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




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There were some pretty cool ice formations to see along the trail and the Creek was completely frozen. Love this trail as there is always something interesting to see no matter the season.

1 day ago

2 days ago

Did a light overnight trip here. Walked about 4 miles into the loop and set up a hammock camp near the bypass. Good views, well maintained trails, and enough variance to keep it interesting. Saw deer galore both at camp and while hiking. There were some coyotes in the area but they stayed clear. I'd visit again if I were in the area.

2 days ago

Great initial backpacking trail. Didn’t run into too many people.

Very much an easy hike. Wide path, but unpaved.

3 days ago

Nice easy hike / moderate walk
Some elevation change to get to great views of the creek.

Camped here as well. Good times.

We loved laying on the rocks & playing in the river. Cool spot

Fun to play on the rocks in the river.

I love to hike here. Only done the full trail once & it was amazing. Felt like I wasn't in Missouri at times. Beautiful.

Cool rock formations

Walking on rocks that are 1.6 billion years old. Incredible geological history.

One of my favorite hikes in Missouri.

nice trail for me and my dog. not very challenging. well groomed.

6 days ago

Nice facilities, nice group camp area. Swim beach, fishing, hiking was a great draw to us as scout troop.

Very steep at the entrance by Lone Elk Park and the exit off Lewis Rd. In between it's beautiful and winding with lots of views of the river. Some areas are technical, especially on a mountain bike.

on Berryman Trail

6 days ago

a well maintained and easy trail. Did an early February overnight camp at the spring and took the long hike out. 22.5 miles total for the loop (Ozark trail to Berryman). Relatively dull scenery that time of year but no bugs and cool air. would definitely recommend it for an easy overnight stroll.

So much park, so little daylight! I will be back to adventure.

Beautiful even in the dead of winter! The only downfall is the slick slate rocks but that is nature for ya!

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