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Best Hiking Trails in Columbia

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Columbia, Missouri. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

ROCK BRIDGE MEMORIAL STATE PARK

5901 South Highway 163, Columbia, MO 65203

Since 1967

Group Tours and Educational Experiences, Sinkholes, Shelters, Orienteering Area and Fishing, Deer Run Trail, and Horseback Riding, Rock Bridge, Picnic Areas, Wild Area Trail System, Biking, Playground & Bicycling

Free admission ● Features of this 2,272-acre day-use park ● There are trails for hikers, equestrians and mountain bikers when conditions allow ● Partially wheelchair accessible available ● Visitors can also see a large cave system with its rock bridge, sinkholes, a spring and underground stream at the Devil’s Icebox ● The main board-walk trail through the sinkholes trails are enjoyable

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Mon - Sun Sunrise - Sunset

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FINGER LAKES STATE PARK

1505 East Peabody Road, Columbia, MO 65202

Since 1973

Kayaking, Showers, Swimming, Mountain Biking, Pull-Thru Sites, Kid Friendly, Canoeing, Water and Metal Detecting, Fishing, Playground, Tent Camping, Recreational Trails, Campground & Picnicking

Pets allowed ● The park is also the site of the challenging 2.75-mile Kelley Branch Mountain Bike Trail and a 4.5-mile water trail ● It's one of two ATV parks in the state parks system ● Restrooms available

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Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 5:30 pm

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GRINDSTONE NATURE AREA

2011 Old 63 South, Columbia, MO 65201

Flowers, Leash-Free Dog Area, Plants, Historic Spring House, Walking, Picnic Areas, Trees, Reptiles, Birds, Recreational Area, Picnicking, Scenic Overlooks, Nature Trails & Wildlife Area

Multi-Use Trail Miles: 6.0 miles (1.8 miles concrete, 4.2 miles limestone) ● Has over five miles of nature trails, a picnic shelter, restrooms, and is a trailhead for the Hinkson Creek Trail and the Grindstone Creek Trail ● Wildflowers grow in the prairie areas ● Trails allow visitors to wander over most of this 230+-acre natural area ● 199-acre park featuring nature trails & scenic overlooks, plus picnicking & a leash-free dog area

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Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

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