How many people use the Katy Trail in Missouri each year? - Missouri State Parks

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The Katy Trail State Park is an approximately 240-mile-long, 12-foot-wide (on average) linear park that meanders across the state of Missouri, touching dozens of small and large communities along the way.

This 22-year-old scenic rail-to-trail route was built for bicycling, hiking, walking and running, and attracts an estimated 400,000 visitors a year. . . .

Visitor counts were derived from automatic counters located along the length of the trail, which were calibrated through on-site physical counts of Katy Trail users.

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