North St. Louis County, Missouri

Wayne Goode Trail

Wayne Goode Trail

Length: 4.3 miles
Surface: Asphalt
Best for: Biking, Walking, Running
Parking: Yes
Restrooms: No

The Wayne Goode Trail on the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus ties the north and south campuses of the university and St. Vincent County Park with one another and the Ted Jones Trail, which leads to Old Town Ferguson.

The Wayne Goode Trail extends 4.3 miles from near the North Hanley metroLink station south to St. Charles Rock Road. The Ted Jones Trail extends 2.2 miles from the University of Missouri-St. Louis campus north to Old Town Ferguson.

The newest section of the trail, opened in September 2012, passes by the Wayne Goode statue on the UMSL campus, near the Millenium Student Center. From there it passes under a newly constructed tunnel and connects on to the Ted Jones Trail and the North Hanley MetroLink stop.

North of Natural Bridge, the trail may be distinguished from other paths by the distinctive terra cotta colored paver featuring the GRG logo and UMSL lettering in a concrete band on each side of the asphalt trail. See the map on UMSL’s website for a good visual of how the trail interfaces with campus buildings.

The south end of this trail connects to the 1.2-mile St. Vincent Park Trail in St. Vincent County Park.


Address - Wayne Goode Trail, St. Louis, MO, USA


North County Incorporated

8225 Florissant Rd., Suite 11
St. Louis, MO 63121
phone: (314) 895-6241


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