Fawn's Ridge Trail

EASY 7 reviews

Fawn's Ridge Trail is a 2.6 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Linn Creek, Missouri that features a lake 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.

2.6 miles
239 feet

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly








The Fawn's Ridge trail is 1.25 miles winding through wooded hills and valleys typical of the Ozark hill country. This trail has two sections. A level .6 mile, linear section runs from the campground check stand to the picnic area along Highway 134, and is accessible to wheelchairs. Pleasant views of the dry-mesic chert woodlands found throughout the park can be viewed along this section of the trail. The trail veers off to make an additional .6-mile loop, winding along wooded slopes and ending at the campground check stand. If you start at the trailhead along highway 134, this loop trail is approximately 1.25 mile long. If you start at the trailhead at the campground check stand, this loop trail is approximately one mile long. If you want to make your hike longer, a short .20-mile white connector trail joins this trail to White Oak Trail. This connector trail is marked with white blazes.

1 month ago

This is a wide chat trail for the first half before descending down steps into a forest. The last half of the trail is rocky and slowly ascends back to the trailhead. The map on this app shows the Lake View Bend Trail loop and not the Fawn Ridge Trail, which is 1.25 miles and blazed yellow. We actually saw a doe cleaning her fawn just off the trail and a total of 13 very tame deer.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Enjoyable hike with my wife and puppy. We didn't see anyone else on the trail. There are definitely better trails around here, but this is worth while for "warming up". We walked this and then went into the Lakeview Bend Trail. Nice day.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Pleasant little hike through the woods. Nice trail. saw a lot of wildlife. Not overgrown.

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