Under the management of Great Rivers Greenway, the Missouri side of the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge will undergo several upgrades during 2023 to make the grounds more welcoming, improve safety, and allow more events.
How the River des Peres was transformed from an idyllic, meandering stream into a massive concrete chute that many believe to be a completely artificial creation, and what we are doing to change our relationship with the waterway.
The renovation of Gateway Arch National Park has introduced new ways to increase sustainability among the park’s partners.
The Metro East Park and Recreation District (MEPRD) is celebrating its 20th anniversary, marking an important milestone for the agency and its mission to develop a first-class, regional system of parks and interconnected trails.
Phase 6 of the Monarch-Chesterfield Levee Trail will create a 17-mile loop encircling Chesterfield Valley.
Growing nature connections, protections, and discovery in St. Louis and around the world.
Twenty years down the trail, the people continue to guide Great Rivers Greenway's work to build a vibrant, connected community.
Sometimes, two miles amounts to a lot more than two [...]
Don’t have time to get out to the backcountry? Try urban hiking, which is just a fancy way of saying hiking in the city. The St. Louis downtown is blessed with parks and public spaces crisscrossed with miles and miles of paved trails.
The mountains were calling last March, but I couldn’t go. [...]