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Bicentennial Park Multiuse Trail

Intermediate
 2.0 (16)

This could be a nice trail, with some work.


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6.9

Miles

11.0

KM

Singletrack

1,257' 383 m

High

1,127' 344 m

Low

488' 149 m

Up

488' 149 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (6°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Family Friendly A nice, scenic trail.

Description

This is a shared trail used by horseback riders, but it is very nice. Start from the north end of the parking lot, follow the little arrow trail markers. You'll pass some old buildings and foundations which are remnants of the Fort Crowder days of WWII. After almost 7 miles, you'll finish on the south side of the parking area near the bathroom.

Driving Directions:
In Neosho at the junction of Business 71 and Highway 59/60, take 59/60 east to Oak Ridge Extension, then south to Burr Crossing Road, then east to Landis Road. Continue east on Landis to Doniphan Drive, then south to area parking lots.

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Shared By:

Jeff Chase

Trail Ratings

  2.0 from 16 votes

#29679

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  2.0 from 16 votes
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Trail Rankings

#411

in Missouri

#29,679

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Another old foundation.
Jan 1, 2016 near Neosho, MO
Fat Tire.
Jan 1, 2016 near Neosho, MO
Bridge through house
Jan 1, 2016 near Neosho, MO
Nice log ramp feature.
Jan 1, 2016 near Neosho, MO
Camo building
Jan 1, 2016 near Neosho, MO
Old house
Jan 1, 2016 near Neosho, MO

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Sep 8, 2020
Morgan Henson
Surprised how truly terrible this potentially amazing trail was today. so many downed trees beyond the normal...not to mention the spider convention! 5.1mi
Jan 5, 2019
Robert Gammons
2.6mi
Sep 22, 2018
Michael Keaton
Rode north half. Trail needs some love.
Mar 24, 2018
Brock Renken
Rocky in areas but overall the trail has a few nice lines. If your looking for trails close to joplin it’s worth the drive down. 6.2mi
Aug 20, 2017
Adam Carsey
Used the fire road in the back section, but I'm sure it's more of the same. 5.4mi
Jul 16, 2017
James Brow
Apr 15, 2017
Aaron Mayfield
Some kind stranger has removed the downed trees. The whole trail can be ridden through without stopping now.
Apr 8, 2017
Aaron Mayfield
One tree down. A bit rocky and thorny in spots, but hey, welcome to Missouri. Still an enjoyable trail. 14.5mi