Please note, there is no secure parking on the Missouri side of this bridge. The parking lot on the Missouri side is considered closed, except in cases of special events. Please click on the weblink above to find bridge access and parking information.
Once part of Route 66—the Mother Road—this bridge across the Mississippi River was reopened in 1999 as one of the world's longest pedestrian-bicycle-only bridges. It connects Missouri’s St. Louis Riverfront Trail with the MCT Confluence Trail in Illinois.
This is a particularly scenic stretch of the Mississippi River, overlooking the natural chain of rocks, from which it derives its name.