Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
St. Joe State Park
(Park Hills, Missouri)
One of the biggest off road vehicle parks in the mid west, you will find 23 miles of equestrian trails that are open to mountain bikers as well. There are also 11 miles of paved trails and many more miles of off road trails and dirt roads. Once again according to dirtworld.com, this may be the best riding in Missouri. They claim that the trails are not too technical but there is a wide range of terrain with a few steep sections. St. Joe is a little less than an hour drive from the cabins and campground at ArdPark.
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Council Bluff Trail
(Potosi, Missouri)
They say that the Council Bluff Lake Trail is one of the most beautiful trails in Missouri and is not for the faint of heart. Council Bluff Lake Recreation Area is a national forest facility that also connects to the Ozark Trail. It is just a short 30 minute drive from the cabins and campground at ArdPark.
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Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
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Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
Ozark Trail - Courtois Section
(Berryman to Steelville, Missouri)
The Courtois Section of the Ozark Trail employs the western part of the Berryman loop and 2 access points are very nearby. The southern trailhead is at Hazel Creek (10 miles from the cabins and campground at ArdPark) and the north entrance is via the Berryman Trail (6 miles). Part of the Ozark Trail transects the Huzzah Conservation Area where bicycling is permitted on service roads and roads open to vehicles. Be aware of the trickiness at the gravel road between "The Narrows" and the Berryman Trail. Heading west to east, be sure to make the first right past the low water bridge or you're in for a long ride to nowhere!
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Berryman Trail
(Berryman, Missouri)
According to dirtworld.com, The Berryman Trail is some of the finest single track in the Midwest. Having been to The Berryman Trail ourselves, we can attest to its challenging trails and awe inspiring scenery. Bicycling Magazine called it "the best singletrack East of the Rockies and West of the Appalachians." The Berryman Trail is also frequented by horseback riders and bikers are required to yield the right-of-way to them. Located just 6 miles from the cabins and campground at ArdPark, guests are sure to find this mountain biking trail a true paradise on earth.
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Huzzah Conservation Area
(Steelville, Missouri)
The Ozark Trail transects this conservation area comprising 6,000 plus acres and access to the Meramec River and the Huzzah and Courtois Creeks. The remains of the Scotia Furnance and Iron Works are located here as well. Bikers can ride on service roads and roads open to vehicle traffic. The Huzzah Conservation Area is just about 15 miles from the cabins and campground at ArdPark.
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Ozark Trail - Trace Creek Section
(Washington County, Missouri)
Trace Creek's northern trailhead is at Hazel Creek, just 10 miles from the cabins and campground at ArdPark. Bikers can expect to see dense hickory, oak and pine forests with deep, shady hallows and some ridges. The drive down Highway Y to reach Hazel Creek is also very scenic as it winds through Mark Twain National Forest. Trace Creek crosses several tributaries and the ever flowing Hazel Creek. Midway on the trail riders can access the 12 mile Council Bluff loop trail. To the north, Trace Creek connects to the Courtois Section of the Ozark Trail and to the south it meets the Taum Sauk Section. This trail also crosses Highways C, DD and 32 before ending at the south trailhead on Highway A. The north end of the Middle Fork Section of the Ozark Trail connects with Trace Creek.
Area Information and Map (OzarkTrail.com)
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Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
Mountain Biking, Biking, Bike Trails, Berryman Trail, Steelville, Missouri, Ozark Trail
Cabins Campground, Steelville Berryman Missouri, Pet Friendly Private Furnished Lodging Accommodations, Riverfront Primitive Camping, Mark Twain National Forest
Cabins Campground, Steelville Berryman Missouri, Pet Friendly Private Furnished Lodging Accommodations, Riverfront Primitive Camping, Mark Twain National Forest
Cabins, Campground, Steelville, Berryman, Missouri, Pet Friendly Private Furnished Lodging, Accommodations, Riverfront Primitive Camping, Mark Twain National Forest
Cabins Campground, Steelville Berryman Missouri, Pet Friendly Private Furnished Lodging Accommodations, Riverfront Primitive Camping, Mark Twain National Forest
Cabins, Campground, Steelville, Berryman, Missouri, Pet Friendly, Private Furnished Lodging Accommodations, Riverfront Primitive Camping, Mark Twain National Forest
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