Maps by MEPRD
Below is a list of all maps published by Metro East Park and Recreation District (MEPRD). Explore any of MEPRD's maps simply by clicking on the desired map name!
MEPRD's online trail map features numerous layers to include: bike trails, hiking trails, walking paths, existing trails, proposed trails, trails under construction, sidewalks, parking locations, restrooms, and parks. Additionally, the map features a find-me button, interactive layers, a measuring tool, print to pdf, and a search function.
MEPRD's online park map features many layers to include: park boundaries, park amenity locations, sidewalks, trails, and public bodies of water for recreational use. Additionally, the map features a find-me button, interactive layers, print to pdf, and a search function.
This map features every dog park in Madison and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. Click the individual icons for contact information, play area acreage, and a link for driving directions.
This animated map shows trail development over time since MEPRD's inception in 2000. Many of the trails shown were funded in part by MEPRD.
This map contains bicycle infrastructure plans by numerous public entities located throughout Madison and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. Each plan is shown in a different color and can be turned on or off within the interactive legend. This map shows a regional perspective of planned bicycle infrastructure.
This map shows a 1-mile buffer around each of the 300+ parks found throughout the Metro-East. 1 mile typically represents around a 15 minute walk. MEPRD's records reflect that 81% of Madison County residents and 84% of St. Clair County residents live 1 mile or less from a public park or greenspace.
In 2018, MEPRD started a monumental task of mapping every sidewalk located throughout Madison and St. Clair Counties in Illinois. When finished, more than 1,700 miles were mapped. This sidewalk data can now be found within MEPRD's park and trail maps. This particular map illustrates what communities have the most or least miles of sidewalks represented by the size of circle around the community. Click individual communities to see the specific mileage for each.
This map identifies the site amenities found at Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park, home of the Gateway Geyser and Mississippi River Overlook. The public park was developed by MEPRD utilizing donations provided by the Gateway Center of Metropolitan St. Louis. See the park's webpage for more information.
This map identifies the site amenities found at Metro East Park and Recreation District's trailhead located at 104 United Drive, Collinsville, IL. Amenities include trail parking, restrooms, drinking fountains, trail maps, a picnic table, and benches. Bike, blade, walk, or run from our facility! Our trailhead is conveniently located along the MCT Schoolhouse Trail.