Krug Park

Saint Joseph, Missouri

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Krug Park is a beautiful, diverse park in northwest St. Joseph. The five-plus trail system has come to pass, with beautiful hard-packed single-track winding over wooded hills in the northwestern part of the park. Though there are some steep sections, Krug Park's compact system of trails is great for riders of all skill levels. The trails are relatively smooth, and escape is easy if you decide the riding is too tough for you. While this is a wonderful place for beginners to learn to handle single-track, the trail is just challenging enough to keep expert riders whooping it up all afternoon. These trails are located in St. Joseph.
Mountain Bike! Ozarks

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Mountain Bike! Ozarks

by Steve Henry (Menasha Ridge Press)

Krug Park is a beautiful, diverse park in northwest St. Joseph. The five-plus trail system has come to pass, with beautiful hard-packed single-track winding over wooded hills in the northwestern part of the park. Though there are some steep sections, Krug Park's compact system of trails is great for riders of all skill levels.

The trails are relatively smooth, and escape is easy if you decide the riding is too tough for you. While this is a wonderful place for beginners to learn to handle single-track, the trail is just challenging enough to keep expert riders whooping it up all afternoon. These trails are located in St. Joseph.

©  Steve Henry/Menasha Ridge Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Saint Joseph
Distance: 5
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Season: This trail is a good ride any time of year. Much of the path is shaded, so it won't be too hot in summer. You can finish winter rides on this short trail before the cold gets to you.
Local Contacts: St. Joseph Department of Parks 816-271-5500
Local Maps: USGS St. Joseph North
Driving Directions: Directions to Krug Park

Recent Trail Reviews

11/2/2012
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Awesome trail only wish it was marked a little better than it is. the scenery is pretty good with the waterfall, and stream cascading through the trail.



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