You can find a printable copy of these tips here: Trail Safety Tips

Joplin Trails Coalition 

Celebrating More Than 29 Years

Established in 1991, the Joplin Trails Coalition has been giving back to the local community for the past 29 years.  With your help we have completed 15 miles of trail.  We have 4.5 miles left to complete on the Ruby Jack Trail.  We want to thank everyone for their support over the past 29 years and hope you will continue supporting JTC for the next 29 years.

 

 

Joplin Trails Coalition

 

The Joplin Trails Coalition is a group dedicated to creating and maintaining walking and biking trails in and around the Joplin, Webb City, Carthage, Oronogo and Carl Junction Missouri.  We currently have two trail projects: the Frisco Greenway Trail that runs through Joplin and Webb City, and the Ruby Jack Trail that goes from Carthage, MO through Oronogo, Carl Junction, and on to the Kansas State Line. Both of these trails are "Rails To Trails" projects, meaning they are former railroads that have been converted to multi-use trails. The trails are created and maintained via the hard work of several volunteers and generous donations from individuals and businesses throughout the community. We invite you to come and explore the trails in person and to get involved with the trails by joining the Joplin Trails Coalition, volunteering on trail work days, and by supporting our annual Route 66 Mother Road Bicycle Tour and the Maple Leaf Tour.