Meramec Greenway

Greentree Park to Arnold's Grove Park

There is a large amount of sand and flood debris left behind from recent flooding. Use caution in these areas.   (9/06/2019)

The lush canopy of trees makes it hard to believe this greenway is so close to Highways 44 and 141. You can walk or ride to three parks, go fishing or connect to existing trails. You can also play a round of golf or hit a few golf balls at the Family Golf and Learning Center on Marshall Road. In the summer and fall, you can catch a baseball or softball game at the Kirkwood Athletic Association across from Greentree Park.

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Amenities

parking

restrooms

playground

benches

tables

shelter

drinking water

trash

bike racks

Getting Here

The trailhead at Arnold’s Grove is located near Marshall Road and Meramec Station Road off of Highway 141.

Each greenway is managed in cooperation with different municipalities and parks departments, who set the rules for greenway use, parking and hours of operation. Greenways often span multiple municipalities, so please be aware that these rules can change as you travel along the trail. Please be sure to follow all posted rules and regulations while you are living life outside!

Click one of the buttons below to plan your route with Google Maps.

Legend

  • Future Greenway
  • Existing Greenway
  • Greenway Coming Soon
  • Other Trails

If you’re not too far from this greenway, you may be able to connect to it on your bike. Click one of the buttons above to plan your route with Google Maps.

You cannot currently access this greenway via bus.

 

You cannot currently access this greenway via Metrolink.

There are places for you to park at the trailhead at Arnold’s Grove on Meramec Station Road, Simpson Park, Meramec Landing Park and Greentree Park.

Things To Do

fish
wildlife
boat
grill
play

Trail Info

3.64 Miles

This 3.64-mile paved trail travels between Greentree Park in Kirkwood and the Arnold’s Grove trailhead atop the levee in the City of Valley Park. It is flat and shady with some up close views of the Meramec River. It is an ideal trail for new cyclists and we often recommend it for families with small children because of the shade, slower pace and many places to stop along the way.