Old Town Florissant to Sunset Park
The Sunset Greenway is in north St. Louis County between the City of Florissant and the Missouri River. It meanders through the St. Ferdinand Shrine, St. Ferdinand Park and Historic Old Town Florissant all the way down the bluff to the Missouri River in Sunset Park.
In addition to beautiful views of the river, you can walk or ride your bike to enjoy shopping, dining and other businesses housed in charming historic buildings. There are rows of restored century homes along peaceful, tree-lined streets.
Click here to download a printable greenway adventure guide for the Sunset Greenway: Old Town Florissant to Sunset Park.
The trailhead at St. Ferdinand Park is located north of the intersection of I-270 and Lindbergh Boulevard (Highway 67) in Florissant. If you like to walk in St. Ferdinand park, give this greenway a try! 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. Check Google Maps to find the route that is right for you.
You can take buses #44, #45 or #174X to the corner of Patterson Road and Mullanphy Road where the greenway crosses Patterson Road. You can also take bus #47 to the corner of North Highway 67 and St. Ferdinand Street, which is the entrance to St. Ferdinand Park.
You cannot currently access this greenway via Metro.
You can park in the lots at St. Ferdinand Park and Sunset Park.
The Sunset Greenway has a 3.9-mile asphalt trail that extends from Sunset Park to Old Town Florissant. If you are lucky enough to watch the sun go down over the Missouri River in Sunset Park, you’ll know how the park got its name! Sunset Park is also home to the Sunset Nature Lodge.
This trail is mostly flat with both sun and shade. It has some steeper inclines in the section that takes you down to the river in Sunset Park.
This is why it's called Sunset Park!