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370 Lakeside Park

Come out to visit St. Peters' newest and biggest park. 370 Lakeside Park has a 140-acre recreational lake with camping, fishing, boating, hiking and biking, and more. Click here to watch a video about 370 Lakeside Park.

 

 


 

 


PLEASE NOTE: The lake is closed to boating and fishing during winter months -- December, January and February.

 


Lakeside Park Features

 

The Lakeside Park campground has 50 full-service RV sites right now, with primitive tent sites available. Learn more about the RV Park, or call 636-387-LAKE (5253).
  • Boat on the 140-acre lake. You can use the boat launch for your own watercraft, whether it's a paddle boat, kayak, canoe or any boat with an electric trolling motor (no gas engines, please).
*Nominal fishing and lake usage fees apply. All persons fishing or launching watercraft must check in at the RV/Ranger Station before accessing the water. The lake is closed to boating and fishing during winter (December through February).

 

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Fees


Learn about annual pass introductory rate.  (pdf file)

 

*A valid Resident Privilege Card or paid camping receipt must be presented to receive St. Peters resident rates.

 

Please note: All fees are subject to change. All persons fishing or launching watercraft must check in at the RV/Ranger Station before accessing the water. The lake is closed to boating and fishing during winter (December-February).

 

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Seasonal/Annual Pass Rules:

  • Archery Permit is valid Jan. 1 – Dec.r 31 each year.
  • Fishing/Lake Permit is valid March 1 – Nov. 30 of each year.
  • Permit must be worn and visible.
  • Permit fee will not be prorated.
  • Permit that is issued at time of purchase includes a waiver that is valid for the term of the pass.
  • Permit will not be replaced if lost or stolen – a new pass must be purchased.
  • City of St. Peters Park/Lake/Archery rules apply.
  • City of St. Peters Park/Lake/Archery rules are posted and enforced at all times.
  • City of St. Peters ordinances apply.
  • Permit privileges may be revoked if any of the above are violated.
  • Permit holder should be prepared to present a photo ID upon request.
  • Permit holder must present pass once per day at check-in station prior to use.
  • Park hours are sunrise to sunset.
  • Use of park amenities may be restricted due to special events, severe weather, maintenance, or other reasons as decided by the City.
  • Lake is closed to fishing and boating December through February.


Directions



 

CLICK TO DOWNLOAD A PRINTABLE MAP (pdf format)

 

370 Lakeside Park is located at 1000 Lakeside Park Drive. The park is accessible from the 370 Lakeside Park Dr./Truman Blvd. exit off Highway 370, north of I-70. (Highway 370 is a 12-mile highway that goes from I-70 at St. Peters in St. Charles County to Highway 270 at Hazelwood and Bridgeton in St. Louis County.)

 

IF YOU'RE HEADING EAST OR WEST ON I-70: Take exit 224 to access Highway 370. As you drive east on Highway 370, use Exit 2 to reach 370 Lakeside Park Dr. Turn left on Lakeside Park Drive, and head north to park entrance.

 

IF YOU'RE HEADING WEST ON 370: Exit from Highway 370 at Lakeside Park Drive, turn right and head north to park entrance.

 

IF YOU LIVE IN ST. PETERS: You can access 370 Lakeside Park by going north on Spencer Road or north on Cave Springs/Truman Rd. to Lakeside Park Drive. FROM TRUMAN: Take Truman north to Lakeside Park Drive directly into the park entrance. FROM SPENCER ROAD: Take Spencer Road north to Salt River Road. Turn right onto Salt River Road to Highway 370, and take Exit 2 on Highway 370 to reach Lakeside Park Drive. Turn left on Lakeside Park Drive, and head north to park entrance. FROM MID RIVERS MALL DRIVE: Take Mid Rivers Mall Drive north to Salt River Road. Turn right onto Salt River Road and head east to Highway 370. Take Exit 2 on Highway 370 to reach Lakeside Park Drive. Turn left on Lakeside Park Drive, and head north to park entrance. FROM SALT RIVER ROAD: Take Salt River Road east to Highway 370. Take Exit 2 on Highway 370 to reach Lakeside Park Drive. Turn left on Lakeside Park Drive, and head north to park entrance.

 

 

 

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Rules

 

DOWNLOAD A PDF DOCUMENT WITH CAMPGROUND, PARK AND LAKE RULES.

 

FISHING RULE--CATCH AND RELEASE

Bass, Blue Gill and Channel Catfish are on a Catch-and-Release Rule until further notice. Nominal fishing and lake usage fees apply. All persons fishing or launching watercraft at 370 Lakeside Park must check in at the RV/Ranger Station before accessing the water. The lake is closed to boating and fishing during the winter months of December, January and February.

 

 

 

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