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 Sept. 22.
The section of trail leading to the overlook on Trail of the Four Winds is temporarily closed for repairs to the overlook. The rest of the trail remains open.
Coyote Trail and the backpack camp are temporarily closed while bison are potentially in those areas.
The campground boat ramp is temporarily closed due to low water levels.
The boat ramps on U highway and 107 remain open.
The following areas are currently affected by flood or storm damage and not...
Trail users are advised to use caution between Pleasant Hill (MM 262.9) and Leeton (MM 227) due to numerous washouts and rough trail surface.
The fourth and third floors of Bollinger Mill will not be a part of the regular tour due to restoration work. Tours will include the second floor of the mill.
Park is temporarily closed until further notice due to flood damage.
The boat launch next to the host site is temporarily closed until further notice. The boat launch at the end of the campground point remains open.
Due to the reduced weight limit, RVs, travel trailers, buses, and 5th wheels are no longer permitted to use the Bramwell entrance to the park. Visitors with these vehicles must use either the main entrance from Hwy 64 or the south entrance from Hwy OO.
The courtesy dock by the boat launch is temporarily closed due to flooding.
The bike crossing at the pond spillway on White Connector 2 of the White River Valley Trail System currently is closed due to erosion. Trail users will need to use the stepping stones to cross the spillway.
Campgrounds 1, 2 and Equestrian are open. Equestrian campers should note there are some trail closures; check with park staff on arrival for more information.
Taking some simple precautions can help keep ticks off your body during your next outdoor adventure!
A cooperative effort to trap and collects ticks in Meramec State Park is under way by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS). The park and all its facilities remain open under normal on-season operations during the collection process.