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Park Trails

at Wakonda State Park

Agate Lake Trail

  • Bicycling/Mountain Biking
  • Hiking

Length: 3.5 Miles View map

Agate Lake Trail allows additional access to the Agate Lake area. During waterfowl migration, trail users can expect to see thousands of waterfowl that flock to the lake. Canada geese, snow geese, mallards and many other species are commonly seen. The natural surface trail, which is suitable for mountain biking, shares a section with Jasper Lake Trail.

Length Estimated Hiking Time Type Blazes Trailhead
3.5 Miles 2 hours, 35 minutes Loop Blue 1) At the Agate Lake parking area; 2) At the parking area near the campground

Campground Trail

  • Bicycling/Mountain Biking
  • Hiking

Length: .40 Mile View map

Campground Trail connects the park’s campground to the Agate and Jasper lake areas of the park. With access to the lakes, it is an easy walk for a camper who wants to catch largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill or catfish for lunch. Deer are occasionally seen on this trail.

Length Estimated Hiking Time Type Blazes Trailhead
.40 Mile 20 minutes, one way Linear Red 1) At the Agate Lake parking area; 2) At the parking area near the campground

Jasper Lake Trail

  • Bicycling/Mountain Biking
  • Hiking

Length: 2 Miles View map

Jasper Lake Trail allows additional access to the Jasper Lake area. Birdwatchers will often see eastern bluebirds, Baltimore orioles and numerous kinds of waterfowl on this trail. The trail shares a section with Agate Lake Trail.

Length Estimated Hiking Time Type Blazes Trailhead
2 Miles 1 hour, 30 minutes Loop Yellow At the Jasper Lake parking area

Quartz Lake Trail

  • Bicycling/Mountain Biking
  • Hiking

Length: .30 Mile View map

Quartz Lake Trail allows additional access to the Quartz Lake area. Trail users are likely to see mourning doves and waterfowl such as great blue herons, mallards, snow geese and many other kinds of ducks and gulls. The natural surface trail, which is suitable for mountain biking, shares a trailhead with Sand Prairie and Agate Lake trails.

Length Estimated Hiking Time Type Blazes Trailhead
.30 Mile 10 minutes, one way Linear Orange 1) At the main Agate Lake parking area; 2) Along the road to Agate Lake southwest of the main lake parking area

Sand Prairie Trail

  • Bicycling/Mountain Biking
  • Hiking

Length: 1 Mile View map

Sand Prairie Trail allows additional access to the Agate Lake and sand prairie areas of the park. The sand prairie is a rare landscape in Missouri and home to many sand-loving plants such as sandgrass, sand dropseed, prairie sunflower and sand primrose. The natural surface trail, which is suitable for mountain biking, shares a trailhead and a section with Agate Lake Trail.

Length Estimated Hiking Time Type Blazes Trailhead
1 Mile 45 minutes, one way Linear Green At the Agate Lake parking area