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Parks and Trails

 

The City of St. Peters has 25 parks covering about 1,283 acres of land, including 20 miles of recreation trails, playgrounds, picnic shelters and pavilions, athletic fieldsgolf coursearchery rangeBMX track, fishing ponds, and landscape areas. Seventy-seven percent of St. Peters residents live within a half mile of a park or trail and 92 percent live within a mile of a park or trail.




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LEARN ABOUT 2017 ST. PETERS PARKS PROJECTS


The following parks in St. Peters are open from sunrise to sunset, unless otherwise specified on a Park Use Permit: 


370 Lakeside Park
Dardenne Park

Nob Hill Park 

Spencer Creek Park
Brookmount Park
Glen Travis Park Oak Creek Park Spencer Road Pocket Park*
Brown Road Park
St. Peters Golf Club Old Towne Park Sports Center
City Centre Park
Grand Teton Pocket Park* Orchard Hills Pocket Park*
Tot Lot Park
Community Park
Jack Gettemeyer Park
Rabbit Run Park
Trailwoods Park
Covenant Park
Laurel Park Shady Springs Park Woodlands Sports Park

Lone Wolff Park
   


*A pocket park is a small park accessible to the public. Pocket parks are frequently created on a single vacant lot and sometimes feature a monument, historic marker or art project. Although they are too small for physical activities, pocket parks provide greenery and a place to sit outdoors.

 

370 Lakeside Sign

370 Lakeside Park

1000 Lakeside Park Dr. 


At 300 acres, this new park off of Highway 370 is the largest in St. Peters. 370 Lakeside Park includes a 140-acre recreational lake with fishing and boating (electric trolling motors only), a 5.5-mile walking trail surrounding the lake, and an RV park. Watch a video of the Grand Opening.

 

The park also has a playground, family picnic areas, park pavilions including a corporate pavilion with seating for up to 300 people, a sand volleyball site, an archery range and the St. Peters Rotary Club Dog Park.

 

CLICK HERE to download a map of 370 Lakeside Park.

  

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Brookmount ParkBrookmount Park

34 Jane Drive, Brookmount Subdivision

 

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.

 

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Brown Road Park

100 Brown Road 

 

Brown Road Park features two football fields, a BMX Track, a concession stand and a playground on 22 acres. With easy pedestrian trail access to Sports Center Park, this site provides visitors with a wide variety of recreational opportunities.

 

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City Centre Park - Fall

City Centre Park

One St. Peters Centre Blvd. (next to City Hall)

 

City Centre Park offers over 78 acres of natural beauty and recreation opportunities for the whole family. Park visitors can relax and enjoy the serene pond with its lush landscaping, mature shade trees, and decorative waterfall. The City Centre Gazebo, set against this lovely backdrop, is a very popular location for outdoor weddings and can be reserved all year round for a fee.

 

CLICK HERE to learn more about renting the City Centre Gazebo.

 

One of two spectacular veterans memorials in St. Peters is also located in City Centre Park at the corner of Mexico Road and the entrance to City Hall. The veterans memorial is unique in that it honors all veterans, regardless of branch, rank or duty under which they served.

 

Recreation amenities at City Centre Park include: three baseball diamonds, a soccer/football field, biking and hiking trails, an inclusive playground for kids, and a picnic pavilion with barbecue grills. 

 

Click here to download a map of City Centre Park. (pdf file)

 

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Community Park

4611 Central School Road 

 

Community Park features three diamonds for little league baseball or softball.

  

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Covenant Park 2017Covenant Park

2199 Willott Road

 

Covenant Park offers many recreational opportunities in just seven acres: A ball diamond, basketball court, two tennis courts, a playground, picnic tables, a barbecue grill and multipurpose trails all make this an ideal park for playing or relaxing.

 

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Dardenne ParkDardenne Park

175 Dew Court 

 

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.

 

 

 

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Glen Travis ParkGlen Travis Park

10 Mayfield Road (Rabbit Run Park)

 

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.

 

 

 

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St. Peters Golf ClubGolfers-e

200 Salt Lick Road 

 

St. Peters Golf Club offers you a fun, affordable time on an 18-hole golf course. Come play 9 or 18 holes of golf, dine in the clubhouse, enjoy our WiFi, and shop for golf clubs and golf accessories in the Pro Shop. St. Peters Golf Club also offers memberships, leagues, tournament services, and banquet facilities. Golf carts are available to rent.

 

Click here to learn more about the golf course.

 

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Grand Teton Pocket Park

#2 Kimberly Lane

 

This neighborhood pocket park is located near the intersection of Mexico Road and Grand Teton.


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Jack Gettemeyer Park

Acquired in 2006 and recently named Jack Gettemeyer Park, 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 the 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.

 

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Laurel Park

Laurel Park181 Driftwood Lane

 

Laurel Park offers something for everyone. Amenities located throughout the park's 40 acres include: a large playground, two ball diamonds, two soccer/football fields, two sand volleyball courts, a basketball court, four horseshoe pits, two picnic pavilions and a multipurpose trail system around the perimeter of the park. Laurel Park is also home to an outdoor swimming pool, two lakes and a roller hockey court.

Click here for a birds eye view of the pavilions, ball diamonds, trails etc. at Laurel Park.

   

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Lone Wolff ParkLone Wolff Park

2 Main Street in Old Town St. Peters

 

Lone Wolff Park's quiet rural setting offers visitors a small pavilion and a competetive horse arena. The site is located adjacent to Brown Road Park and within easy walking distance of Old Town and Sports Center Parks.

 

 

 

 

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Nob Hill Park

50 Sutters Mill Road

 

St. Peters’ fitness park, Nob Hill, features both youth and adult fitness areas 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 & 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

 

 

 

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Oak Creek ParkOak Creek Park

1600 Willott Road

 

Oak Creek Park is the smallest neighborhood park in the St. Peters park system. It provides nearby residents with a playground and several picnic tables in a pleasant, two-acre setting.

 

 

 

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Log Cabin

Old Towne Park

1 Park Street


Old 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 Old 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 decendents donated the cabin to the Old Town 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 Old Town 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.

 

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Orchard Hills Pocket Park


This neighborhood pocket park is located in the Orchard Hills Subdivision at #1 Plum Tree Drive.

 

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Rabbit Run ParkRabbit Run Park

10 Mayfield Road

 

Rabbit Run Park covers over 19 acres in the Country Hill South subdivision. Park amenities include two ball diamonds, three football or soccer fields, a gazebo, and a full-service pavilion.

 

 

 

 

 

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Shady Springs Park Shady Springs Playground

3888 Shady Springs Lane

 

Shady Springs Park has three baseball diamonds, a soccer field, a large playground and a full service pavilion. Shady Springs also offers visitors a half-mile fitness trail that winds through a scenic wooded area on the north side of the park.

 

Click here to download a map of Shady Springs Park. (pdf file)

 

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Spencer Creek ParkSpencer Creek Park

200 Sutters Mill Road

 

Spencer Creek Park is conveniently located on 32 acres in the heart of the Spencer Creek subdivision. A ball diamond, basketball court, football/soccer field, two tennis courts, a playground, pavilion and extensive trail system offer a wide variety of recreation opportunities for park visitors.

 

 

 

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Spencer Road Pocket Park

This small neighborhood park is located at 937 Spencer Road, on the northeast corner of the Spencer/Willott Road intersection.

 

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Sports Center Park

7 North Service Road

 

Sports Center Park offers over 20 acres of sports fun. Amenities include three ball diamonds, two soccer fields, a concession stand and a half-mile pedestrian trail that circles the perimeter of the park.

Sports Center Gymnasium, located in Sports Center Park, is available for basketball rentals during the winter months: December, January, February and March. The gym is 50 ft. x 90 ft. with a tile floor. Rental inquiries should be emailed to: mkuppler@stpetersmo.net.

 

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Tot Lot ParkTot Lot Park

259 Bellemeade Drive

 

Tot Lot Park is a small neighborhood park that serves the neighborhoods of Brookmount and Bellemeade. Tot Lot Park was 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. 

 

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Trailwoods Park

55 Southwinds Park

 

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.

 

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Woodlands Sports Park Baseball FieldsWoodlands Sports Park

1 Woodlands Parkway

 

Woodlands Sports Park offers eight ball diamonds, eight soccer fields, a playground, two concession stands, and two fishing lakes. A number of large-scale baseball and soccer tournaments over the course of the year make Woodlands Sports Park one of the busiest parks in the City of St. Peters.

Please be aware that Woodlands Sports Park operates under different hours from other St. Peters parks. Operating hours are: 8 a.m. to sunset (except by permit).

 

The fields at Woodlands Sports Park were renumbered in 2014. See the park layout below for the new field numbers. CLICK HERE or on the park layout image below for a downloadable PDF. 

 

 

Woodlands Sports Park Map 2014

 

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Mexico-Rd-Trail-Bridge-BicyclistsTrails

 

The City of St. Peters has 20 miles of trails winding throughout our City. CLICK HERE to download a map of St. Peters parks and trails.

 

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