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To establish the City of Pacific as a Trail Head to a system of multi-use recreational river front and community trails fostering local tourism, regional economic development and healthier lifestyle opportunities for area citizens,

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Pacific Palisades Boat Ramp.  Meramec river access is located east of the Meramec River and is completely in St. Louis County. The permanent ramp provides stream access and a convenient area for fishing, including bass, catfish, crappie, sunfish, walley and drum. The Conservation Area is located west and south of the Meramec River and is predominately in Jefferson County.

Eagle Sighting. In addition to the occasional Bald Eagle, the Pacific Palisades Wildlife area is abundant with many birds and wildlife. More than 55 species of birds have been reported in and near this conservation area.




Liberty Field Park.  Located at 1st Street and Pacific Street in Pacific, MO. Features a lake, walking trails, equestrian trails, fishing, equestrian arena, tennis courts, basketball courts, soccer fields, baseball fields, a playground, and covered and uncovered picnic facilities.

Meramec River Crossing. The Magi Foundation is entering into an agreement with Franklin County Commission to work in a cooperative effort in the research and successful application of funding sources to provide for the eventual trail crossing of the Meramec River at a site yet to be determined.

Robertsville State Park. The Meramec River and Calvey Creek bound Roberstville State Park. Visitors enjoy boating, fishing, camping and picnic facilities.



Shaw Nature Reserve. Shaw Nature Reserve, on the Meramec River and about six miles south of the Missouri River is recognized for its beauty, wildlife and commitment to conservation and education. Part of the region known as the Ozark Border, visitors enjoy trails, replica prairies, woodlands and wetlands. Natural habitats provide a home for diverse wildlife and plant life.


Blackburn Park. High on the bluff overlooking West Osage Street, a Civil War replica cannon is located in Blackburn Park on top of Sandstone Mountain. Visitors experience a breathtaking view of the Meramec Valley. An historical plaque recounts Confederate General Sterling Price’s incursion into Franklin County during the Civil War.

Acknowledgement: Todd Streiler, Streiler Planning


Jensen’s Point. Once part of the Henry Shaw Gardenway, this overlook shelter is now on private property. It was dedicated to Lars Peter Jensen, who was, the manager of the Missouri Botanical Garden Arboretum at Gray Summit, Missouri.

Red Cedar Inn. Opened just after Prohibition ended in 1932, the Red Cedar Inn was a charming, full service restaurant.  Located at the edge of Pacific, Missouri, it is currently vacant. This landmark looks much like it did decades ago.



Box Culvert Underpass. An existing box culvert will be cleared of debris to allow trail users to cross under byway highway 66.


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