Rock Bridge Memorial State Park
|Rock Bridge Memorial State Park|
|Missouri State Park|
The Devil's Icebox Boardwalk Trail near the natural bridge. Part of the formation collapsed in 2006, closing the trail under the natural bridge, and rerouting the boardwalk away from the natural bridge.
|Area||3.55 sq mi (9 km2)|
There are several excellent examples of karst landforms in the park including the rock bridge and Devil's Icebox cave located in the park.
Just minutes from Columbia, Rock Bridge Memorial State Park gives visitors the chance to scramble, hike and bicycle through a scenic environment – and lets them peek into Missouri’s underworld. The park contains some of the most popular hiking trails in the state and also offers solitude while hiking in the Gans Creek Wild Area. Visitors can also see a large cave system with its rock bridge, sinkholes, a spring and underground stream at the Devil's Icebox. You can explore Connor's Cave in the light of the opening for a taste of the underground world.
- "Rock Bridge Memorial State Park". Missouri State Parks a division of Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Retrieved 2013-12-16.
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