Rock Island Trail Its Official

Dated: 01/20/2015

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It's official !!!  Cross-state Rock Island Trail is being quoted as "One of the great victories of the rail-trail movement over the past decade".

It was recently announced that Ameren is moving to railbank 145 miles of Rock Island Railroad corridor, creating a 210+ mile trail across Missouri, and interconnecting with the Katy Trail to create a 253 mile interconnected cross-state trail loop system across the state.

This is huge for those people who enjoy biking, running, walking and just enjoying natural.  This could be a new method of traveling to the lake and enjoying your vacation home or condo.

Click here to read the full article http://mobikefed.org/2014/11/cross-state-rock-island-trail-one-great-victories-rail-trail-movement-over-past-decade.


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