3 Creeks Crossing is a recreational property offering countless activities for the nature lover and avid outdoors enthusiast. The property offers one-of-a-kind historic property full of natural beauty and rare ecosystems.
The property has impressive natural land features. Rolling uplands, creek bottoms, seepage slopes, dramatic ravines, and improved pasture provide a habitat for diverse wildlife. Having not been hunted since 2004, there is a rare abundance of game animals including white-tailed deer, Osceola wild turkeys, and many species of small game. Non-game species abound including black bear, gopher tortoise, southeastern kestrel, and Sherman fox squirrel.
Three streams converge and flow through 3 Creeks Crossing - Ates Creek, Greens Creek, and the South Prong of Black Creek. Flowing year round, they feature white sandy banks, rocky riffles, and have an abundance of tasty sunfish known locally as “red bellies”.