Olde Towne Park

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Location: 1 Park Street, St. Peters, MO 63376 (map)

Olde Towne Park is St. Peters' original park. More than 100 years old, this park is still a favorite of the community, offering two ball diamonds, four horseshoe pits, two pavilions and a playground.

Located across the street from Olde Towne Park at 141 Gatty Drive is a two-story log cabin. The cabin was originally built and owned by Jacob Sattler around 1835 on a site near Belleau Creek Road.

In 1995, Sattler's descendants donated the cabin to the Olde Towne Association after it was scheduled to be razed in preparation for a new development.

The Association then kept the cabin in storage until 1999 when the City of St. Peters donated land on Gatty Road near Olde Towne Park as a new homestead. In 2004, the Old Town Association asked the City to take over the reconstruction of the cabin on the new site.

In December 2005 the Log Cabin officially opened with the first annual "Visit With Santa." This annual event provides families the opportunity to have their picture taken with Santa in a true historical setting.

Olde Towne Pavilions

Olde Towne Pavilion A

Maximum: 100 attendees

Currently closed for renovations until early August.

Olde Towne Pavilion COlde Towne Pavilion C

Maximum: 50 attendees

Olde Towne Park Pavilion C is located at the southwest corner of Olde Towne Park and has parking adjacent to the pavilion off Gatty Drive. It is a small pavilion with 4 picnic tables, electricity and 1 BBQ grill. Restrooms are approximately 950 feet from the pavilion. Reservations begin March 1st each year and pavilions may be reserved April through October of the current year.

Rent this pavilion online at Rec-Connect

Old Towne Park Map