One of the great things about Liberty is the variety of walking trails! If you are wanting to get a good workout in, take a leisurely walk or even just get a change of scenery, Liberty has the trail for you!
Cates Creek Greenway – 2030 Southview Dr., Liberty MO 64068
If you’re in the mood for an easy walk, Cates Creek Greenway is what you’re looking for. This two-mile, linear trail is fully paved. It’s perfectly parallel with 291 highway, so you won’t be too deep into the wilderness. Walk alone or walk with a group – it’s wide enough for everyone!
Clay Ridge Park – 1871 Mourning Dove Dr., Liberty, MO 64068
This trail is perfect for those taking young children along for the walk. Having a playground and a gazebo rest stop, there are plenty of opportunities to take a break! Clay Ridge Park trial is a 1/4 mile and is covered in asphalt – perfect for learning how to ride a bike!
Stocksdale Park – 901 S. Lafrenz Rd., Liberty, MO 64068
For those looking to amp up their exercise routine and get more immersed in nature, Stocksdale Park is calling your name! There are two natural surface (unpaved) trails to pick from - a 1 mile loop or a 5.5 mile loop. Bring your dog, your mountain bike or just yourself! Hike through Stocksdale Park and take in the scenery! This park also features an 18-hole disc golf course that makes a great walk through the entire park.
Westboro/Canterbury Greenway – 1400 Canterbury Ln, Liberty, MO 64068
With a Pickleball court and a playground along this trail, Westboro/Canterbury Greenway is the place to go if you’re wanting to break up your exercise. This two-mile loop trail is fully paved and rated easy/moderate. Take a leisurely stroll or push yourself with a jog – either way, make sure you’re enjoying yourself!
Capitol Federal® Sports Complex – 2200 Old 210 Hwy, Liberty, MO 64068
Capitols Federal® Sports Complex is the second longest walking trail here in Liberty, stretching 2.25 miles! Great for biking, hiking or even running! This trail is rated easy and is good for all ages. If you're looking for a trail away from the city, this is the one for you.
Whether you’re running, walking or biking, enjoy the trails Liberty has to offer! All trails are open 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. daily. For a full list of trails in Liberty, visit the Liberty Parks & Rec’s website.