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Rock Bridge Memorial State Park

5901 S Highway 163, Columbia, MO 65203-8915
+1 573-449-7402
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Devil's Icebox

Decided to take family for a walk to Devil's Icebox while they were visiting in August for the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Lots of walking!

We were in Kansas City for a business conference and stopped in Columbia on our way back to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mandy R
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Just minutes from Columbia, Rock Bridge Memorial State Park gives visitors the chance to scramble, hike and bicycle through a scenic environment – and lets them peek into Missouri’s underworld. The park contains some of the most popular hiking trails in the state and also offers solitude while hiking in the Gans Creek Wild Area. Visitors can also see a large cave system with its rock bridge, sinkholes, a spring and underground stream at the Devil's Icebox. You can explore Connor's Cave in the light of the opening for a taste of the underground world.
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5901 S Highway 163, Columbia, MO 65203-8915
+1 573-449-7402
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Decided to take family for a walk to Devil's Icebox while they were visiting in August for the eclipse. The walk can be steep at times, but very rewarding at the end. The kids loved the cave and the adults loved the cool-down.

Thank stuartp911
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were in Kansas City for a business conference and stopped in Columbia on our way back to Michigan. I had read the reviews and we found the northern entrance and parking. We didn't realize how far north and the terrain. We were trying to...More

Thank Mandy R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I came across some pictures of Devil's Icebox on Facebook and decided to check it out. Over Labor Day weekend I took the kids and we packed a lunch and headed out to the park. I was completely amazed with this place. The trails are...More

Thank Nicci M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Short (30 minutes) vigorous (steps, steps, steps) any kind of shoe (wood boardwalk) 1/2 mile trail that let's you see both Devil's icebox and Rock Bridge. Worth the stop if you are close and need to stretch your legs. Good place to walk the dog....More

1  Thank thomasRuthL
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Most state parks I've visited are well keep with tolerable out houses. Not this place! All, including the men's, we're so filthy they were unusable. This is not only my opinion but also a few others who walked in and immediately turned around. Another bummer...More

Thank Toni H
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

My wife and I love to hike and bike. Rock Bridge is great hiking. It provides nice rock trails and a very nice wooden trail that leads to Devil's Icebox. There are a lot of photo opportunities on all of these trails. Bring your flashlights...More

Thank Brandon D
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This park offered nice hiking trails and cave tours. It was very crowded but definitely worth the stop.

Thank amadkay01
Reviewed 9 August 2017

We went on a hike over the weekend. There were 5 adults and 7 children (ages 12-3). It was a easy hike everyone had fun and no accidents. The "cave" was fun for the boys to explore. This is a fun family day. The bathrooms...More

Thank Tracy E
Reviewed 2 August 2017

Living not far from the park maybe I'm biased but there's really a little something for everyone here. There are tons of trails and of course the highlight is the mostly boardwalk trail to Devil's Icebox. Very popular and a must-see for nature lovers or...More

Thank Zach S
Reviewed 13 July 2017

Nice boardwalk trail in very scenic area. You can walk under natural bridge but be prepared to get your feet wet. Good location not far from town.

Thank kaw07
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ned f
25 March 2015|
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Response from photojo13 | Reviewed this property |
There are campgrounds in the Columbia area but none in the immediate vicinity of RBSP.