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Hey Y’all Experiences Crossing Creeks Farm

Updated: Apr 14, 2023

Off Hwy 231 in Bedford County, you will find 125 acres known as Crossing Creeks Farm. As you enter the farm you are enveloped in the beautiful countryside, with creeks and beautiful pastures for the cattle, pigs, horses, and fowl. Their property is immaculately maintained as are their animals.

We were greeted at the drive by Shane who showed us where to hook up our Camper. Yes, they offer camping and we were lucky enough to have a site for the night. The view out the window was better than any RV park we've ever stayed at in our 30+ years of camping. The greeting committee was a group of geese who came up to inspect us. It was so very cool.

You don't have to have a camping unit to stay at their beautiful farm. They also have two Adirondack cabins tucked into the property with a setup that will exceed any expectations you may have. The outdoor facilities are set up for you to relax and enjoy your time at their farm. Including outdoor bathroom facilities with privacy. Covered area to relax in a hammock, and outdoor cooking equipment is also there for you to enjoy cooking their products.

Reid came over to tell us about their history and why they do this. They have a passion to provide the highest quality grass-fed beef possible. They are very knowledgeable about this and will gladly help you make the right decision about what you feed your family. Not only beef but chicken, pork, and Turkey. All of their animals are fed organic feeds and no corn or soy is ever fed to their animals. They maintain the utmost care when processing the animals. Their high standard is evident in the quality of the products they sell in their store.

The store is a nice place to shop, they are knowledgeable about the healthy options they sell and will gladly assist you to choose the best product for you and your family. They provide a place where you can sit down and learn about how they achieve such high quality with their products.

After watching some young people take riding lessons we took a walk on some of the trails they have on their property. Our two little dogs enjoyed all the smells and animals that are on the farm. Peanut Butter our Corgi attempted to chase a rabbit but thankfully I had a good hold on his leash.

We enjoyed a relaxing sunset followed by a campfire and smores. This was an experience we will not forget. For information visit their website at


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