Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge
Southeast Region

Map of the Southeast Region

Hunting and Fishing at the Refuge

Photo of refuge. Credit: USFWS

Photo of refuge. Credit: USFWS

View/Print 2015-2016 hunt brochure

Online applications are the quickest and easiest way to apply and provide you with a confirmation number for your records once your application is complete. If at all possible, complete an online application.


Apply for the 2015 Cross Creeks Quota Hunts


Alternatively, you can download a paper application and return in the mail:

Cross Creeks NWR
C/O Kinsail Corporation
P.O. Box 1092
McLean, VA 22101


Cross Creeks is open to hunting during specific refuge seasons for the following species: squirrel, white-tailed deer, wild turkey, and resident Canada goose. Hunters may only take coyote and beaver incidental to a scheduled refuge hunt for the species listed in our brochure with any weapon legal for that hunt.

No taking of turtles, crawfish or bullfrogs on refuge.

Hunting is permitted on various portions of Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge with the exception of those areas marked “Closed” on the map or by “Closed Area” signs on refuge lands or waters. Applicable Federal and State law and regulations apply. Mobility impaired hunters can contact the refuge office for accessible areas.

Last updated: June 11, 2015