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Bingham Waggoner Trail

The Bingham Waggoner Trail in Independence MO is a walking trail adjacent to the famous Bingham Waggoner estate or Bingham Waggoner home. The Bingham Waggoner trail is a 1/4 mile walking trail at 313 West Pacific, Independence MO.

What is the Bingham Waggoner estate and home?

The Bingham Waggoner home was built for John Lewis. In 1899, William H Wagoner remodeled the house extensively. In 1864, Bingham Waggoner estate was bought by George Caleb Bingham, a famous painter from Missouri. One of Mr. Bingham's infamous paintings was called "Order No. 11". The Santa Fe Trail originally ran along the east side of the Bingham Waggoner estate, later switching to the west side of the Bingham Waggoner estate.

Where is The Bingham Waggoner walking trail?

The Bingham Waggoner walking trail is located in the back of the stately house. To access the Bingham Waggoner trail, walk across the footbridge. The Bingham Waggoner trail is a hard surface trail with some mild inclines and is surrounded by the swales that were created by the wagon trains passing through the Bingham Waggoner property in the 1830's.

Bingham Waggoner Trail

Bingham Waggoner Trail