The TransAmerica Trail
The TransAmerica Trail is a bicycle route that begins in Astoria OR and ends on the Chesapeake Bay at Yorktown VA. Fair Grove is located at about the mid-point of the Trail and plays host to many riders the year round as they travel through the beautiful Ozarks. We usually observe riders traveling from east to west, but regardless of the direction you ride you're welcome here.
Fair Grove is located on the ninth section of the Trail which extends from Girard KS to Murphysboro IL.
Some of the amenities we offer are:
- Free overnight camping next to historic Wommack Mill
- Free hot showers
- Free electricity to charge your phones
- Restaurants close to the camping, including Hilltop Pizza and L's Diner
- Grocery store, pharmacy and convenience stores
- Friendly people who are used to seeing bikes in the area
Fair Grove is marked with a white star on this map.
Additional resources and information can be found at:
Adventure Cycling is the authoritative source for all information about the TransAmerica Bike Trail.
MoDOT Bicycle Pedestrian Program This is the official State of Missouri bike information site. Fair Grove is in the Springfield or Southwest region. There is a lot of information on this page, including a link to traffic volume maps. In general, the daily traffic volume on the TransAmerica trail in the immediate Fair Grove area ranges from 400 - 1200 vehicles a day.