Katy Trail State Park will be closed beginning Monday, December 5, 2016 from MM 229.2 at Hwy 65 to MM 230.8 at West 32nd Street in Sedalia due to maintenance work. There is NO detour available for this closure. The trail is scheduled to reopen on January 1, 2017.
Due to the wet conditions, Opossum Hollow Trail is temporarily closed to bicyclists and McAdoo Trail temporarily closed to equestrian users. All trails are opened to hikers.
Please be careful of debris, wet, or muddy areas of the trails. We anticipate reopening the trails for normal use which includes equestrian and bicycling on December 6th.
The park office at Graham Cave State Park is temporarily closed until Wednesday, Dec. 7 for the replacement of utility gas lines.
The Missouri American Indian Cultural Center will be closed Dec. 10-11, 2016. It will reopen as usual on Dec. 17.
Katy Trail State Park will be closed beginning Monday, November 28, 2016 from MM 221.2 at Hwy O to MM 224.4 at Griessen Road due to maintenance work. There is no detour available for this closure. The trail is anticipated to reopen on Wednesday, December 7, 2016.
The park office is temporarily closed until further notice.
Drinking fountains in public day use areas are turned off for the winter season. Drinking water is still available in the restrooms at the visitor center and at a frost-free spigot at the maintenance area.
The section of Katy Trail State Park from Griessen Road to Boonville Street in Sedalia will be closed beginning Monday, November 14, 2016 until further notice. Cyclist will need to use the road route provided below to connect from Griessen Road to the Sedalia Depot.
The vault toilet in the Buteo Day Use Area and Showerhouse 1 in the campground are temporarily closed to allow for removal and preparation of a new vault toilet and restroom/showerhouse.
The following parks will be closed on the specified dates...
Beginning Nov. 15, all water spigots in Trail of Tears State Park will be turned off to allow for repairs to the water line until further notice. Campers and visitors will have no access to water during this time, and should plan accordingly.
Several of the modern restrooms at trailheads with this amenity have been winterized and closed for the season. It is anticipated those will reopen April 1, 2017. All vault toilets will remain open over winter. Additionally, portable toilets have been placed at several of the winterized trailheads as a convenience to trail users.
Below is a list of trailheads with restrooms that remain open, and a list of trailheads with restrooms that are closed.
Campground 2 will be closed Oct. 3-Dec. 31, 2016, to allow for removal of the showerhouse and construction of its replacement.
During this time, Campground 1 will remain open and available for reservation.
Due to a water issue, drinking water and restrooms are temporarily unavailable at Elephant Rocks State Park.
The following areas are currently affected by flood or storm damage. Trail users should exercise caution and be alert for work crews using heavy equipment while repairs are underway.
Closed to all access
-- from MM 34 to MM 36 (east of St. Charles) (effective Dec. 26, 2015)