Lake Wappapello Trail is a 15 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Williamsville, Missouri that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and mountain biking and is best used from March until October.
The trail was well marked. It seemed that the trail was not used recently, especially by the amount of spiderwebs I ran into. There was some horse waste on the trail, but it was old. The trail next to the lake had a lot of thick, tall bushes and trees down over the trail. The other part of the trail was wide enough where a four wheeler could use the trail. The whole circle trail was about 16 miles. Just make sure to use/bring bug spray
This trail should NOT be listed as a mountain bike trail. Unmaintained double track that is poorly marked. Very rough with steep climbs and no switchbacks. Three experienced single-trackers had to hike a bike half of the first 8 miles. We took the gravel/pavement back. Low lying areas were marshy and tore up by horses. Decents were steep, loose and had many softball sized rocks hiding under leaves. This is a hiking trail at best. I wouldn't even suggest trail running here.