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Beautiful hike with a natural bridge at the end that has bats. Tall sycamores along the way with a couple of creek crossings. Well worth it.

A typical Ozarks hike through the woods. Colorful wildflowers were everywhere. Several old foundations are along the trail. Passed some morel hunters who had a mesh bag full.

got confused on all the trails interconnecting. overall a good hike

pretty easy hike to the natural bridge from the parking lot. Wear waterproof shoes, you will get wet. I was very aggravated by the trash in the cave. why do people do that. There is bats in the cave, I hope the trash does not disturb them

Started at the Bray Trail head and connected to the upper Full Moon loop and then did the lower Full Moon loop. Tried to to find Skink ridge trail and there's a very obscure one but I wasn't able to find the rest of it. Continued on the Bray trail after finishing all the loops. Some parts are hilly and rocky but overall easy. There are some ponds and buildings at the beginning of the trail. Mostly woods.

Great prairie and creek trail. We went when the trees were changing and it added to the beauty. The natural bridge (more like a cave) was pretty although when we went there people were camping out in the cave and left tons of beer cans and litter inside. It seemed that they were there for a while. That spoiled the highlight of this trail for us. The length of the trail was perfect. Not too challenging at all.

horseback riding
7 months ago

Our favorite

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Worth walking the whole trail. Theres a skippable section that leads to a beautiful pond/glade, picnic area. Just make sure you follow the map and you'll come across it. All around its a fairly normal path with a few cross overs from other trails, so keep the map handy

hiking
Saturday, October 15, 2016

The trailhead was easy to find but make sure you have a map for all the trail choices along the trail. Only picked up one hitchhiker - but had long pants and long socks on. Overall a well maintained trail minus the first half mile but even that wasn't too bad. A definite decent outing worth the drive.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

If you get "lost" don't worry all trails connect together, if you're willing to hike the eleven miles. Suggest to start early if you want to make the full hike. Some sections are overgrown and other sections are very open and pleasant. The highlight of the whole trail is the natural bridge (more of a natural tunnel)

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

This section of the trail has been overgrown. There is a part of the trail that has pink slip ties that are marked 'mushroom trail re-route' which makes a circle around the section before you proceed all the rest of the way up the rocky hill. If you continue on you will connect the rest of the way onto the kaintuck trail leading towards the oak section and another section marked with what looks like lungs on an orange sign. Overall a good long trail. Bring the bug spray and wear long hiking pants/shoes! Definitely pack the water and your own markings.

Easy open trail. If you're wanting to go to the natural bridge go passed the turn google maps tells you to take and go down the road a little longer and you will see a sign for the natural bridge 1/2 mile and go down that road and park. The natural bridge is about a 1/2 mile down the trail on the right, and there are orange spray paint marks to lead you right to the natural bridge! A sight to see! It's more of a natural tunnel!

Easy to get lost on this part! Horse poop beware, and parts of it are overgrown. Overall a decent trail but needs better marking on which direction leads where.

It was a little difficult to find. There are several trails that branch off from the main trail it took me a while to realize that the signs posted on trees have a picture for the name of the trail: the oak trail had a picture of an oak leaf, the deer hoof trail had a picture of a deer hoof print. Those were the only two other trails I came across. Once you find the land bridge, it's breath taking.

trail running
Sunday, May 31, 2015

Nice run in the woods, but easy to get confused getting on Acorn itself at the beginning. Once you find that, its marked with signs on trees for trails that head in other directions. Definitely carry the map. Trail is overgrown in portions, and a bit torn up by horse use. Both my running partner and I had ticks on us despite using a spray to keep them off.

trail running
Thursday, July 25, 2013

I ran this trail awhile back. Many beautiful spots, but as others have mentioned there are several loops and it is not all clearly marked. It took me quite awhile just to find the trailhead. The loops I took were a total of about 9.5 miles.

hiking
Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Not the best, if u don't mind walking in the river when its high it's fine but otherwise choose one of the trails that head away from the river

hiking
Saturday, May 12, 2012

Really enjoyed this trail. Although the intersecting trails, and there's several, are not clearly marked there was a box of maps provided. With a bit of terrain association I knew right where we were. The area that I covered was full of butterflies. It definitely was tick season. Be prepared to stay busy finding them if you bring furry friends. I'll be visiting the Kaintuck Hollow Trails regularly.

hiking
Sunday, March 25, 2012

The redbird section a short section that connects other sections. It follows a ridgeline. Overall the Kaintuck trail is simple and easy, does have a couple of nice highlights with springs and natural tunnel.

hiking
Sunday, March 25, 2012

Deer Track Section follows a creek down to wilkins spring and back to the Acorn trail following a ridge.

hiking
Sunday, March 25, 2012

The natural tunnel is one of the best highlights of the Kaintuck trail. A must see if doing the trail

hiking
Sunday, March 25, 2012

The Mushroom section is rather short; but does have a couple nice features. small savanna, old homestead, stock pond, and spring.

hiking
Sunday, March 25, 2012

Acorn section is part of a larger 16 mile loop trail. Heavy wooded, nice ridge with views. simple easy hike.

hiking
Sunday, March 25, 2012

Cedar section is a nice section of the trail. It follows the creek for a large portion of the section. You pass a number of springs and old home steads.

hiking
Saturday, March 03, 2012

This trail is an okay hiking trail. There are multiple trails and they are not that well maintained. There can also be equestrians on the trail. The best trail is the Acorn Trail that runs the ridge line in the hollow. I would not recommend this for mountain biking as most trails are too rocky and difficult to ride to enjoy. This trail system is a killer trail run workout though.

hiking
2 months ago

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