TRAIL NEWS:
  • Trails are clear. There are some icy and muddy patches, please use caution when utilizing trails. Ski For Free is closed.

The Pike Are Coming

By Crossroads Learning Center | March 29, 2023 |

Snowstorm. No pike. Hike canceled. April Fool’s! Actually, people have been seeing pike in Big Creek, the 2:00 Pike Hike is “a go,” but the weather is no joke. April…

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Women in the Sky

By Crossroads Learning Center | March 23, 2023 |

Trail Conditions: Hiking trails open,  but we will have snow most of the day. Women in the Sky To commemorate Women’ History Month, our  Saturday Science family program this week…

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World Water Day

By Crossroads Learning Center | March 17, 2023 |

Happy World Water Day Hiking Trails open. Migrating ducks in The Cove 10:00 Crossroads Book Club Celebrate Water Videos screened throughout the afternoon. “Where Waters Meet” Crossroads’ educational theme this…

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FISH TALES

By Crossroads Learning Center | March 15, 2023 |

Trail Conditions:  Poor to Fair.Groomed  Monday. Some track are holding up, but many so wear and have bare spots. FISH TALES LECTURE:  Thursday at 7:00 In-person or available on Zoom…

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Backyard Invasives with Sam Koyen

Backyard Invasives

By Crossroads Learning Center | October 15, 2022 |

In October of 2022, Sam Koyen, presented on Backyard Invasives. Sam is the Coordinator for Door County Invasive Species Team. This one hour, recorded presentation covers an introduction to invasive…

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The Myth of Unspoiled Wilderness

By Crossroads Learning Center | September 30, 2022 |

Did “unspoiled wilderness” ever exist? Using experience in archaeology and the discoveries made at the Cove Estuary and Ida Bay Preserve, Dr. Robert Jeske, Professor emeritus of Anthropology at the…

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"At the doorstep to northern Door County sits a place so vast and varied that it defies description…This place is Crossroads at Big Creek"

Polly Fitz, Door County Living Philanthropy Issue 2022

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