Have you checked out the Wolf Creek Trail System? Did you know that there are almost 25 miles of family-friendly hiking and biking trails right in Poplar Bluff’s backyard?
The Wolf Creek Trail system was designed, constructed, and is maintained through a partnership between the United States Forest Service – Mark Twain National Forest, Poplar Bluff Parks and Recreation Department, and a hardworking group of supporters and volunteers known as the Friends of Wolf Creek.
Construction and purchase of trail amenities such as restrooms, signage, and parking lot gravel were funded via a grant from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources Recreational Trails Program.
If you haven’t been on the trail system, things just got easier.
The Poplar Bluff Ranger District of the Mark Twain National Forest recently teamed up with the Poplar Bluff Chamber of Commerce and the City of Poplar Bluff to fund and maintain brand new trailhead signage on Highway 67 just north of town. With support from the Missouri Department of Transportation, north and southbound visitors can now locate turnoffs along Highway 67 and easily navigate to the trailhead.