Lewis and Clark Trail of Discovery @ Arrow Rock is a 1.6 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Arrow Rock, Missouri that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, camping, and fishing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Arrow Rock, Mo. Take Van Buren street to the east end. It stops at the trail head of the River Landing Trail. You take the River Landing trail to the bottom of the ridge, Cross the foot bridge, and you are on the Discovery trail. Follow it to the river and return.
Very neat trail that ends at the river. Nice and wide and covered in gravel except for the last 100 yards or so which can flood if the river is high.
Very neat trail that goes around the outside of the park through wooded area. Can access trail at lookout point in the park.
I happened upon this short (approx. 1 mile) trail after hiking other parts of Arrow Rock. I was absolutely delighted to end up at the Mighty Missouri River! The trail is wide and flat and very pretty. Seeing the River was a bonus. I'll definitely return.
I really enjoyed the wooded trail, which was more rugged than I expected. But the big payoff was the trail that led to the river, with a big, sandy bank. No one around, and a beautiful day to sit on the riverbank and watch the current move.
Simple walk to the river. Not a destination hike, but worth stretching your legs while visiting Arrow Rock.
Loved the visitor center and the quaint shops.
A trip to Arrow Rock is for the visit to the State Visitor Center and Historic town tours. Trails are simple bike/hike trails from State park to the visitor center and town. It makes a pleasant visit to do a bike tour, though most people walk, and you can drive to any of the sites. Their is a small river bluff trail. It is a nice weekend trip for sight seeing not hiking.