CLIFF CAVE COUNTY PARK
806 Cliff Cave Road, St Louis, MO 63129 Directions
Horseback Riding, Wildlife, Birding, Reservable Shelter, Nature Trips, Wildflowers, Fishing, Forest, Cave, Dogs on Leash, Trail Running, River & Walking
Cliff Cave County Park covers 525 acres with a flood plain wetland area, widely wooded forest with a range of ancient growing trees such as the Shag Bark Hickory, a picnic shelter, and a scenic river view. Park provides fantastic views of the Mississippi from rocky bluffs towering over the river at 170 feet. It is a large cave that is a historical and archaeological site located in the park. The caverns also acted as a recreation spot for Jefferson Barracks volunteer soldiers who designed a new lounge at the entrance. The Bluff Trail (2.0 miles) provides the experienced rider with the best technical features. Connection to the paved trail network is through two parking lots. If the nature trails are too muddy for use, the paved trail system provides a pleasant place to travel.
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BEE TREE COUNTY PARK
2701 Finestown Avenue, St Louis, MO 63129 Directions
Running, Lake, Wedding and Picnic Sites, Frisbee Shelter, Mountain Biking, Dogs on Leash, Birding, Walking, Five Trails, Playground, Wild Flowers, Reservable Shelters & Forest
'Bee Tree County Park' is a 192-hectare property. The park is a county park with a playground, hiking, and fishing facilities. The extensive gardens are a visitor's favorite feature. It is a 10-hectare lake overlooking the Mississippi River. Big river house, which is eligible for bluff events. The 2.3-kilometer loop trail around Saint Louis, MO. The loop trails are turned into one-way trails. Most other trails remain two-way. They have picnic shelters and bbq grills and tables. Park provides wheelchair accessibility, and playgrounds have plenty of bench seating to watch your kids play and toilets.
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OFFICER BLAKE C. SNYDER MEMORIAL PARK
9801 Green Park Road, St Louis, MO 63123 Directions
Cycling, Bike Ride, Playground, Jogging Paths, Athletic and Sports Fields, Shaded Picnic Area, Nature Trails, Walking & Reservable Shelter
'Gravois Creek Park' opened in the Spring of 1976 to the public. The park has paved and unpaved roads, picnic spots, large covered area for barbecue, grass, and paths. It has several horrible exercise stations all over the trail. It has a meeting pavilion, playground for children under 10, and a beautiful walking trail with links to the much bigger Grant's Trail network. You can love the fact that you can see wildlife on occasion.