STIC - Stockton Trails Initiative Coalition
Stockton Lake Corps Trails
Trail begins just west of the Corps of Engineers Office on Lake Stockton dam and meanders through woods.
Natural, wood much and pavement surfaces.
Crabtree Cove Trail (trailhead marker) - 1.6 Mile Trail (one way) with two additional loops. Quarry Loop, a 0.9 mile loop and Overlook Loop, a 0.7 mile loop. Easy terrain with parking at both ends of trail. Good for hiking and trail biking.
Limestone aggregate surface.
Rudledge Bluff Overlook Trail (multi-use Equestrian/ Hiking/ Mtn. Biking) - Apprx 17 Mile Trail. Meanders between Orleans Trail Campgrounds(northern trailhead) and Hawker Point (southern trailhead). This trail is great for hiking or biking (no motorized vehicles allowed). Route is being changed to add almost another mile and take it under the Hwy 215 bridge for safety. There are several entry and exit points - look for trailhead markers.
NaturecationTrail - A .25 mile trail with interpretive tree and plant markers and an outdoor nature classroom - The Hendrickson Outdoor Nature Center. Trail partner includes Stockton School District.
Stockton State Park Trails
Red blazes. Gentle terrain that is easy to hike.
The trail runs between East and Wet campgrounds and does not make a complete loop. The park amphitheater is on the trail near the East Campground.
About 90 minute loop. Yellow Blazes.
Natural surface and gentle terrain. Good for hiking or trail biking.
Missouri Department of Conservation Trails
Hulston Mill/Timber Equestrian/Hiking Trail - Apprx. 18 mile Trail
Can loop or go out and back. This trail in on Missouri Department of Conservation Land and all rules and regulations apply.
Corry Branch Glade - 1.1 Mile Loop
"Weedwhack" natural trail with small stream to cross at times.
Easy hiking in open grasslands, glades and open fields.
FOR TRAIL LOCATIONS & DETAILS - SEE STOCKTON AREA TRAILS MAP
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