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A 250-acre lake fed by 2 creeks is the focal point of Washington County Conservation Area, located near Nashville. As do many state sites, it offers several facilities accessible to visitors with disabilities, including camping, hunting, picnicking, and a fishing pier.

Location: 18500 Conservation Dr., Nashville Illinois 62263 Telephone 618-327-3137

Other Conservation & Natural Areas nearby:
(McLeansboro) Hamilton County Conservation Area
(Johnsonville) Sam Dale Conservation Area
(Nashville) Washington County Conservation Area

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