Sioux Passage

17930 Old Jamestown Road
Saint Louis, MO 63034

212 acres

(click here for directions to the park)



The park land was purchased in 1965 with Bond Issue money. Sioux Passage was dedicated on October 29, 1967. The shelter and barbeque pit were constructed in July 1988 with 1986 bond issue funds. Sioux Passage Park is part of the Missouri River Greenway. The park is contiguous with Briscoe Park.



Horseback Riding Trails - Permitted only on designated trails with open riding allowed along the river. Horse trailer parking area is the gravel lot. (Bring your own horse, no horse rentals are available).



Fishing - Available along the Missouri River in accordance with Missouri Wildlife Code.

Winter Outdoor Sports - Sioux Passage is a designated Winter Sports area with snowmobiling, sled riding and cross-country skiing permitted.

Missouri River Access Missouri Department of Conservation’s boat ramp is accessible by driving through the park.



Sioux Passage Camping Amenities:

5 sites available for primitive camping only - no electric - water is available nearby at the restroom on site for campers. Each site has 3 picnic tables, 1 bbq pit, and a fire ring for campfires. No RV camping allowed, only tent camping. Access to the Missouri river is within the park with boat ramp. Bring your own firewood. Restroom on site to be used for inclement weather emergencies.

INVASIVE SPECIES ALERT: The river(s) at this park are known to be infested with Asian Carp. These fish can top 50 pounds and can leap 10 feet into the air when startled by boaters, which can cause serious injuries to passengers in moving boats and tear up gear. For more information, please click here (http://mdc.mo.gov/your-property/problem-plants-and-animals/invasive-animals/asian-carp-control)




Park Hours: 8 a.m. to one half hour past official sunset, 
except when reservations are issued.

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Park Closings:

Closures due to flooding
(as of 5/22 2:10pm)

Winter Park
Lower Buder Park
Simpson Park
Riverside Trails at Simpson Park
Unger Park
Lower Meramec Park
Wideman Park
Cliff Cave Five Mile Loop
Sherman Beach Trails
Al Foster Trail
Chubb Trail
Mississippi River Trail (JB)

All trails at Creve Coeur Park are open but there may still be some water and debris on parts of the trails so please be aware and careful. 

                 The Bottomland Trail along Grant's Trail was severely damaged during periods of heavy rain. For safety reasons, this short trail has been closed. Plans are being developed to relocate the trail away from Gravois Creek.

The east side of Cliff Cave Road including the field, River Bluff trail and Spring Valley trail are closed at Cliff Cave Park for Construction.