Location The trail can be accessed at two (2) locations. The main trailhead is located at 777 Ridge Road on the parking lot of Ridge Meadows Elementary School. It can also be accessed from the Al Foster Memorial Trail 8/10 of a mile from the Al Foster Memorial Trailhead (located at 225 Grand Avenue, Wildwood, MO).
The current trail length is 2.3 miles.
The trail is a ten (10) foot wide asphalt surface. It is available for use by pedestrians and bicyclists. The Rock Hollow trail is one of the most attractive trails in the Region! It attracts users from all over the St. Louis area. From the trailhead, the trail is a downhill trek, all the way to the Al Foster Memorial Trail. The first 1/4 mile is noticeably steep, but the trail seems to level out as you proceed down the trail. There are benches at the side of the trail at intervals if you need a break. The Rock Hollow Trail is becoming an attractive park area for Memorial Benches. There are thirteen (13) wooden bridges along the trail and the scenery changes dynamically with the seasons. While anytime is beautiful on the trail, if you catch the Bluebell wild flowers blooming in the spring, it will become an unforgettable memory.
Parking is available at the Ridge Meadows Elementary School lot during school hours. There are parking spaces specifically for the trailhead.
Please note water and restrooms are not available and cellular telephone service along the trail is not dependable.
Al Foster Memorial Trailhead Al Foster Memorial Trailhead is located southwest of the terminus of the trail. Currently there are restroom facilities, sheltered picnic tables, and a parking lot. Please note water is not available.
Glencoe City Park Glencoe City Park is located .2 mile north of the Al Foster Memorial Trailhead. This park includes a playground facility, picnic amenities, a vault restroom facility and parking. Please note water is not available.
WF&P Miniature Railroad WF&P Miniature Railroad is loacted in close proximity to the trail and trailhead. This railroad system is a great way to experience and explore the area trail system.