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Chain of Rocks Bridge, Saint Louis

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  • My son has always loved bridges so we've seen a lot and I mean A LOT of bridges all over the US. This one ranks up there with some of the best for it's uniqueness, size, and historic significance. How...  more »
  • This long bridge is now open only to pedestrian and bike traffic. Years ago, cars could navigate the bend in the middle. Now, park your car on the Illinois side - there are far too many car break-ins ...  more »
  • Part of iconic Route 66, cool bridge. Easy access IL side, car park just front of the bridge. Maybe it is safer visit at day time. We visited about 9am no one else around.  more »
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  • What a nice place for a walk across the Mississippi River! This bridge was part of old Route 66 from 1930 to 1965. Plenty of photo ops! Signs tell the history. 1 mile one way across bridge. No restrooms on the Illinois side but there was a port-a-potty on the Missouri side at the time of this review. Port-a-potty was handicap approved. Park on the Illinois side as the Missouri side is closed to parking. Lots of trails to hike which is mostly flat so it's easy.
  • Off the beaten path fun. Dont just walk next to the Mississippi walk over it and enjoy route 66. Please note must be entered from Illinois side unless on bike or foot.
  • Where Route 66 crossed the Mississippi River. The bridge has been beautifully preserved as a car-free park. It's about a mile to cross it.
  • A unique outing and easy walk with great views and some history.
  • We often ride the Riverbend trails from Missouri through to Madison, Venice, Granite City and to the Arch. Great sights walking or riding across the Chain of Rocks bridge.