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30 Trails - 30 Minutes

The Adventure Starts Here


Did you know that St. Louis County Parks offers a program devoted to promoting fun, family, and a healthy lifestyle? Our 30/30 Hikes Program designates 30 trails all over the St. Louis County area that take approximately 30 minutes to complete. So getting in your daily 30 minutes of physical activity isn’t just easy, it’s exciting! At the beginning of every trail, hikers will find a 30/30 Hike sign that corresponds with a free map.

These maps highlight your suggested 30 minute route, mileage of the route, and detail specific natural features of your chosen park.

To make your hike that much more enjoyable, St. Louis County Parks offers a punch card available at any 6 Recreation Complexes, the Clayton office, Faust Park or Laumeier Sculpture Park.  Or you can print your own from the link below. Be sure to punch your card at the 30/30 Hike signs at the beginning of every trail.

 Once all 30 are punched, you can exchange your punch card for a prize! By the end of your journey you will have obtained 15 hours of exercise, will have enjoyed 55 miles of St. Louis County Parks, and will have gained countless memories.

30/30 Hikes is perfect for friends, families, scouts, or just your daily dose of adventure. For more information, call (314) 615-8822.

 30 Trails - 30 Minutes, The Adventure Starts Here

Printable Punch Sheet


 

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Park Closings:

Closures due to flooding
(as of 6/19 7:35 am)

Portions of the Riverside Trails at Simpson Park remain covered with silt, sand and mud
Unger Park
Wideman Park
Sherman Beach Trails
Al Foster Trail
Chubb Trail

Most of the 5-mile loop at Cliff Cave Park is open except for the last 100’ on the West side that still has water on it 

T
he 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.