Deer Creek Greenway

Deer Creek Park

Join us for a Community Meeting & Workshop on December 6, 2017 to discuss potential routes to connect Deer Creek Greenway to River des Peres Greenway. Click here for more details.

Construction to extend the Deer Creek Greenway from Deer Creek Park to Lorraine Davis Park is underway. Click here for more details.

This greenway is nestled between the cities of Maplewood, Brentwood and Webster Groves. It parallels Deer Creek and links together parks, businesses, neighborhoods and green space in the area surrounding the confluence of Deer and Shady Creeks.

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Amenities

parking

restrooms

playground

benches

tables

shelter

drinking water

trash

bike racks

Getting Here

The trailhead in Deer Creek Park is located just south of the intersection of Manchester Road and South Hanley Road. If you live nearby, you may be able to walk to this greenway.

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!

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You can access Deer Creek Greenway by riding on the shared traffic lanes heading South on Sutton Boulevard then West on Greenwood Boulevard and south again on Sussex Avenue. You then head West on Oxford Boulevard and the trailhead is located on the west side of Big Bend Boulevard.

You can take bus #68 to Deer Creek Greenway at Big Bend Blvd. and Oxford. Note: Deer Creek Park is on Laclede Station Rd.  The trailhead is at Big Bend near Oxford.)

You can access the Deer Creek Greenway from the Sunnen Station.

You can park in Deer Creek Park in Maplewood.

Things To Do

grill
play

Trail Info

0.7 Miles

This paved asphalt trail extends 0.6 miles between Deer Creek Park in Webster Groves and Maplewood to Big Bend Avenue. It links both parks, parallels the creek and offers a direct connection into the stores in Deer Creek Center. It is not typically very crowded, making this a great place for youngsters to learn how to ride a bike!