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Bluff View Park
- Bike Trail
- Equestrian Mounts
- Picnic Tables
- Trash Cans
This park is over one hundred (100) acres in size, and located on Old State Road, east of State Route 109. This park property is owned by St. Louis County and leased to the City of Wildwood for development. The property extends from Old State Road, south to the Meramec River, and provides one of the most spectacular views in the region of the Crescent Valley. The City and St. Louis County developed a parking lot and roadway area to provide access to an existing trail system that has been available for use since 2014. This trail is a natural-surface type that offers scenic views, challenging and sometimes strenuous climbs, but a fun and enjoyable outdoor experience for nature lovers. A different component of this park is that it has been designed for equestrian users as well as walkers, runners, bicyclists, and nature lovers.
Location: Access to Bluff View Park is via Old State Road. The entrance is 6/10ths of a mile east of the intersection of Highway 109 and Old State Road (1900 Old State Road).
Hours of Operation: Dawn to Dusk.
Parking: Parking is available past the gates, within Bluff View Park. Horse trailer and vehicle parking are both available.
Amenities: Trash cans, picnic tables (to be installed), equestrian mounts.
Nearby Facilities: Access to Bluff View Trail (length 2.3 miles)
Other: Equestrian users should be aware the trail’s length is 2.3 miles from the parking lot to the Al Foster Memorial Trail. Horses are not allowed on the Al Foster Memorial Trial, so this ride has an out-and-back distance of 4.6 miles.