Katy Trail to Heritage Museum
This segment of the Centennial Greenway stretches from the Katy Trail near the Page Avenue extension to the Heritage Museum in St. Charles County. There is also a .7 mile extension over Highways 364 and 94 so people can safely walk or ride a bike across these busy highways; connecting schools, neighborhoods, parks, and businesses to each other as well as other area attractions. They also connect the existing trail system to Wapelhorst Park in the City of St. Charles and Laurel Park in St. Peters.
This greenway offers a direct connection to the paved Creve Coeur Connector trail that takes you across the Missouri River and links up with the paved trails and other attractions in Creve Coeur County Park. You can use the Katy Trail to travel to Historic Downtown St. Charles and Frontier Park. You can also exit the KATY Trail at Olive Street and ride on the street to connect to the Boschert Greenway!Read More
The trailhead at the Katy Trail is located near the intersection of Highway 364 and Upper Bottom Road in St. Peters. If you live nearby, you may be able to walk to this greenway.
Each greenway is managed in cooperation with different municipalities and parks departments, who set the rules for greenway use, parking and hours of operation. Greenways often span multiple municipalities, so please be aware that these rules can change as you travel along the trail. Please be sure to follow all posted rules and regulations while you are living life outside!
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This greenway is accessible from the Katy Trail at mile marker 42.8.
This trail is not accessible via bus.
This trail is not accessible via Metrolink.
You can park at the trailhead at the Katy Trail located at the corner of Hemsath Road and South River Road. You can also park at the Heritage Museum in St. Charles County. Park in Creve Coeur County Park and use the Creve Coeur Connector to connect to the KATY Trail and Centennial Greenway.
Things To Do
You can fish on the Missouri River. You can also fish on the lake in Creve Coeur Park. You can connect to Creve Coeur Park by crossing the Missouri River on Highway 364 using the separated bike and pedestrian crossing.
You can dine at the Creve Coeur Lakehouse Restaurant in Creve Coeur Park. You can connect to Creve Coeur Park by crossing the Missouri River on Highway 364 using the separated bike and pedestrian crossing.
You can splash in the water at the spray fountain in Creve Coeur Park. You can connect to Creve Coeur Park by crossing the Missouri River on Highway 364 using the separated bike and pedestrian crossing.
You can explore the wildlife in Creve Coeur Park. You can connect to Creve Coeur Park by crossing the Missouri River on Highway 364 using the separated bike and pedestrian crossing.
You can canoe or kayak in Creve Coeur Lake!
This section of greenway has a 2.7-mile asphalt trail that creates a vital link between the Katy Trail and St. Charles Heritage Museum Park. It also extends over Highways 364 and 94 so you can safely walk or ride a bike across these busy highways to get where you need to go. The greenway travels along Page Avenue and residential neighborhoods in St. Charles County. There are several flat stretches on this greenway, but there is a long, steady and moderately steep hill between Upper Bottom Road and the Heritage Museum. It also connects to the 4.7-mile paved Creve Coeur Connector trail which has a separated bike lane on the Page Avenue Extension Bridge; making it possible to walk, run or ride all the way from Heritage Park to Creve Coeur Park. You can also take the Katy Trail to explore historic Main Street in St. Charles and Frontier Park. For more information about the County Heritage Museum, click here.
Creve Coeur Connector trail links the Centennial Greenways in St.Charles County and St. Louis County; it also links to the Katy Trail
Centennial Greenway: Katy to Heritage trail in St. Charles County
Explore the various greenery and the wildlife
Creve Coeur Connector trail takes you across the Missouri River