Bethany Falls Trail is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Blue Springs, Missouri that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and birding and is accessible from January until January.
The Bethany Falls Trail at Burr Oak Woods is a 1.33 mile loop that meanders through second growth timber, a limestone glade, a wet weather creek, a corner of restored prairie and through a series of Bethany Falls limestone outcroppings
Enjoyed hiking this trail. It offers a little bit of everything.
It's good. Nice place to get out and about for some fresh air that isn't too far for me to get there. I enjoy how there are a lot of trails here that connect in some form or fashion.
Nice trail with some cool rock formations to climb around on.
Nice woodsy trail with some small slopes. Best trail in Burr Oak Woods.
Kids love climbing on the rocks, I love the energy they burn.
Absolutely love this trail! There's rocks, fields, hills and flat areas.
Great trail to walk with my kids. They loved climbing through the rocks.
Many cars but only ran into 1 other person on the trails on a summer day. Mostly gravel path with other small paths leading off the main one. The limestone rock was impressive and very fun to climb through.
This is an easy trail close to town with beautiful scenery. It is a 1.5 mile trail that connects with other trails in Burr Oak CA. We have gone as little as 1.5 miles and as far as 10.2.
Nice little hike. All gravel, no dirt. Some challenging hills but nothing too hard. Fun hike!
Great! Weather was perfect. Especially liked hiking the bluffs above Pink Hill Road. Great for kids.
One of our favorites! Fun and easy and beautiful year round! Great for kids! Bridges, limestone,creeks, turkeys,turtles and butterflies!
Took our Boy Scouts on this trail as well as some connecting trails to get in miles for one of their badges. Their Nature Center was a big hit with the boys and the paths were easy to follow. Some of the connectors were poorly marked or not marked and all but the map we had helped get us back on track.