At the beginning of the pandemic we decided as a family to get outside and explore. Hiking is an activity that we enjoy doing together and was extra perfect for social distancing. We would occasionally see other people on the trails, but everyone has been really great about keeping 6 feet away. You may have read already about our various hikes on my Instagram HERE and our trip to St. Francois State Park, but I’m excited to feature more in detail where we decided to hike near St. Louis. Today I’m going to share with you all about the Myron and Sonya Glassberg Family Conservation Area. It’s definitely a must see!
Hike Near St. Louis: Glassberg Family Conservation Area Is A Must See
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Easy Hike Near St. Louis
The Myron and Sonya Glassberg Family Conservation Area is just a short drive from St. Louis located in Eureka, MO. It’s protected land of 429 acres has so many different things to see. The terrain varies and seriously feels like multiple locales in one! There are some rocky areas, small inclines and hills to climb, but overall is perfect for the entire family.
There are beautiful waterfalls and water features, too.
You’ll also find inspiring quotes and monuments…
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So important to teach our children.
Here’s a video of the water features you will find at Myron and Sonya Glassberg Family Conservation Area and also at some other parks close to St. Louis.
So many pretty places!
Definitely check out all of the other places to hike near St. Louis. So much fun for the entire family!
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