Explore the most popular wheelchair friendly trails near St Louis with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

very easy paved trail right in the middle of the city. enjoy the many various gazebos, fountains and sculptures. gray park to spend the day in.

Always enjoyable - some sun, some shade. Beautiful views and you get to enjoy the Clydesdales at Grants Farm. Plenty of parking. It’s a busy trail most days so we go early mornings

A gorgeous park!

Tower Grove Park is one of the nicest parks in St. Louis. When the hiking trails are questionable because of rains or snow, we will do the three mile walk around the park and finish off with a picnic. That make a great day!

5 months ago

a mini favorite ..great for a quick brisk mostly shady walk when you have only a little time

5 months ago

This park is great for easy bike riding ! Beautiful and interesting! There’s even soft drink vending and rest rooms

Easy trail for small children. Playgrounds and Restrooms are available. Good for kids and pets.

Arch and homeless. That's all I have to say. If you want drugs, take this trail. Also, there is a big curved Arch.

I got mugged on this trail. It's a homeless path. Do not attempt this place.

6 months ago

I love this trail to run on. It’s quiet, not crazy busy and it’s pretty throughout most of the year!

This park is beautiful and the walkways can lead you in many directions. The park is very large and there are lots of books to explore. The area is well landscaped. At some points you almost forget you are even in St. Louis. Almost. Litter is pretty well under control. There are a lot of great buildings from the Worlds Fair. Great place to walk with kids because there are two playgrounds and a water feature if you want to take a break!

7 months ago

Easy walking path. Not much to look at when you’re not by the river. Would be a nice bike path.

it's one of my favorite places to walk in the city! I wouldn't exactly call it a hiking trail, though, as it's more ideal for walkers and runners.

8 months ago

Flat easy with multiple stops for traffic. Nice views. Will repeat.

Nice little walk by the waterfront. Good amount of people out and about.

The most interesting features of the park are in the west side. A few folks out on a Saturday afternoon, using the picnic shelters, playing baseball, and just laying around. Nice place and plenty of parking.

This is simply the most beautiful park in Saint Louis. I lived about three blocks east of it on Magnolia Avenue for many years during college. Despite being sandwiched between two very busy thoroughfares you can still get lost in the nature of this park.

Every season offers incredible depth, if you arrive early after a fresh, powdery snowfall in the early morning hours it's quiet and stunning. The spring is vibrant and alive in TGP, with the smell of flowers blooming and bright spectrums of color from the various blooming flora. Summer is green and alive with people playing kickball, cycling, running and walking. Fall is majestic with shades of ochre and the soft crunch of leaves under your feet.

Visit this park, it's absolutely amazing and has so much to offer.

trail running
10 months ago

Good path, overlooking some nice views. Some part of trail closed.

There's the Arch! Looking forward to the development to be completed.

The parks are what makes St. Louis a great place to live.

11 months ago

A nice, flat pavement for a run, walk, or bike ride as short or as long as you’d like! 60 degree weather in January made this perfect today.

Friday, December 29, 2017

Use to hav a great ride on the outside parts of the park

trail running
Friday, December 22, 2017

A must run! Long trail that’s paved and extremely well maintained throughout the year. Awesome views of Grant’s Farm and the Clydesdales. Bathrooms are closed in the winter. Multiple places where you have to wait for traffic to stop to cross the road. My go to when I need a long run.

road biking
Friday, December 15, 2017

Nice urban trail. Runs from I44 to I55. Paved the entire trail. Lots of cross traffic. Good for biking, walking or running.

trail running
Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Grant's Trail is a popular paved trail good for running, walking, roller blading, and cycling in a suburban setting. It is not a nature hiking trail per se, though it connects to a few short ones near Blake Snyder Park. The trail is level and miles are marked, so it is useful for distance training. Cyclist should beware of children, dogs, and the clueless during busy times. One can get up close and personal with the world famous Budweiser Clydesdales by Grant's Farm.

I love this park for walking. it's peaceful and enjoyable especially in the fall. Deer everywhere in the park.

Thursday, July 06, 2017

love the arch and grounds, visited 2 different times

With the grounds of the Arch under renovation, it can get very hot in a Missouri Summer.

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

great to stroll with kiddos or ride you bike.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

There's is nothing about this place that feels like hiking so I would take that off of the description. I'm sure it's good for a bike ride but it's not that scenic.

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