Angeline Conservation Area - The Angeline Conservation Area lies north of the Jacks Fork and west of the Current River. The 39,590-acre area is north of Eminence and extends 15 miles west to near Summersville. Numerous small springs, seeps and sinkholes are found on the area due to the karst topography.
Clow, Alley Spring and Flat Rock conservation areas and the Kerr-McGee purchase were combined to create this single conservation area. Points of interest include a scenic overlook on Highway 19, the Eminence Office, Bay Branch Shooting Range, Flat Rock Lookout Tower, Lick Log Hollow Nature Trail a one mile interpretive hike and a day use Equestrian loop trail system that is 9.5 miles long.
Peck Ranch Conservation Area - Peck Ranch consists of 23,763 acres of rugged, forested hills and hollows. Limestone and rhyolite glades provide natural openings among the oak-pine forest that dominates the region. Narrow ridges range from 900 to 1,000 feet in elevation. The area's highest point is Stegall Mountain, 1,348 feet above sea level. Rogers Creek and Mill Creek, which flow into the Current River, meander through the area. Peck Ranch is home to Missouri's wild elk cohort as well as a vast diversity of other wildlife. A visit to Peck Ranch brings opportunity to view White-tailed deer, wild turkeys, song birds, and many other native species. Diverse management techniques are used to maintain and restore the many natural communities on Peck Ranch.