This section of the Centennial Greenway stretches two miles along I-170, from Shaw Park in Clayton to Olive Blvd., and links together the communities of Clayton, University City, Ladue and Olivette. It connects to existing trails in Shaw Park, as well as into the Clayton on-street bike system, with street routes to downtown Clayton and Forest Park. The trail also links to Olivette’s on-street bike system on Old Bonhomme Road with a short distance to University City’s Ruth Porter Park.
This flat greenway is great for beginning cyclists. It provides an accessible way to connect to shopping, work, nature and outdoor recreation, making it easy to travel on foot or bike between parks, businesses, schools and neighborhoods.
It connects people who are walking or riding bikes to local companies such as Brown Shoe and Enterprise; as well as to the Ladue shopping district, the Downtown Clayton business district, the I-170 Delmar business district, Clayton High School and the Clayton Community Center.
Shaw Park features an aquatics center, playgrounds, and places to have a picnic. There is also a native plant restoration project in conjunction with Ameren underway on the property of Coinco, a business along the greenway. You can watch the progress as the seasons change.
The Centennial Greenway is open year-round. This section of greenway is plowed when it is snows.
FeesThere are no fees to visit the greenway.
The trail is mostly flat and accessible to wheelchairs.
Restrooms can be found in Shaw Park.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash.