Trails Near Farmington, MO

Chubb Trail

Chubb Trail is a 14 mile loop trail located near Eureka, Missouri. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking, mountain biking & trail running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

  • 14 miles
  • Eureka, MO

Crane Lake Trail

Crane Lake Trail is a 5 mile loop trail located near Farmington, Missouri that features a 100 acre lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

  • 5 miles
  • Annapolis, MO

Kaskaskia River State Fish & Wildlife Area

Flat, wide trail though the Kaskaskia River Bottoms and waterfowl refuge area.

  • 7.6 miles
  • New Athens, IL

Ozark Trail Courtois Section

This trail uses the western half of the Berryman loop trail, adds a 12-mile section to the south to reach the Trace Creek Trail, and connects to the North into the trail at Huzzah Conservation Area.

  • 40 miles
  • Leasburg, MO

Salt Lick Point Trail

Salt Lick Point Land and Water Reserve is a 600+ acre site owned by the Village of Valmeyer. The reserve protects fluff land forests, which provide a critical habitat for unique hill prairies and glades.

  • 1.8 miles
  • Valmeyer, IL

Sam A. Baker State Park Campground

The cool waters of the St. Francois River and Big Creek frame a wooded setting with trails that range from easy to challenging. Ancient mountains, towering trees, and fresh air are hallmarks of the park. Rustic cabins, a campground, a separate campground for equestrians, and a lodge with good countr

  • 12 miles
  • Patterson, MO

Spring Branch Trail

Spring Branch Trail is a .8 mile gravel surfaced walking trail the meanders through a wooded bottom land that follows in part along the banks of Rock creek.

  • 0.8 miles
  • Imperial, MO

The Ozark Trail: Blair Creek Section

This was one of the first new trail sections of the OT. It passes through the Roger Pryor Backcountry on its way to the Current River at Owls Bend.

  • 26 miles
  • Bunker, MO

The Ozark Trail: Karkaghne Section

This section is 28 miles long. There is a pretty good gap without water sources between Bee Fork and Grasshopper Hollow, so water planning is important.

  • 28 miles
  • Black, MO

The Ozark Trail: Middle Fork Section

The newest section of the Ozark Trail was completed in November of 2005. It connects with the Trace Creek section just northeast of Highway 32 and runs about 24 miles to the Karkaghne section at Highway J.

  • 24 miles
  • Black, MO

West Tyson County Park

Nice St. Louis County Park located just east of Eureka off Lewis Road. Trails are well kept that run through woods up and down bluffs. The Chubb Trail trail head is also located in the park.

  • 4 miles
  • Eureka, MO

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