Ozark Greenways

Fulbright Spring Greenway (formerly South Dry Sac)

NEWS FLASH: A new one-mile trail section opened 4/4/18, heading east from David C. Murray Trailhead! One more section remains, in order to reach Lost Hill Park! 

ALERT: The gravel road/trail connecting Sac River Mountain Bike Trail, Ritter Springs Park, and Fulbright Spring Greenway is closed indefinitely.

South Dry Sac Greenway is now called "Fulbright Spring Greenway". This gorgeous trail has three open segments: One mile from Ritter Springs Park going east underneath Highway 13 to David C. Murray Trailhead; 1.5-miles from Lost Hill Park to Truman Elementary School; and 1/4-mile at The Watershed Center at Valley Water Mill. We plan for these sections to eventually connect.

Ritter Springs Park 
Sac River Mountain Bike Trail 
- David C. Murray Trailhead's Butterfield Overland Mail stagecoach crossing point and kiosks
Lost Hill Farm Park's historic white farmhouse, rock chicken barn, natural bridges and caves of which tours are given by the Park Board
The Watershed Center at Valley Water Mill Park has a beautiful lake and nature trail 
Valley Water Mill Park's Equestrian Center 

Parking & Trail Access

Ritter Springs Park 3683 W. FR 92,
Lost Hill Farm Park 4705 N. FR 151,
David C. Murray Trailhead 4769 N. FR 141,
Truman Elementary School 3850 N. FR 159,
Watershed Center 2400 E. Valley Water Mill,
Springfield-Greene Parks' Equestrian Center 4007 N. FR 171


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3 miles total


Mixed asphalt and concrete surface - Moderate inclines


Walkers, runners, bicyclists, in-line skaters, wheelchairs, baby strollers


Open during daylight hours only

Interactive Map

  • Gravel
  • Pavement
  • Mulch/Natural
  • Water
  • Bike Lanes
  • Shared Lane Markings
  • Signed Bike Route

Greenway Etiquette

  • Show courtesy, greenways are for all users.
  • Yield right-of-way to pedestrians.
  • Keep to the right (except to pass).
  • Always pass on the left and give ample room.
  • Before you pass a pedestrian or another bicyclist, slow down and either ring a bell or politely call out “passing on your left”.
  • Stay single file in congested conditions.
  • Ride at a safe speed and enjoy the view.
All Users
  • Share the greenway; be considerate  of all users.
  • Keep to the right side of the greenway.
  • If you stop, step off the greenway.
  • Turn down volume on earphones so that you can hear other greenway users.
  • Keep dogs on a leash and clean up after your pet.
  • Report trail hazards in Greene County to Springfield-Greene County Parks at 864-1049.
  • Call 911 to report crime.

We rely on the enthusiasm and financial support of the community.

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