Poosey Conservation Area

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  • Address: Chillicothe, MO 64601, USA, Pattonsburg, United States
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  • Tags: Family And Kids, Conservation Centre

If you want to enjoy an outing with dear ones at a peaceful natural location, then a trip to the Poosey Conservation Area will be perfect for you. The natural backdrop of this place is enriched with a lot of features that look outstanding together. The rocky area of the place if full of lush greenery which contains trees like oak, rolling grass and hickory. The hardwood forest location of this place is a shelter to animals like Deer, foxes, raccoons, turkey, coyotes, squirrel, rabbits and quail. In the Poosey Conservation Area, you can also enjoy many recreational activities like Camping, Hiking, Bicycling, Horseback Riding, Hunting and Fishing. The place also offers picnic spots with multiple picnic tables. 

How to Reach Poosey Conservation Area

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  • Poosey Conservation Area Address: Chillicothe, MO 64601, USA, Pattonsburg, United States
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  • 95% of people who visit Pattonsburg include Poosey Conservation Area in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Poosey Conservation Area visit around 12 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Poosey Conservation Area

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Poosey Conservation Area

People normally club together Cameron Parks Department and Edinburg Baptist Church while planning their visit to Poosey Conservation Area.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Poosey Conservation Area Reviews & Ratings

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  • We went to Indian Creek Lake for the sole purpose of kayaking. There were a few other people there fishing. Otherwise completely peaceful and serene. If you’re looking to enjoy some solitude and scenic beauty this is a great place! Lots of trees through which to navigate. I was deeply disappointed that the women’s bathroom was not in usable condition. It didn’t appear that it had been serviced for quite some time (mounds of paper and trash on the floor) - filthy and the insects flying around the toilet made it a big “no” for using. I knew to expect primitive facilities so that wasn’t the issue here. The only negative to our day.

  • Conservation area. Lots of ponds to fish. Free camping allowed in certain areas and even have an equestrian camp area. Trails to ride your horses. Very nice area.

  • Awesome place to horseback ride on trails that are very well taken care of. Direction. To get there are a bit hard if you're directionally challenged.

  • It was alright.

  • Directions to get to lake are pretty good. Parking area for horse trailers and horses are very small. I would not recommend large horse trailers coming since parking is pretty tight. Have to park on the side of a very small round about road. Trailer almost got stuck. Once on trail the trails are very nice. Needs to be some signs where the trails meet pointing way back to trail head at lake. The trail map cane be confusing. Me and the other riders did really enjoy the trails.

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