Missouri Greenway

Earth City Levee

A portion of the greenway along the Missouri River in Riverwoods Park is closed due to a washout from spring flooding. You can still enjoy the rest of the greenway in the park, but it is not a full loop at this time. Click here to view a map of the closure.

This section of the Missouri Greenway parallels the Missouri River in Bridgeton and Earth City. It offers stunning views of the Missouri River and Historic downtown St. Charles as it stretches between Highway 70 to Highway 370. There is a paved connection to a separated walking and biking lane on the 370 Discovery Bridge. You can walk or ride over the Missouri River and connect to the KATY Trail in St. Charles County.

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Getting Here

The trailhead in Riverwoods Park is located near the intersection of Earth City Parkway (Highway 141) and St. Charles Rock Road.

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.

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 can access this greenway via bus #34. Exit the bus at 13789 Rider Trail North stop. Then bike or walk approx. 22 minutes to Riverwoods Park.

You can not currently access this greenway via Metrolink.

Parking is available at the Trail head in Riverwoods Park and at the Highway 370 trailhead.

Things To Do


Trail Info

4.73 Miles

This 4.73-mile paved trail is mostly sunny with close to 3 miles of shade in the portion through Riverwoods Park. It is a quiet and peaceful trail tucked away along the Missouri River. It is a great trail for young children to ride their bikes or walk because it is flat and less crowded. It will appeal to anyone looking for a quiet, more rural paved trail for walking or bike riding. On the northern end of the greenway at 370, you can connect to a new separated walking and biking lane that will take you over the Missouri River where you can connect to the KATY Trail.