The City of St. Peters has an extensive parks system. Use the tabs below to learn more about our parks and the amenities they offer.
Brookmount Park offers 5 acres of peaceful, open park area along with a one-mile pedestrian trail and playground designed for toddlers and small children. Bring your little ones for fun on the Tikes and Trikes Roadway.
Brown Road Park features two football fields, a BMX Track, a concession stand and a playground on 22 acres. This site provides visitors with a wide variety of recreational opportunities.
Community Park features three diamonds for little league baseball or softball, a pavilion, and a playground.
Community Park Pavilion P Rental
Maximum attendees: 50
Community Park Pavilion P is a small pavilion with 4 picnic tables, 1 BBQ grill and electricity.
A swingset is adjacent to the pavilion and the restrooms are approx. 130 feet away. The park has three ball diamonds and a large field that can be used for football or soccer. Reservations begin March 1st each year and pavilions may be reserved April through October of the current year.
Covenant Park offers many recreational opportunities in just seven acres: A ball diamond, basketball court, one tennis court, four pickleball courts, a playground, picnic tables, a barbecue grill and multipurpose trails all make this an ideal park for playing or relaxing.
Tucked away in a sheltered wooded corner next to Dardenne Creek, Dardenne Park provides visitors with an expansive new playground, a paved pedestrian trail, and quick access to an 18-hole municipal golf course.
Glen Travis Park is over 12 acres of unique pin oak swamp. A paved walking trail allows park visitors to explore and enjoy this scenic natural area and observe its wildlife.
This neighborhood pocket park is located near the intersection of Mexico Road and Grand Teton.
Acquired in 2006, this 90-acre park includes a 3-mile trail that connects Rabbit Run Park to Woodlands Sports Park, with a 180-foot pedestrian bridge that spans Dardenne Creek. The park also features a nature observation overlook and native wildflower restoration areas.
Jack Gettemeyer Park is located along the trail between Rabbit Run Park and Woodlands Sports Park.
Lone Wolff Park’s quiet rural setting offers visitors a small pavilion and a corral. The site is located adjacent to Brown Road Park and within easy walking distance of Old Town and Sports Center Parks.
St. Peters' fitness park, Nob Hill, features both youth and adult fitness areas and a bocce ball court surrounded by an approximately 1/10th of a mile trail loop. The equipment at the two fitness areas includes:
Adult Fitness Area
- 4-Person Lower Body Combo
- 2-Person Cross Country Ski
- 2-Person Back and Arms Combo
- 2-Person Wheelchair Accessible Vertical Press
- 2-Person Wheelchair Accessible Lat Pull Down
- 2-Person Wheelchair Accessible Chest Press
- 3-Person Static Combo (Sit-up, Pull-up, Dip Station)
- 2-Person Leg Press
Youth Fitness Area
- Tightrope Feature
- 2- Horizontal Ladder Climbing Features
- Chinning Bar
- Climbing Wall
- Stationary Cycler
- "Lolliladder" Climbing Feature
- "Air Dancer" Trolley Glide Feature
Oak Creek Park is the smallest neighborhood park in the St. Peters park system. It provides nearby residents with a playground, pavilion and several picnic tables in a pleasant, 2-acre setting. The park also features one of the City’s two Community Gardens.
Oak Creek Pavilion J
Maximum Attendees: 50
Oak Creek Park Pavilion J is a small pavilion with 4 picnic tables, water, and 1 BBQ grill. A restroom was added to the park in 2022. Reservations begin March 1st each year and pavilions may be reserved April through October of the current year.
This neighborhood pocket park is located in the Orchard Hills Subdivision.
This small neighborhood park is located on the northeast corner of the Spencer/Willott Road intersection.
Tot Lot Park is a small neighborhood park that serves the neighborhoods of Brookmount and Bellemeade. Tot Lot Park was renovated in 2009 to include state-of-the-art play equipment, a rubberized surface area, and a fence completely surrounding the playground. The park also features a basketball court, picnic tables and a restroom facility.
Trailwoods Park provides the residents of nearby subdivisions a peaceful neighborhood park for walking, relaxing, or observing wildlife. A short walking trail takes visitors around a small lake surrounded by mature trees. Ducks, squirrels, fish, and other aquatic life make this park a great site for anyone seeking a quiet time in a natural setting.