Greensfelder Trail Building Day
Trail Day Details:

Date: Saturday, March 23, 2019 - 9am - 1pm

Location: Greensfelder Park, meet at Glassberg Shelter

Build Plans: This is the start of a brand new revitalization project for the Deer Run trail. We'll be adding nearly 2 miles of brand new sustainable multi-use trail to Deer Run to address fall-line and erosion issues. Look for additional details this spring.

Directions: Greensfelder Park, Allenton Rd. behind Six Flags. NOTE: Park at the Glassberg Shelter. See map below.

What to bring: Gloves, Sturdy shoes, eye protection, and something to drink on the trail.

Lunch will be provided by St. Louis County Parks.

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