Old Chain of Rocks bridge

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Old Chain of Rocks Bridge

The Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, at 5,353 feet long, is one of the world's longest bicycle and pedestrian bridges. The Bridge spans the Mississippi River and provides a vital link in the bi-state trail system, connecting to the St. Louis Riverfront Trail in Missouri and the MCT Confluence Trail in Illinois. The Bridge, once part of the beloved Route 66, has a rich history and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Location:
10950 Riverview Drive, St Louis, MO 63137

Bridge Hours:
7 days a week; dawn to dusk

Free Parking:
Available at the Illinois Bridge entrance and at North Riverfront Park, south of the Bridge along the Riverfront Trail

Learn More at www.trailnet.org/p_ocorb.php

The Old Chain of Rocks Bridge connects to the Riverfront Trail in Missouri and the MCT Confluence Trail in Illinois providing cyclists with this much-needed bi-state link

The Old Chain of Rocks Bridge – open to bicyclists and pedestrians – is a great place for children to ride


The Old Chain of Rocks Bridge provides a great venue for bicycling with your family


Photo by David Hinkson


Children participating in the annual Companion Mississippi Mile race on the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge