Earth City Levee Trail


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Earth City Levee Trail Facts

States: Missouri
Counties: St. Louis
Length: 3 miles
Trail end points: St. Charles Rock Road and I-70
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 8695967

Earth City Levee Trail Description

Earth City Levee Trail, which opened in June 2015, is part of a growing trail network called the Missouri River Greenway. It connects directly with the Riverwoods Trail in Bridgeton, forming a paved loop. Situated on top of a levee, the trail offers expansive views of the woodlands below.

The famed Katy Trail sits on the other bank of the Missouri River, in St. Charles county. Trail users can connect to the Katy Trail via the protected bike lane on SR 370.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking is available at the northern end of the trail at the trailhead near State Route 370. Another parking lot is available at the trailhead located off St. Charles Rock Road, just west of the Earth City Expressway/State Route 141.

Earth City Levee Trail Reviews

Great trail with kids

My Grandson and I had a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon on this trail. First we went towards the river, only to find a washed out dead end. So we went to the other end of parking lot and rode along the levee, into the shaded forest to the washed out dead end from the “other” side. Turned around and enjoyed every bit of the trail back to parking lot.

Earth City Levee

Hard to find the trail head for this place Found one off Mo Bottom Rd along 370. Noisy due to the traffic, but would be great for biking. Did spot an Eagle at the Trail head that took a round trip around the lake for show.

washed out ride

Nice pathway, beautiful tree lined path, however, as of October 2020 a big part of the trail was washed out. You can walk through the forest to get through but if you’re on bikes the sand makes it really difficult.


Nice Lil trail views of the Missouri River and the famous Ameristar casino a few hills but nothing major

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