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Carl Jct. Ruby Jack Phase 3

07/14/2015 17:22
Phase 3 of the Ruby Jack trail began construction in Summer 2015.  This 2 mile section is within Carl Jct.  This will give us 10 miles complete on the Ruby Jack with 6 miles left to go.   Financining by Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the Joplin Trails Coalition and our...

Ruby Jack Trail Upgrades

08/18/2014 08:36


07/27/2014 11:03

Hiking, biking trail in Springfield to be upgraded

03/31/2014 08:07
March 27, 2014 Hiking, biking trail in Springfield to be upgraded From The Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Twenty years after the Frisco Highline hiking and biking trail opened, supporters are discussing ways to renovate the 35-mile trail between Springfield and Bolivar. The trail, built...

Walnut Bottoms on Facebook

02/14/2014 07:02

Trail Run offers locals chance to see potential

02/14/2014 06:39
Just north of Carthage is a 27-acre area of potential. The floodplain where North Garrison Avenue forks with Spring River is known as Walnut Bottoms. The area is underdeveloped, and Brady Beckham is excited to host an event there in March to raise funds to develop a trail for mountain biking,...

A Note on Horses

01/28/2014 09:56
Horses are allowed on the Frisco and the Ruby Jack.  We ask that horses be walked.  Any speed above a walking speed effects the trail surface for the worst.  Please walk horses.

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12/30/2013 18:44

Work Day Dec 28th, 10am on the Frisco, St Louis and Zora

12/26/2013 09:21
The recent ice storm has left some fallen & dangling limbs along the Frisco Greenway Trail, mainly between St. Louis Ave and the Turkey Creek bridge.   For safety's sake, it would be a good idea to remove the debris & hazards pretty soon. Accordingly, a work session has been...

Update On Rail-Trails In Cherokee County

10/24/2013 06:39
Steve and Cathy Bolek of Baxter Springs are in the process of refining their proposal to develop a network of trails in Cherokee County. Phase I would now encompass creating a two-mile loop trail primarily using two abandoned rail corridors within Baxter Springs. It would also involve building a...
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