Tag Archives: Katy Trail State Park

Summer Bike Festivals in Missouri

Summer in Missouri is one of the best times of the year. Kids are out of school, the weather is beautiful and everything and everyone just seems a bit happier. During these few short months throughout the year, Missouri is alive and well with outdoor adventures for families, couples and kids alike. There are many of lakes and rivers for …

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Katy Trail Heads to Kansas City with the Rock Island Spur

Courtesy of Missouri State Parks. Katy Trail State Park has taken a giant step toward achieving its long-time goal of stretching across Missouri’s mid-section to join the St. Louis and Kansas City metropolitan areas. In late 2016, Missouri State Parks opened a new section of the trail built on an abandoned Rock Island Railroad line. The 47.5-mile stretch runs from …

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Exploring Missouri State Parks: Katy Trail

This post is one in a series of 52 posts featuring a Missouri State Park of the Week for each week in 2015. To find all Missouri State Parks of the Week posts simply click here, or visit the “Outdoor Adventure” category on the homepage. Happy exploring in 2015 and enjoy the show! Happy 25th birthday, Katy Trail State Park. The first …

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Along the Katy Trail: Clinton

You made it to the last stop on our journey! Throughout April we’ve been taking you across one of the The Show-Me State’s most-popular outdoor attractions. Katy Trail is celebrating its 25th anniversary and to commemorate this momentous occasion, we’ve visited several trailhead cities. While all of our trailhead cities are awesome, Clinton certainly is a jewel of its own. …

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Along the Katy Trail: Augusta

It’s a milestone month in Missouri, as the Show-Me State’s Katy Trail celebrates its 25th anniversary. To commemorate one of Missouri’s most-popular outdoor attractions, we’re taking you across the trail, from east to west, and visiting several trailhead cities. We just left charming, historic St. Charles, next up is Augusta! This gorgeous town is 35 miles west of St. Louis …

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Enjoy Fall in Missouri State Parks

With mild temperatures and outstanding views of colorful foliage, fall is a fantastic time to be outdoors.  In our state parks and historic sites, there are plenty of opportunities to experience all that the season has to offer. Fall foliage in Missouri usually peaks in mid-October.  Whether you’re enjoying lake views during a family picnic, hitting the trails to catch …

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Hidden Treasures Abound in Historic Missouri Wine Country

Travel the two-lane roads into the southwest corner of St. Charles County and you arrive at a place where history, nature, art, and award-winning wine all come together to create a treasured destination, known as Historic Missouri Wine Country. Perhaps best known for its wineries, nine in all, Historic Missouri Wine Country is the perfect place to relax. Share a …

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