Afternoon hike at James A Reed Park, ~2.5 miles
The James A Reed hiking trail is a dirt and rock trail through the woods, so wear the right shoes and prepare however else you see fit for a short hike.
The hike should take less than 2 hours.
The hiking trail in the red-dotted route at the bottom right of the screenshot
Link to James A Reed map pdf – extra.mdc.mo.gov/documents/area_brochures/5501map.pdf
Google Maps direct link to meeting spot – goo.gl/maps/KRrUjoZ4t7q
Note – There are 2 entrances to the park. I recommend using the north entrance to the park (screenshot – prnt.sc/dexhzv). The south entrance is sometimes closed on the weekends. If Google Maps suggests the south entrance, it will automatically redirect the route once you enter the north gate.
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