Making Missouri State Parks stronger.

Katy Trail Bike/Ped Bridge
(Cole County)

The foundation partnered with multiple agencies and non-profit organizations to raise money for a pedestrian bridge over the Missouri River at Jefferson City. The bridge is the only pedestrian connection over the river between Boonville and Hermann. 

Don Robinson State Park (Franklin County)

The foundation worked with the estate of Don Robinson to process and dispose of donated land to build a maintenance endowment for the park. The foundation also paid for two trails to be built at the park.   

The Katy Trail Ride

The Missouri State Parks Foundation works with the state park system every June to hold the Katy Trail Ride, a fully supported five-day ride across the nation's largest rails-to-trails system, Katy Trail State Park.

Glamp Pin Oak
(Miller County)

The foundation partnered with the state park system to run registration and purchasing for a luxury camping experience at Lake of the Ozarks State Park. 

Route 66 Bridge Restoration
(St. Louis County)

The foundation has partnered with a number of non-profit organizations and state and local agencies to restore the historic bridge spanning the Meramec River at Route 66 State Park in Eureka. 

Rock Island Corridor

The foundation is working with Missouri State Parks and other agencies to facilitate the transfer of a 144.3 mile section of the former Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad that runs from Windsor to Beaufort from its current private ownership to the state parks system for the purposes of making it a trail.