St Joe State Park

Park Hills, Missouri

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While some of the trails in the network at St. Joe are difficult for beginners, most of the maintained trails can be ridden by novices. The unofficial trails that traverse the park are more technical, and better suited to experienced riders who enjoy testing their bike handling skills. The trails include an 11-mile paved bike path for those who prefer an easy ride, very rugged and unmarked motorcycle trails, and a set of marked equestrian trails. These trails are located 5 miles west of Farmington.
Mountain Bike! Ozarks

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Mountain Bike! Ozarks

by Steve Henry (Menasha Ridge Press)

While some of the trails in the network at St. Joe are difficult for beginners, most of the maintained trails can be ridden by novices. The unofficial trails that traverse the park are more technical, and better suited to experienced riders who enjoy testing their bike handling skills.

The trails include an 11-mile paved bike path for those who prefer an easy ride, very rugged and unmarked motorcycle trails, and a set of marked equestrian trails. These trails are located 5 miles west of Farmington.

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

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Park Hills
Distance: 40
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Season: Riding in St. Joe State Park is good year-round, but spring and fall are the best seasons. Summer can be hot and humid, but you can beat the heat with a dip in Monsanto or Pim Lake.
Local Contacts: St. Joe State Park 573-431-1069
Local Maps: USGS Farmington, Flat River
Driving Directions: Directions to St. Joe State Park

Recent Trail Reviews

6/15/2009
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St. Joe State Park is one of Missouri’s largest state parks, boasting more than 8,000 acres of property and a 14-mile concrete trail for walking, jogging, rollerblading or biking... for full review and photos: http://smalltowngirlsguide.com/?p=540


8/4/2000
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This is a great place for biking. Some of the trails are fairly challenging. There are also many paved roads and trails to ride on. you just have to watch out for the offroading trucks.



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