This 0.3 mile gravel trail follows the perimeter of the open area in the center of this 11.6-acre park. The trail is bordered by woods and leads around the fishing pond. Sidewalks connect the trail with the picnic shelter, playground, and basketball court.
Park users can get exercise walking the quarter-mile trail that encircles the open space of the park and connects the playground, basketball court, and single table shelter. About 3/4 of the trail is concrete and 1/4 gravel. The park and trail loop can be accessed from Stanwood Dr., Bellingham Dr., or the sidewalk along Rte. K.
Address: 6900 Sinclair Rd.
0.25 mile loop, concrete and limestone
Located just east of the University of Missouri Veterinary Hospital, this 9-acre park preserves a heavily wooded natural area in the midst of urban development. Approximately 2/3 mile of dirt and gravel trail allows park users to enjoy the natural setting. Portions of the trail are relatively steep and are not considered wheelchair accessible. The park and trail may be accessed from Rockhill Rd., Wilson Ave., or Rollins S
Enjoy this wooded park via its 0.2-mile gravel trail. Benches along the trail enable park users to stop and enjoy the natural surroundings. Amenities include a shelter and playground in this 5.6 acre park.
Park users can enter the park from the sidewalk off of Murfreesboro Dr. and walk the gravel trail through the park on the east side of the playground. From this point, the trail heads west and ends at Freeport Way where trail users can walk on the sidewalk to loop back to the park.
Address: 5620 Murfreeboro Dr.
Park Trail (only) - 0.4 mile, limestone; Trail loop (includes sidewalk along street) - 0.6 mile, limestone and concrete
This gravel trail follows the park perimeter on the north side and connects to the sidewalk along Huntridge Dr. on the front of the park property. Users can enjoy both open areas and shady woods as they walk, run, bike, or wheel on this neighborhood park trail.
Address: 801 Huntridge Dr.
0.4 mile, limestone (loop includes concrete sidewalk)
Trails like the one in Lange Park are incorporated into park design to provide a place for park neighbors to get exercise by walking or jogging. Three times around the trail loop at Lange Park, which includes the sidewalk along Smiley Ln., makes a mile.
Address: 2011 Smiley Ln.
0.3, loop, gravel and concrete; 400 meter track, limestone
This gravel trail circles the pond and loops around the perimeter of the park. The trail routes around and connects all the park amenities - the pond, shelter, playground, basketball court and playfield.
A sidewalk from Garden Dr. leads east to the playground area. The sidewalk turns into a gravel trail at the bridge, travels east around the park, circling back west the length of the park, and leads back to Garden Dr.
A 0.25-mile walking trail meanders through the wooded area in Westwinds Park using two wooden bridges to cross a natural creek. Parts of the trail climb steep grades in the woods. The trail then becomes concrete as it circles around the playground and picnic shelter to the park entrance.