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Explore the best rated trails in Springfield, MO, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Table Rock Lakeshore Trail and Ward Branch Greenway . With more than 12 trails covering 78 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Short little paved trail in amongst bigs hills in Branson. The trail itself is not in traffic, but getting to the trail…whew…big hills and lots of traffic.
We found no way to connect with another trail and a narrow bridge (2 lane car bridge without and bike lane or walkway) crosses the river. Nicely surfaced path rides alongside the river.
Nice trail for a short bike ride, good asphalt or concrete surfaces, wide enough to pass walkers. Trail appeared to have ways to connect easily with other trails.
Great trail. I started at lost hill trailhead and went west. There were even 2 port-a-John’s there. The trail was either blacktop or cement at least 7’ wide. Mileage markets every tenth of a mile. Very enjoyable, and well groomed. Great discovery near my hotel!
If you are heading south on the trail from Bolivar when you pass 120 rd about a Quater mile 2 dogs will attack you. I will not ride that way again. Its safer on 13 highway
Started in Springfield. Rode 12.5 miles before turning around. Well maintained trail. First 8 miles paved then gravel. Trail mostly lush and shaded. Several places to eat along the paved path.
For a bike trail in the middle of a city built on a thousand hills, this was a pretty nice, short trail!
Well maintained and beautiful. The leaves were colorful and fall is in full swing. Saw a noisy chipmunk and a few squirrels.
Beautiful scenery, plenty of shade & paved!
Parked at Taj's trailhead. Started up the hill going north. At the top of the hill there is a gate with a large padlock on it. I could go no further unless I were to lift my bicycle over the gate.
Cute little trail and it’s all paved