Although Missouri isn’t on the ocean, you can still find some stunning boardwalks. Rather than being ocean-adjacent, our boardwalks help you cross marshes, creeks, rivers, and lakes. You’ll find a beautiful boardwalk trail in Missouri at Pershing State Park here in the Show Me State. This awesome trail will help you keep your feet dry while you take in stunning views of marshlands, Locust Creek, and Scout Lake. You’ll even have a chance to see some lovely historic bridges! This is also one of the most beautiful ADA-accessible trails in Missouri. Keep reading to find out more about this unique boardwalk trail.

The Locust Creek Boardwalk Trail in Pershing State Park is open year-round, and it’s beautiful to explore no matter the season. Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash. Before heading out, remember to have the right gear and to tell someone else where you’ll be and when you’ll be back. Have you taken this unique hike at Pershing State Park? Tell us about it in the comments!

Looking for more fantastic trails? I have quite a few favorites that can be found throughout the state!

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