Explore the most popular trails in Tower Grove Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

It's a fine park, but not the best "hike" - lots of people watching if that's what you're looking for.

Beautiful trail. We were even to see a clydesdale and a pony, which I had no idea were at that park! The trail outlines on the app was a little weird. But it's a city park no need to follow the trail. You can go wherever which way you want without getting lost. I grew up near this park and love it still!

I love this park

Possibly my favorite American city park. From the whimsical pavilions to its close position to the gay friendly coffee house mokabees, a trip to tower grove insures a good day to be had. I wonder what stories the Osage orange trees could tell of the beatniks and locals that tossed 40s and tall tales beneath their limbs. One can always conspire...

It’s a city park...plenty of parking and close to an area with lots of good ethnic restaurants. Good place to take the kids to play some soccer or the dogs to throw a ball. Big open fields with areas that have fountains and ducks and a farmers market some days. Close to the botanical garden too.

Feels like 108 degrees partly cloudy

It gets crowded at times, but it's hard to beat as far as city parks go.

After a ten mile bike ride, 85 degrees

Cloudy, feels like 92 degrees

Evening, feels like 80 degrees

Sunny evening, feels like 102 degrees

90 degrees, mostly cloudy

90 degrees, sunny

Nice walk on a mostly paved path around the perimeter of an urban park. Crowded but to be expected. Several large older trees were the highlight.

90 degrees, cloudy

Paved “trails” make for a nice hike. The wildlife, trees, and plants are exceptional within the city setting.

Paved, through maintained park.. urban hiking at its’ best.

My daughter loved looking at all the trees and squirrels and of course everyone passing by with their dogs! There was tons to talk about with her about what was around us and it was a great walk!

Beautiful city park. Our favorite in St. Louis.

Love this park. I live near by and always enjoy walking its paths.

my favorite park

very easy paved trail right in the middle of the city. enjoy the many various gazebos, fountains and sculptures. gray park to spend the day in.

A gorgeous park!

Tower Grove Park is one of the nicest parks in St. Louis. When the hiking trails are questionable because of rains or snow, we will do the three mile walk around the park and finish off with a picnic. That make a great day!

This park is beautiful and the walkways can lead you in many directions. The park is very large and there are lots of books to explore. The area is well landscaped. At some points you almost forget you are even in St. Louis. Almost. Litter is pretty well under control. There are a lot of great buildings from the Worlds Fair. Great place to walk with kids because there are two playgrounds and a water feature if you want to take a break!

it's one of my favorite places to walk in the city! I wouldn't exactly call it a hiking trail, though, as it's more ideal for walkers and runners.

The most interesting features of the park are in the west side. A few folks out on a Saturday afternoon, using the picnic shelters, playing baseball, and just laying around. Nice place and plenty of parking.

This is simply the most beautiful park in Saint Louis. I lived about three blocks east of it on Magnolia Avenue for many years during college. Despite being sandwiched between two very busy thoroughfares you can still get lost in the nature of this park. Every season offers incredible depth, if you arrive early after a fresh, powdery snowfall in the early morning hours it's quiet and stunning. The spring is vibrant and alive in TGP, with the smell of flowers blooming and bright spectrums of color from the various blooming flora. Summer is green and alive with people playing kickball, cycling, running and walking. Fall is majestic with shades of ochre and the soft crunch of leaves under your feet. Visit this park, it's absolutely amazing and has so much to offer.

The parks are what makes St. Louis a great place to live.

Nice and easy

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