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			Crosby Farm Park

Crosby Farm Park

Crosby Farm Park

Crosby Farm Park’s 6.7 miles of trails, fishing areas, and scenic picnic areas are perfect for a day trip. Bikers, hikers, and runners alike — or those who’d simply like to take a stroll — can enjoy the network of paved trails. Named for an English immigrant, Thomas Crosby, who staked out 160 acres in what is now the junction of Shepard Road and 35E over 150 years ago. Nowadays, visitors can enjoy a fantastic array of pan fish and game fish at the site including walleye, sauger, northern pike and muskies in both Crosby Lake and Upper Lake.



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