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Three Creeks Conservation Area is located in Boone County, halfway between Columbia and Ashland. The 1,500-acre area takes its name from the three creeks that run through it: Turkey Creek, Bass Creek and Bonne Femme Creek. The rugged forest features scenic bluffs, intermittent streams, geologic formations and old easter red cedar trees. The area features include an eight-mile multi-use trail open to biking, hiking and equestrian use, as well as a three-mile interpretive hiking trail.
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