Queeny Park Trail is a 4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Chesterfield, MO and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This trail is a good mix of a few steep inclines, rolling hills on gravel and paved paths surrounded by wooded nature. Fairly busy foot traffic with dogs on leash and friendly people.
Very pretty trail. It's a mix of paved, gravel and dirt. There are moderate inclines but nothing too steep. The trails are well marked. I really enjoy walking there.
Love this place. I went for the first time this weekend and it a was very scenic and peaceful trail. We seen 5 deer while out hiking also. Highly recommend.
quiet well kept park where the nature and history are awesome!
beautiful park/trail. saw 4 deer in the woods.
The trail can be a little confusing at least to me on which way to go, but it's close and nice for a little hike.
I completed the Hawk Ridge Trail which had few good hills. The trail was 1/3 paved, no clear trail head or signs but once you find it, there's good markers along the way. Very easy "hike" and busy trail.
It's alright. Nothing out of the ordinary.
I'm not sure how it's 7 miles...IMO, it was closer to 4 or 5 miles. In any case, it is a multi-surface trail (pavement, gravel, dirt) that goes around the perimeter of the park. There's a few steep hills as you make your way around, and has nice scenery, especially with the colors of fall. If you're lucky, you might see some people on horseback and deer going through the trail as well.
This is a four mile trail around the outside perimeter. Not sure why this says 7 miles unless you combine it with all the internal trails. Great trail that offers hills, forests, and gravel paths.
Different combinations of paths but the long loop is around 4 miles and is part paved and part dirt. Some sections are quite scenic. The hills are steep.