Greer Spring Trail is a 1.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Alton, Missouri that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Greer Springs trail is a 1.8 mile trail that takes you through old growth forest to the pristeen setting of Greer Springs, the second largest spring in the state of Missouri. The daily flow is 220 million gallons.
Beautiful trail! Gorgeous scenery! Our family of six loved it!
One of my favorite spots to hike. The water is crystal clear and feels amazing after a hot summer day.
The hike is nice and easy. It is well worth it when you get to the end. The cave is simply amazing and this area has many spots to sit and read a book at the end of the trail (if you don't mind rocks as chairs).
Location hard to find from North. Well maintained even had 4-5 groups working on trail the day we hiked, All courteous. Nice view worth the hike.
view the end worth the hike
Beautiful scenery at the springs!
Good place to stretch your legs only two mile in and out
I loved it
Anyone visiting the Eleven Point area should consider setting aside an hour or so to make the moderate hike down to Greer Spring. Even in the dead of winter, Greer is one of the most beautiful places in all of the Ozarks. The spring pumps up over 200 million gallons of water per day, making it the second largest in the Ozarks.
beautiful. Trailhead has lots of trees across trail from ice storm but 1\4 mile in trail is clear and well marked. Winter walk has nice views of holler. Highly recommend this 1 hour walk.
Beautiful and well-built trail!
Loved the place. Beautiful area and much to explore.
Brad and Leigh Anne H.
Very nice trail. Water is beautiful with lots of pretty rock formations. There is a cave at the mouth of the spring.
Nice, easy trail.
Great easy hike. Beautiful scenery.