Bluff/Hills- Anderson Conservation Area

Bluff/Hills- Anderson Conservation Area

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While the majority of the landscapes surrounding the Mississippi River from Louisiana MO to Hannibal MO are floodplains, the Anderson Conservation area is composed almost entirely of bluffs and hilly terrain. Looking closely at Google Earth revels that it is most likely the highest point along the river between these two cities. This beautiful recreation area offers a wide variety of outdoor activities including hiking through the hills, camping, hunting, and water related activities. While the Mississippi River runs adjacent to the Anderson Conservation Area, there is limited access but there are several small streams that weave through the area that visitors can enjoy. In addition to experiencing the amazing views that the bluffs and hills have to offer, there are two sink holes next to the park. The Anderson Conservation Area not only offers an example of what bluffs along rivers looks like, but it offers many other amazing experiences with nature. This is an exemplar feature because it is one of the few features between Hannibal and Louisiana that clearly depicts the natural bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River.

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Bluff/Hills- Anderson Conservation Area

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