St. Vincent Greenway

St. Vincent Park to UMSL to North Hanley MetroLink

This section of the St. Vincent Greenway takes you through the lush and shady grounds of St. Vincent County Park, across the rolling hills of the University of Missouri campus all the way to the North Hanley Metrolink Station.

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Getting Here

This greenway is located in Pagedale near the intersection of I-170 and St. Charles Rock Road. If you live nearby, there are several ways 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 connect to this greenway on your bike. Click one of the buttons above to plan your route with Google Maps.

You can access St. Vincent Park from the Rock Road Transit Center on the following buses: #2, #19, #32, #35, or #64. It is a 1.1 mile walk or bike ride to the Park. You can access this greenway at the North Hanley Transit Center on the following buses: #4, #34, #47, #49, #61, #76 or #77.

You can access this section of the St. Vincent Greenway from the Rock Road Station, North and South UMSL Stations and the North Hanley Station.

You can park at the St. Vincent Community Center.

Things To Do


Trail Info

3.63 Miles

The paved trail meanders through St. Vincent Park and the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus. The trail is mostly flat throughout the park, but the rolling hills found on the UMSL campus are remnants of its past life as the Bellerive Country Club golf course. It offers a nice mix of sun and shade.
The paved trail on the UMSL campus is known as the Wayne Goode Trail, named after the famed Missouri legislator. It ties together the north and south campuses along with St. Vincent County Park and the Ted Jones trail, which extends 2.2 miles north to Old Town Ferguson.
Visit the map on UMSL’s website  to see the trail’s route through the  campus. The paved trail provides a direct connection to two Metrolink stations, as well as an easy way to explore everything St. Vincent County Park has to offer.