Western Greenway - Hamilton Carr Trail

Missouri

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Western Greenway - Hamilton Carr Trail Facts

States: Missouri
Counties: St. Louis
Length: 1.5 miles
Trail end points: Meramec Greenway Trail at Grand Ave. and Woods Rd. and SR 109
Trail surfaces: Asphalt
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6611887
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Western Greenway - Hamilton Carr Trail Description

The Hamilton Carr Trail begins off Woods Road in Rockwoods Reservation, a state forest and wildlife conservation area that offers hiking trails, picnic areas, caves and interesting rock formations. The trail continues south along State Route 109, past the La Salle Retreat Center. After passing the campus, the trail enters a wooded area on its way to the shores of the Meramec River. At its southern end, the pathway connects with the Meramec Greenway Trail, taking travelers east through several parks.

Parking and Trail Access

A parking lot is available off Grand Avenue at the southern end of the trail.

Western Greenway - Hamilton Carr Trail Reviews

Great feeder trail

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Beautiful trail that is a great connector trail.

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