A Walk to the Wild Side.....is a walk for wildlife
Fundraising for the Wildlife Rescue Center is a Walk in the Park!
It is guaranteed natural fun for all Sunday, September 22, 2013 -- on the first day of fall.
The nature walk begins and ends at the Lone Wolf trailhead in Castlewood State Park.
Hike Time: 9:30 am to 11:00 am Wildlife Rescue Center Visit: 11:00 am -Noon
Walkers are guided on by local naturalist leaders. Upon completion of the nature walk, participants will enjoy farm to table refreshments and receive a behind-the-scenes tour of the animal care facility.
Encourage others to hike with you, please spread the word. Proceeds benefit the Wildlife Rescue Center.
Lone Wolf Hiking Trail:
This trail parallels River Scene Trail as it climbs the steep old Ridge Road to the top of the bluffs. Take in a view of the river valley before breaking away from the bluffs as the trail separates from River Scene Trail. Lone Wolf Trail descends through shaded, fern-covered hillsides before depositing visitors into the Kiefer Creek valley below. Lone Wolf Trail walk will follow the meanders of Kiefer Creek until returning to the trailhead. Lone Wolf Trail was named in honor of Castlewood's most notorious roadhouse tavern/speakeasy of the resort era. Visit the remains of the Lone Wolf Club today is a stone fire place and memories at the Wildlife Rescue Centre.
Castlewood State Park / Wildlife Rescue Center (View)
1128 New Ballwin Rd
Ballwin , MO 63021
|Minimum Age: 14|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|