Cuivre River State Park
|Cuivre River State Park|
|Missouri State Park|
Swimming area in Lincoln Lake
|Area||9.99 sq mi (26 km2)|
The Cuivre River State Park is located in northeastern Missouri, United States, east of Troy. The 6,393-acre (25.87 km2) park was established in 1946 and offers camping, fishing on Sugar Creek, swimming, and hiking.
In the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Project Administration developed the landscape as a federal recreation demonstration area. These projects built roads, bridges, group camps, and some hiking trails.
|Hamilton Hollow Trail||1 mile (1.6 km)|
|Frenchman's Bluff Trail||2 miles (3.2 km)|
|Cuivre River Trail||7 miles (11 km)|
|Big Sugar Creek Trail||7 miles (11 km)|
|Turkey Hollow Trail||1 mile (1.6 km)|
|Mossy Hill Trail||1 mile (1.6 km)|
|Lone Spring Trail||6 miles (9.7 km)|
|Lakeside Trail||4 miles (6.4 km)|
|Prairie Trail||.2 miles (0.32 km)|
|Blazing Star Trail||2 miles (3.2 km)|
- Henry, Steve (2nd ed., 2007). 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: St Louis: Including Sullivan, Potosi, and Farmington, pp. 100-02. Menasha Ridge Press.
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