Lime Kiln Trail is a 2.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Glencoe, MO that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Rockwoods Reservation harbors a rich diversity of plant and animal life as well as springs, caves, and rock formations. Cool, moist, north facing ravines and lush creek bottoms contrast with the nearby arid, rocky ridge tops, and south slopes. The terrain is reminiscent of the Ozark hills and, indeed, many plants and animals found in hill country are also found here. Although located near metropolitan St. Louis, raccoons, opossums, turkeys, deer, fox, songbirds, chipmunks, and snakes are common here
Beautiful hike. Love crossing the spring on a set of lily pad rocks.
Fun trail to take your dog on. Pretty scenery, beautiful creek, the lime kiln was impressive.
Great trail. 7 year old made it the entire way.
I love this trail, but it says no dogs?? I've brought my pup here multiple times to hike
Good. Brought our 5 yo who needed a couple rests. Our older boys loved it too.
Great family hike
A great trail to take the family!! Beautiful!
Don't come here. Trail is too beautiful.
It was okay. A bit hard at spots to know where to go.
What a scenic trail, we loved it!
Nice hike through the woods, but that's pretty much it. I definitely wouldn't call this "hard," either. Go if you want a nice walk through the woods close to St. Louis.
My dogs and I like hiking this trail. Even my small 8 year old dog walks this trail easily.