Weston Bend State Park Campground is a 3.5 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Weston, MO that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and camping and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Great hike worth the trip of you have not been to Weston.. Loved it..
Just great starting out wasn't for sure and ended on a high. I think would be just beautiful come fall...plan to return soon
Nicely kept paved trail. Easy. More walking than hiking but there are other trails that connect to this if you are up for a more challenging hike.
Great loop that was kid friendly. Plenty of trails both paved and dirt to mix up the terrain. Good scenery and overlooks of the river.
We hiked the camping loop. Not much to see but a nice trail to stretch the legs.
Mountain bikes the bike trail. Encountered a lot of hikers. Very nice paved trail.
Great place to camp and take the kids. Weston is a nice town. Irishfest was fun. Great food and pepple
This is a great park in the fall. Went down the River trail and two other shorter trails that went to the river shore
I almost missed it since the app took me to the campground. Harpst trail near the overlook was great with the kids. Went on to weston brewing co. Afterwards. Great hike-cant wait to go back and do the bigger loop!
This park and campground is great for a weekend getaway. There's enough scenery and nearby activities to keep you busy. The park is well visited and maintained.
It was a wonderful trail with some beautiful views. It was probably the best trail I have hiked on in a while. Also go in the fall if you have a chance, the colors are beautiful.
Very nice trail with very scenic views of the Missouri River. Beautiful hike in the fall with the changing of the leaves. Paved and natural trails.
Took in the Irish Fest in Weston, MO after the hike. Very nice Irish music, food and locally brewed beers in a beautiful setting.
I love this park and it's trails. My wife and I started out on the Bicycle trail, then took the West Ridge Trail, with it's wonderful views of the Missouri River, and ended at the Harpst Trail. After a light lunch, we then hiked the Weston Bluffs trail into Weston and had a cup of tea at a local teahouse. It was a long day of hiking, but well worth it. The paths are well maintained and there's lots of scenery to see. Will definitely go back to hike the other trails in the fall when the leaves have changed.
This was always a Fall tradition to travel up to Weston durring the annual colorfest. I've always enjoyed looking out over the Mo.River from the bluff. I would try to get there in the late afternoon in Oct.Just to watch the sinking Sun ignite The yellow and gold leaves,and watch them glow. Truly one of our area's sceanic hilights,and worth the gas. The hamlet of Westen is always a great and charming sight. I've even called their City Hall one year to get a report on when the trees were peeking in color,they were most helpful.
Camped in route to another location. Did an evening stroll. Trails well maintained. Good family outing with young kids.
I actually live next to Weston Bend State park. There are several trails but the one I like most is the Harpst Trail, which consists of 2 loops. Harpst Valley Trail is about a mile loop. The West Ridge is about a 2.5 mile loop.