Explore a multi-use trail beginning in Warrensburg, that runs from Hale Lake Road up State Route DD. There are plans to add to the existing trail with a stretch through Knob Noster State Park and end near the entrance of Whiteman Air Force Base. The facility will extend nearly 12 miles when complete, increasing connectivity to the Katy Trail, and provide a safe place to ride for visitors, residents of Johnson County including students at the University of Central Missouri and the servicemen and women at WAFB.
Knob Noster State Park Trails
Knob Noster State Park is a tranquil retreat of open oak woodland with a few patches of prairie along both sides of the meandering Clearfork Creek. It’s a place for fishermen to wet a line, for mountain bikers, hikers and horseback riders to get some trail time, and for families to spend quality time together. The park also features an oxbow slough, which has been officially designated as Pin Oak Slough Natural Area.
Pertle Springs Trail
As you hike along the trails at Pertle Springs you join the thousands of others who have visited Pertle Springs for recreation since 1886.
Cave Hollow Park Trail
Home to Best Friends Dog Park, this is the perfect place to take a stroll along the wooded trail.
West Park Trail
Connected to the West Park sports complex, this one mile walking trail provides a relaxing environment for those who need to a break from the bleachers!
Marr Park Trail
Winding through the wooded park, this trail provides a great change of scenery offering shaded areas to keep cool.
Todd Hamann Trail
Wrapped around Lion's Lake, take a stroll and enjoy the scenery, or have a seat and rest at one the benches. If you visit during warm weather, you will get to see Bobbers, a public art piece.