Qualil Ridge Park - St. Charles County, MO is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Wentzville, MO and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible from December until December. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
suburban 250 acre county park with paved and non-paved trails through woods. good hiking area in west St. Charles county when time doesn't permit driving to more remote trails or Indian Creek Camp trail is flooded. Varying elevation with portions through woods as well as reestablished prairie areas.
This has been my go to running trail for the past couple of years now. I've recently started biking here, as well. I love this park so much due to its shaded trails, occasional hills, beautiful scenery, abundant wildlife and numerous bathrooms. It's the perfect distance for all of my training needs (3.1 mile loop).
It was nice
was great walking with my dog Fern was able to let her run back near river really enjoyed the park
Love to run here !
I love St. Charles County parks, very well maintained. Great place to take the dog, they have a dog park there or take him on the trails. There's a creek that runs along the back border of the park. Great place to sit and have lunch or skip rocks. I've used this as my training ground for backpacking. There is a nice hill with switchbacks in the southeast corner I use to stay in shape. Prairie restoration going on in the main areas of the park make for a pretty, rolling section of hiking. The National Horseshoe Pitching Hall of Fame is at this park too.