Washington State Park has a variety of hiking options, from easy strolls to power hikes. The Rockywood trail is just one of three. This six-mile trail features caves, nice vistas and two-thirds of Missouri’s known petroglyphs. It also features a backpack camp a third of the way along the trail. At the camp, hikers are asked to “leave no trace,” meaning fires are not allowed. Come back when it’s warm and enjoy swimming and fishing with easy access to the Big River.