Take a Trip to Cuivre River State Park

At Cuivre River State Park you can take in the sweeping views, set up camp, go swimming and fishing, and visit American Indian campsites and burail grounds. Spend some time at Lincoln Hills Natural Area–the park’s crown jewel.

Visit Cuivre River State Park

Cuivre River State Park consists of more than 6,400 acres centered on Big Sugar Creek, a tributary of Cuivre River. A dozen different hiking, backpacking, biking, and equestrian trails total some thirty-five miles make this park a great place to visit.

20 Best Hiking & Biking Trails

Spring is here. Who’s ready to ramble? Here are 20 trails to explore by hiking or biking in Missouri. One takes you past elk and bison. Another is the Katy Trails' little sister. Several guide you along babbling creeks or the big rivers.