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Landahl Park

Grain Valley, MO

Landahl Park is a 18.5 mile loop trail located near Grain Valley, Missouri that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for birding, mountain biking, trail running & walking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Bethany Falls Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

LOVED this place. If you break off of the path, you can climb on top of the limestone rocks that are huge. Several other trails in this area, so I highly recommend checking this place out. Saw several people while I was there, but there was a lot of time that I was alone, so if you like solitude don't let that discourage you. There are many paved bath read in this region, as well as graveled and dirt paths. Totally worth your time if you like exploring.

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Hickory Grove Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Checked this place out and was so happy with what I found. I often break off of trails and walk around forested areas. I ended up on a few other trails by doing this, but it was very nice. Lots of limestone rocks you can check out. I even saw a deer while exploring. There are several graveled baths, but there are also dirt baths, and paved paths in this area. Even a path through a tall grass field. They are continuing to restore the area as well, so it will probably change over time. I ended up at the Nature center at one point of my hike, and walking down the road back to my car. HIGHLY recommend checking this place if you like breaking off of trails and exploring.

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Wildlife Habitat Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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4 Completed 1 Reviews

Nice place to walk close to home.

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Bethany Falls Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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5 Completed 3 Reviews

This is a really great little trail. A gem and very easy but interesting.

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Bethany Falls Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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5 Completed 2 Reviews

The colors along the trail are amazing! The trail interconnects with other trail which was nice for a more adventurous experience, we will back for another hike very soon cause we loved it.

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Hickory Grove Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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3 Completed 1 Reviews

My husband and I decided to do this trail on a day we did not have the kids with us. We liked it a lot. Though it is not a loop it is a straight 1.5 miles and then you have to do it backwards 1.5 miles. It was well shaded on the 90 degree day we went. Take your water bottles!! All gravel no dogs and no bikes. We did this trail in about 55 minutes.

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Hickory Grove Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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18 Completed 7 Reviews

Easy trail with gravel - lots of trees! Trail starts at parking lot and ends at another parking lot but takes you back in the woods. Very quick easy trail with moderate slopes, etc. No bikes or dogs allowed. Plenty of wildlife to see here. I saw turkey hens and her chicks.

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Hickory Grove Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

Have ran this several times and love it although I think it is just a little over 2 miles out and back instead of 3. It is a very pretty trail and well maintained.

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Wildlife Habitat Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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8 Completed 8 Reviews

I stopped by this park today and hiked all the trails, this seems to be designed more for kids and families as there is not much elevation gain and numerous stops along the way. There is an interesting section of limestone rock that the trail goes through.

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Hickory Grove Trail: Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area
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8 Completed 8 Reviews

I stopped by this park today and hiked all the trails, I prefer the natural surface trails but the gravel came in useful today as it was pretty wet. Nice to hike in the summer when some trails get overgrown as this is maintained pretty well, it seems designed more for families.

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