6/7/2014 | Table Rock State Park | Branson, MO
The Red Loop is 2.9 miles long and is one of four loops on the 11.75-mile White River Valley Trail System. The trail is a natural surface trail with an elevation change of about 120 feet. This loop runs through upland forest and creek bottom areas. There is a lot of exposed dolomite rock. There is a filtration pond located at the north end of the loop. This pond is designed to contain silt from the dam construction era and is a nice place to observe waterfowl and beavers.
Hike time: 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
This event is being held in conjunction with National Trails Day. For a complete list of events in Missouri State Parks celebrating National Trais Day, click here.