Missouri Greenway: Earth City Levee

The Earth City Levee portion of the Missouri Greenway is a 4.7-mile paved trail that stretches from I-70 in Earth City to Highway 370 in Bridgeton. Three miles of the greenway run through Riverwoods Park in Bridgeton. The trailhead in Riverwoods Park is located near the intersection of Earth City Parkway (Highway 141) and St. Charles Rock Road.

The greenway parallels the Missouri River and offers stunning views of both the river and Historic downtown St. Charles across the river.

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Latitude: 38.801417 Longitude: -90.47154 Elevation: 458 ft

Recreational Opportunities

This Earth City Levee Trail in the Missouri Greenway is a quiet and peaceful trail tucked away along the Missouri River. It is great for young children – who are either walking or riding their bikes – because it is flat and less crowded. It will appeal to anyone looking for a quiet, more rural paved trail for walking or bike riding.

The greenway offers shade in the portion that runs through Bridgeton’s Riverwoods Park. Visitors can enjoy the surrounding nature, including beautiful views of the river and the abundant wildlife found in the wetland forest. There are also restrooms, drinking fountains and picnic tables.

The portion of the greenway that runs along the Earth City Levee is perfect for those who want to take advantage of the sunshine and wide-open vistas as they walk or ride their bikes along the trail to the trailhead located just past the Highway 370 Bridge.

Seasons Accessible

The Missouri Greenway is open year-round. Please note that the trail is not plowed of snow or ice.


There is no fee to visit the greenway.

Accessibility Notes

The trail is mostly flat and accessible to wheelchairs. Please note that a portion of the trail washed away during flooding in Spring 2015. This short section of trail is unpaved.

Parking is available at the trailhead in Riverwoods Park and at the Highway 370 trailhead.

Restrooms and drinking fountains can be found in Riverwoods Park.

Pet Friendly Notes

Pets are welcome but must be kept on a leash.

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