A. Truman Lake Mountain Bike and Hiking Park
Escape for a day or weekend. For all levels of off-road riding that includes a single track and beautiful scenic views.The system offers several trails, including: a 1.3-mile beginners loop; a more challenging 3.1-mile loop; a 5-mile moderate section; and a 14-mile loop that has it all: demanding climbs, impressive downhills and first-rate single track. Hiking is allowed.
B. Ozark Greenways
Ozark Greenways is a trail network throughout the Springfield area, for bicycling, running, walking and alternative transportation. There are a variety of trails in the network, ranging from two miles to the 35-mile Frisco Highline Trail. Please note, the address and map point shown are for one of the trailheads on the Frisco Highline Trail.
C. Katy Trail State Park – Statewide
Katy Trail State Park is the longest rails-to-trails conversion in the U.S. The flat, 240-mile trail is open for hiking, running, walking and bicycling through Missouri countryside. There are many cities located along the trail, offering convenient access to shops, restaurants and lodging.
D. Wallace State Park
This heavily wooded park is a favorite of bird watchers and solitude seekers. It features individual and group campsites, hiking trails, fishing, and picnic sites and shelters. The park is located six miles south of Cameron.