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Need to Know
Dogs are not allowed on the portion of the trail that goes through the Audubon Nature Sanctuary. Dog walkers should use the “Doggie Detour” indicated on trail signage.
Located in west-central Columbia, the Scott’s Branch Trail is a multi-use trail that travels through the heart of the Bonnie View Nature Sanctuary. The 1.3-mile paved trail winds through rolling farmland, with a wooded view of Scott’s Branch Creek from the boardwalk. Park users can venture out onto the 0.9-mile nature trail and experience creek crossings, big bur oak trees, and a paw paw grove. The trailhead at Bonnie View Nature Sanctuary provides a reservable pavilion, parking, restrooms and easy access to the 0.3 mile Prairie Education Trail. The Scott Boulevard pedway provides off-road access to the 8.9-mile MKT Trail
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by Zac Nixon