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Lone Wolf Trail- Castlewood State Park

Ballwin, MO

Lone Wolf Trail is a 1.5 mile loop trail located near Ballwin, Missouri that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for camping, hiking, mountain biking & walking.

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Woodland Trail Ozark State Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail. We notice the blue marks were hard to find on the way back and few signs need to be replace. It would be nice if there was more maps on the trail.

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Lewis and Clark Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Completed 8.2. Awesome. The oneness and views are great. Thanks everyone for keeping trash picked up. We sure are fortunate to have beautiful areas to enjoy Namaste

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Weldon Springs Clark Trail
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12 Completed 1 Reviews

Went on this trail today and it was snowing. Great views and a good atmosphere. Some highway noise at the beginning but once you get a little further in you are good to go.

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Indian Camp Creek Park Trails
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail for running. The main trail is the Cannon Loop Trail, which is actually only 6-miles. Great switch back and change of footing and direction. Winds through woods, open field and several park road crossing. Never far from the park road that loops the park.

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Spring Branch trail
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451 Completed 454 Reviews

The historic mill is nestled along Spring creek and is a beautiful sitting which the trail loops through. Also their is another short trail that give you a great overlook to the Mill. For fee camping is less than mile away and Jack's Fork river is great for floating.

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Weston Bluffs Trail: Weston Bend State Park
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Easy trail for the family to hike or bike. Excellent views of the Mo river.
For a group ride, I would recommend riding from Beverly into Weston, hit up O'Malley's for a cold drink, and head back. For a family trip, begin in Beverly and turn into the State Park. There is a nice picnic area right in the park or you can head up hill to the playground. It is a brutal climb to the playground especially if hauling a kid trailer.

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Big Sugar Creek Trail
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18 Completed 3 Reviews

Hiked this trail during Christmas break from work in 2013. Spent the night at backpack camp 2, heard some coyotes come in pretty close. Saw a few deer and some other animals on the trail. Very nice park overall. I highly recommend stopping at the park office a getting a trail map from them. It makes everything so much clearer than any online map I could find.

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Lone Spring Trail
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18 Completed 3 Reviews

Have been on the lone spring trail 3 times. It is hard to find a decent map of Cuivre River state park online, but I highly recommend stopping in the park office and getting one from them. Everything is clear on that map. Spent the night on this trail one time not at the designated camp because it was occupied, but that was ok because in the process of looking for a good campsite we discovered an abandoned grain silo in the woods. On another occasion we used the backpack camp. It is a nice place, and the spring is just down the hill maybe 5 min or so. The spur trail to the lake at the northern end of the park is nice, stopped here to eat lunch at the covered pavilion and picnic tables a couple different times.

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Bell Mountain Wilderness Area Trail
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18 Completed 3 Reviews

Hiked from the south trailhead on 11/8, spent the night at the summit. It was an unusually warm weekend for November and there were three other groups at the summit overnight. Passed two other groups while hiking the trail. The Joe's creek half of the loop is not as scenic as the bell mountain half, but still very nice. The closest water to the summit is in two small ponds on the side of the trail just north of the summit, maybe 5 mins away at most. Firewood is more plentiful in that directions, also. Kinda scarce right at the top.

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Swope Park Mountain Bike Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

We enjoyed this trail. Nice easy walk with the dogs. We saw a few mountain bikers and only one other group hiking. The trees were changing during out hike making for some nice scenery. We stuck to the Rancho D-Lux trail which is about 3 miles. The WoodChuck Run Trail looks much longer!

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