On the southwest of Columbia, Missouri was the amazing and sprawling conservation area is a great place to get away and spot some wildlife. Eagle Bluffs encompasses over 4,000 acres, that provide vital wetlands along the Missouri River and Perche Creek. While each season is wondrous to visit, the fall foliage at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area is naturally sensational.
The longest developed rail-trail in the country, Katy Trail State Park, passes through the portions of the Eagles Bluffs Conservation Area, provides a thoroughfare for visitors and tourists to explore the park. The Conservation Area is also known for animals like squirrels, deer, and rabbit hunters during coinciding seasons.