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!
Greenways make Springfield even better!
Springfield has a network of trails and routes because of the support of Ozark Greenways members. We encourage you to join by donating online here, or through the mail.
All maps of the greenway trails, and on-street bike route network
Each year, we hold an annual membership meeting, Springfield's Bike to Work Week and a fall outdoor fundraising party. We also sponsor bicycle traffic skills classes throughout the year.
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.
TRAIL ALERT 9-26-18 Temporary weekday closures south of Mile 5 In the next few weeks, the City of Willard will install a new pipeline along the Frisco Highline Trail, south of Frisco Trail Mini Storage near Mile 5. A 1/8-mile section of the trail will periodically be closed dur…
Pictured in 2003: Monty Montgomery cooking up a delicious feast for over 500 people at the annual Ozark Greenways Adventure Race fundraiser, that he created and managed for 13 years! A Trail Legacy: Monty Montgomery (1943-2018) The Ozark Greenways family is deeply saddened by t…