Skunk Hollow Trail Loop is a 1.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cameron, Missouri that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.4 miElevation gain124 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyCampingFishingHikingNature tripsWalkingRunningForestLakeWildflowers
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Skunk Hollow Trail has a gentle grade that takes hikers between wooded hillsides. Along the trail, an intermittent stream can produce a small waterfall. The path crosses several footbridges and the main park road as it encircles Campground 4.

The state park has a group primitive camping area, tent area and RV camping. Their are restrooms and shower facilities, a swimming beach, and ample parking.

Wallace State Park 10621 NE Hwy. 121, Cameron, MO 64429 816-632-3745

Wallace State Park is approximately 50 miles from the Kansas/Missouri line. Travel north on I-35 to Exit 48. Make a right turn off the exit ramp onto Hwy. 69. Turn left at Hwy. 121 and continue into the state park. The park is about two miles from I-35.

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Jason Burnam
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Road biking

Nice hiking trails. Skunk Hollow Trail, Brown, back to Camp area 1, to Deer Run Trail (Red). Blue trail was closed due to bridge out.

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Megan Zirkle
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Robert Kumpost
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Raney Y.
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FishingBridge outGreat!

This was an absolutely wonderful visit to a state park for a quick day-trip for a couple of Kansas Citians. We decided to combine all of the trails except for “Deer Creek,” which totaled us to 5.5 miles/2.5 hours of hiking at a steady walking pace. The difficulty is mild, only becoming challenging on some steeper inclines. I found many types of mushrooms and had quite a lovely time, especially with the sun setting over the lake.

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Gustav Guo
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Hiking

It’s a trail indeed. Sorry can’t remember any other feature it has.

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Delanie Cooper
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HikingMuddy

Great maintained trail. A few small lakes. Ozark terrain. Hardly any traffic

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Lady Arcane
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Deer, cobwebs, and the creek bed

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Renee Kloeblen-Lawrence
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HikingMuddy

Wooded hikers dream. Beautiful walk in the woods. Very muddy after recent rains.

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Doug Neidholdt
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Quick hike through the woods. Nothing extraordinary.

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Jennifer Boe
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Adam Blackwell
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Erika Fremont
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Sam Karson
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Ed Cummings
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JD Courage
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Phon Wills
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Evan Giesen
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Steve Crooks
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Ghost N
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Brittni Fields
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Wade Brabits
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