Ozark Greenways

Director Terry Whaley is Retiring

Mary Kromrey Named New OG Director!

New Sculpture Walk on the Trail

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Citizens developing Springfield's greenway trail network for biking, walking, running and active transportation.

Springfield has 72 miles of greenways, and 81 miles of on-street bike routes!

There's something for everyone regardless of age, abilities or interests. Whether you're new to the trails and routes, or you stay up on the latest additions to the network, these facilties play a crucial role in our community's personal and environmental health, economic vitality and quality of life. We could go on and on about the benefits, from protecting our air and drinking water supply to addressing our obesity epidemic. Best of all? They're fun!

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Connecting people and places in Springfield since 1991

Greenways trails (also called "linear parks") preserved ribbons of nature throughout Springfield that typically follow stream corridors, and sometimes abandoned railroad right-of-way. These hard-surfaced paths have minimal grade and provide free public access for non-motorized uses; bicycling, walking, running, skating and wheelchair access.

Ozark Greenways is a public-private partnership working closely with both private supporters and governmental agencies in order to make Springfield's greenway trail network a reality. Planning, advocacy, fundraising, easement acquisition, construction, promotion, public education and urban forestry stewardship are all activities of Ozark Greenways.

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Galloway Trail Now Open at 60/65

It's been two long years of waiting, but the time is finally here - Galloway Creek Greenway is open again underneath the 60/65 highway interchange! MoDOT has concluded its highway construction project and this key trail connection has been reopened for cyclists, walkers and runn…

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Director Terry Whaley is Retiring!

Director Terry Whaley is Retiring on November 1, 2017! Mary Kromrey to Become New Director The years have flown by with Terry Whaley at the helm of Ozark Greenways the past 22 years, and the winds of change are blowing. We can hardly believe the time has come - Terry will retire…

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