Active Advisories

Jan 4, 2019 - Jan 7, 2020

Portions of White River Valley Trail will be closed during...

Oct 5, 2018 until further notice

Due to construction at the hatchery, Deer Leap Trail is temporarily closed from the spring...

Jul 18, 2018 until further notice

The following campsites are temporarily closed due to...

Feb 26, 2018 until further notice

Visitors to the Missouri State Museum should be aware of the following changes to building access due to building construction:

Dec 29, 2017 until further notice

Due to construction work, Eagle's Nest Trail is temporarily closed.

Oct 3, 2017 until further notice

Oumessourit Wetland Boardwalk Trail remains closed until ....

Jun 30, 2017 until further notice

Taking some simple precautions can help keep ticks off your body during your next outdoor adventure!

Nov 16, 2016 until further notice

The following locations have temporary detours in place...

Dec 26, 2015 until further notice

Bluff View Trail Spur remains closed due to flood and storm damage...

Dec 29, 2014 until further notice

While pets are allowed in most outdoor areas of the park, they are not allowed on the trail to the shut-Ins.  When in allowed areas, pets and their owners must comply with standard rules.

Dec 29, 2014 until further notice

Food and disposable containers are not allowed on the trail to the shut-ins. This includes disposable drink containers. Please plan ahead to have a non-disposable, drinking water container with you for your trip.

Oct 27, 2014 until further notice

The paved bicycle path from the campground to Guy Park Trailhead is closed to bicycles...

Apr 21, 2014 until further notice

Due to the unique and rare diversity of life preserved at Prairie State Park, pets are not...

Apr 15, 2013 until further notice

White-nose syndrome, a fungus that is fatal to bats but does not affect humans, is found throughout the eastern United States and Canada. ...

Jan 28, 2013 until further notice

Missouri’s forests are being threatened and you can help protect them. The emerald ash borer (EAB), an exotic beetle that has killed millions of ash trees in the northern, central and eastern United States, has been found in Missouri. The spread of EAB and other destructive forest pests has been .....

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