2 May 2012

We had a great time here.We saw several differnt animals and my kids love the outdoors...

Thank Mary D
Knoxville, Tennessee
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 466 helpful votes
Reviewed 3 November 2008

I am beginning to believe that Dover TN is my favorite small town in Tennessee. It's an area rich in history, scandal, and natural beauty. Cross Creeks NWR is one of many wetland preserves/refuges in the area, primarily for migratory birds. Its not as "sexy" as Reelfoot Lake or Merritt Island, but it does an excellent job at educating the... More 

5 Thank jake_brake2007

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