White Tail Trail is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kansas City, Missouri that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
The White Tail Loop trail is a 1.3 mile hike through an urban forest. It travels up a steep hillside along a forested ravine and loops back down the other side along an old logging road. Deer and other wildlife is plentiful in the area and often seen. White Alloe Creek Conservation Area is adjoined by the Parkville Nature Sanctuary. Four short loop trails, ranging from .1 miles to .9 miles in length are found in the Santuary. Highlights between the two sites include a water fall, abundant wildlife, several streams and a shelter built on the foundation of an old girl scout cabin. A section is ADA accessible. Trail guides are available at the trail head. No Bikes, No Dogs, No motorized Vehicles. The total miles of trails between the combined sitesis is 2.8 miles
We thoroughly enjoyed this walk through the woods and got just what was advertised. The area is a real jewel, hidden just on the edge of suburbia.
Well kept. A little crowded and no dogs :(
Great trails. Very well kept. Easy to follow. Go when there has been some rain and the creek has plenty of water flowing. The falls are a nice stop.
Easy trail. It's winter so trees were bare and there was no river. Lots of people walking.
You can't go wrong with this beautiful trail.
Lots of wildlife and great hills. Absolutely beautiful!
The best trail I have been on..
Took my family of 6 (Wife, 4 kids - 9 yrs, 4 yrs, 2 yrs, and 7 months - and myself) to this trail over the weekend. We had a fantastic time exploring! Trails are very well groomed, documented, and the sites are beautiful. The waterfall is a fantastic place to sit and just watch and listen.
Loved the trails. Beautiful and peaceful!
had a great time!!!!!
Nice trail with a pretty, little waterfall. This is a good place to escape the city for a bit.