Katy Trail State Park


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Katy Trail State Park


Location:From Saint Charles to Clinton.
Activities:Walking/hiking, mountain biking, bicycling; horseback riding permitted from the State Fairgrounds in Sedalia to Calhoun.
Special Features:Park is built on the former corridor of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas (MKT) Railroad, known as the "Katy." Much of the trail lies alongside the Missouri River, traveling through dense forests, wetlands, deep valleys, remnant prairies, open pastureland, and gently rolling farm fields. Trailheads are located about every 10 miles along the route.
Address:c/o Boonville Area Office
320 1st St
Boonville, MO 65233

Phone:660-882-8196
Phone: 800-334-6946;
Web: www.mostateparks.com/katytrail
Size: 225-mile linear park.

See other parks in Missouri.
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Outdoor enthusiasts can hike or bike along the longest non-motorized portion (185 miles) of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail via the Katy Trail State Park.
Taylor's pledge, the not-for-profit Coalition has now secured more than $365,000 in promised contributions - funds that would be used to help restore a railroad bridge over the Missouri River at Boonville, to become part of the Katy Trail State Park.