Columbia, Missouri

Three Creeks Conservation Area


category : Conservation Areas
There are 1,277 acres with hiking, biking and horse trails. Scenic streams and bluffs along three creeks. Primitive camping permitted. Home to rare and endangered Topeka Shiner and Cherrystone Snail. No facilities.

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Admission: Free
Hours: Year-round, except during firearm deer season
Address: Deer Creek Rd. off US Hwy 63
Phone: 573-884-6861

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