Bear Creek Trail

Managed by Missouri State Parks


Bear Creek Trail is located in the floodplain of the Missouri River and is a good example of fairly common second-growth bottomland forest. It connects to Bear Creek and Missouri River and there are drop-offs at points along the trail. Many kinds of wildlife, including migratory songbirds, are commonly seen. The trail is accessed by crossing the Weston Bluffs Trail and the Burlington Northern Railway tracks. Caution should always be exercised in accessing this trail. The trail surface is natural surface, with occasional stones and tree roots in the trail walkway. The area is subject to standing water in the roadway as well as occasional flood events from the Missouri River.

Trailhead & GPS Location:
Western section of park – Missouri River;
39.39596, -94.89011

 

Address Park Address:
16600 Hwy. 45 North
Weston, MO 64098
Hours Hours: 7 AM to Sunset
URL Official Web URL: Click Here

Route Type Trail Type: Linear Trail
Distance Distance: 0.1 Mile
Elevation Elevation Gain: 9 ft
Surface Surface: Natural

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