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Jefferson Barracks Park

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Jefferson Barracks Park has real nice trails for riding. It has some good hills that are a good workout but not too exhausting. Whenever I''ve been there, it seems to not be so crowded with people, which makes it a real nice place because you don''t have to worry about coming up behind too many people. Sometimes you''ll see deer, which is really neat because you don''t have to go out to the country to see such wonderful nature. All the trails are blacktop and extremely smooth, and there are a couple of wooded trails that are dirt that goes through woods, but people usually walk these instead of riding, but I have seen people riding bikes, which is nice again because not any people to worry about. You see deer even more in these areas. Wait until fall - this place is gorgeous!
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Trail Directions
Take 270 south to Telegraph, make left, take Telegraph Rd to where it changes to Kingston(Telegraph forks off to the left, stay right), go about a mile and park entrance is on your right. You can get to it from 55 as well: take 55 north to Reavis Barracks Rd., go right, take Reavis Barracks Rd to Telegraph Rd, go left and take Telegraph Rd to Ripa and make a right. Take Ripa to Broadway and go right, take Broadway for a couple of blocks and park entrance will be on your left.
Trail Length
2.8 Miles
Trail Level
Trails for all skill levels
Trail Type
Paved Path
St. Louis
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