Ft Crowder Conservation Area

Neosho, Missouri

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Ft. Crowder Wildlife Area is a 2,300-acre tract of land covered with a scenic combination of prairie and mixed hardwood forest. It's a perfect place for beginners, sporting smooth surfaces and easy grades on smooth double-track through the forest and prairie. Benches are scattered around the trail system, inviting you to take a break and enjoy the quiet woods and grasslands. After the ride, pedal or walk over to Gibson Spring. It seeps out of the base of a low bluff in the north end of the trail system. Next to some grassy flats shaded by hardwoods, it’s a great place for a post-ride picnic.
Mountain Bike! Ozarks

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Mountain Bike! Ozarks

by Steve Henry (Menasha Ridge Press)

Ft. Crowder Wildlife Area is a 2,300-acre tract of land covered with a scenic combination of prairie and mixed hardwood forest. It's a perfect place for beginners, sporting smooth surfaces and easy grades on smooth double-track through the forest and prairie. Benches are scattered around the trail system, inviting you to take a break and enjoy the quiet woods and grasslands.

After the ride, pedal or walk over to Gibson Spring. It seeps out of the base of a low bluff in the north end of the trail system. Next to some grassy flats shaded by hardwoods, it’s a great place for a post-ride picnic.

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

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Neosho
Distance: 11
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Season: Spring and fall are the best times to ride in Missouri, but good riding days occur year-round. With its easy trails, you could get out of Ft. Chowder quickly if you decided it was too hot or cold.
Local Contacts: Missouri Department of Conservation 417-895-6880
Local Maps: USGS Neosho East
Driving Directions: Directions to Ft. Crowder Conservation Area

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