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road biking
1 month ago

Definitely not worth the $50. We had to pay $10 per person to get into the park and then $15 per bike. The trails were paved and nicely maintained, but it was sights you can see on pretty much any Missouri trail system. Roaring river is not too far away and has cheaper fishing, more trails that are free, camping, and you don’t have to pay $4 per dog to enjoy the trails.

beautiful there

hiking
1 month ago

Nice if you enjoy the artificial nature of a zoo. I wouldn't even be generous enough to call it a hike. We frequently had to share the sidewalk with segways and a very large group of Asian people on rented bikes that were trying to blow the speakers out of a boom box. Not relaxing and about as "beautiful" as a $25 walk through Bass Pro. I'll save my money and enjoy the true, unadulterated Ozarks next time.

hiking
3 months ago

This park is expensive as hell. $10 to enter, $10 to walk the trails and $4 PER dog. I almost spent as much here than the Grand Canyon. However the place is beautiful. The staff could not have been nicer or more helpful, they were absolutely amazing. The park was extremely clean and well taken care of. There are 4 decent sized waterfalls but unfortunately you can’t get next to the giant one with dogs. The trail was the perfect length to be able to spend 4-5 hours here, stopping to take lots of pictures and water breaks (considering it was 94 degrees). It was very crowded with hundreds of people walking, biking, fishing and taking the truck tours. I went around 10:30 on a Monday morning and had a hard time finding a parking spot. It’s a huge tourist attraction but it deserves it because it really is a little treasure. 10/10 would recommend and would make the 8 hr (round trip) back some day!

walking
4 months ago

Such a beautiful place. Yes it costs but the things they offer and the maintenance they do I'm sure costs them a fortune. I go to this trail every time I am in the area. Cannot say enough about the beauty of it.

road biking
6 months ago

This place is great. It has a small but interesting museum, a restaurant, a treehouse built on the show Treehouse Masters, a souvenir shop, and a learning center in addition to the trail. It is pricy to check it all out, though. $10 to get in and $10 to walk (it is more money to bike ride). It is a tourist attraction, so it’s not an exclusive walking/biking trail. They do tram rides, Segway tours, fly fishing, and lots of other things. I’m fortunate enough to be a local, so I have a season pass. I go to the park very often, and since I bring my own bike, it’s free. If you live nearby, and would visit enough, a season pass is definitely the best option. The trail is paved and has been updated and worked on after last year’s flood in April. It is mostly a smooth bike ride, and if you don’t stop much, it’s about an hour ride. I believe that there are a few short, unpaved trails that go through the woods that you can hike on. There are a lot of cool waterfalls and caves to see. There might still be a brochure that has some history on those marked spots. I would recommend checking it out if you don’t mind paying $20. It’s a really great family place and all the people who work there are very nice. Sometimes it can be very crowded, so plan your time there beforehand.

8 months ago

I don’t understand it. I took my family there recently and paid an arm and a leg to go...walk. Here’s a tip; go to Roaring River park and walk through he campground in the valley. You’ll see the same thing, for free, and maybe even end up w some fish outta the deal. DC is a total ripoff. Boo.

10 months ago

We were a bit early for the full glory of autumn colors. We’ll do it again closer to first of November! Beautiful water falls and easy walking trails.

Thursday, September 07, 2017

trail is closed due to flossing until October 2017!

walking
Monday, June 19, 2017

Mostly man made natural beauty !

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Great area for dining, hiking, and biking. Cost$$ I prefer natural habitats. Pretty waterfalls, potential to be very populated.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

It does cost a little bit, but extremely beautiful place! And loved seeing the treehouse built by Pete Nelson and the treehouse masters team!

Sunday, October 09, 2016

Outstanding!

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

I would rate this trail higher, except for the fact that it costs $20 per person to walk the trail. It is beautiful, and most trails are paved. There is a $10 general admission fee that grants you access to a mill, tiny museum, store, and a tree house thing for kids. then another $10 per person if you want to actually walk the trail.... We will not be going back simply because of the cost...

Friday, June 10, 2016

expensive. its not a hike its a walk on paved roads.

walking
Monday, May 09, 2016

They should say it's $20 per person to go walking, which as pretty as it was, it wasn't worth $20 to hike.

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