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Queeny Park

550 Weidman Rd and 1675 S Mason Rd
Saint Louis, MO 63131
Sun-Sat: 8am-half hour past sunset

This massive 564 acre park has fun for everyone.  The Greensfelder Recreation Complex has a skating rink and an open gym that is converted to an ice rink in the winter.  There are tennis courts, a pool and a fun playground.  The fun doesn’t stop there either.  There are several ponds for fishing, picnic sites and hayrides.  And don’t forget the miles of trails for hiking, biking and running!  Plus there is a dog museum off the Mason Road entrance.  You can’t go wrong with Queeny Park, so visit it today!

Meadowbrook Country Club

200 Meadowbrook Country Club Estate
Ballwin, MO 63011

The best part about a country club is its golf course.  And at Meadowbrook Country club in Ballwin, there is no exception.  The Robert Bruce Harris design has been restructured and now has beautiful scenes and challenging hazards; yet it is still playable by guests of all levels.  Not only does Meadowbrook have a spacious golf course, by they also offer seven tennis courts, a large pool and wading pool and an elegant restaurant.  At Meadowbrook Country Club there is always an event going on, so check your calendar and begin planning your days today!

The Pointe at Ballwin Commons

1 Ballwin Commons Circle
Ballwin, MO 63021
Mon-Fri: 5am-10pm
Sat: 7am-8pm
Sun: 10am-6pm

If you like to stay fit but get sick of running around your neighborhood, check out the Pointe at Ballwin Commons.  This 12.8 acre recreational complex has everything you need to get back in shape.  There are two gymnasiums and a fitness center where you can take classes or train with a professional.  Plus for those who just enjoy having a good time, they offer an indoor pool with three lap lanes, a two-story waterslide and a water playground.  So grab your gym bag and head to the Pointe in Ballwin!

Castlewood State Park

152 Kiefer Creek Rd.
Ballwin, MO 63021

Does walking along limestone bluffs of the Meramec River enjoying serene landscapes sound like a good time?  Or maybe picnicking on the grounds by beautiful meadows?  All this and more can be found just a short drive away in Ballwin.  Castlewood State Park has been parading in St. Louis residents for over 60 years because of its natural beauty and great location.  In the early 1900’s, people from all around would visit this vacation destination for the hotels, clubs and water fun.  Although the hotels and clubs are gone, there is still a majestic beauty surrounding the entire five mile stretch.  Come see for yourself why so many people visit Castlewood each day.

Infield Fun Center

2626 Westhills Park Drive
Ballwin, MO 63011
Hours subject to change

It’s hard to find a place that can truly entertain people of all ages, but at the Infield Fun Center in Ballwin, guests are sure to leave with a big smile.  You’ll find go-karts, mini-golf, batting cages, bumper boats and an arcade all at your disposal.  For those who enjoy speed, there are three different go-karts to suit your needs.  The ever popular miniature golf is decorated with waterfalls and creeks and challenging greens.  Plus their batting cages have been awarded “Best of St. Louis” by the Riverfront times, complete with thirteen machines and six different speeds.  And it’s great for large groups due to their rental party deck!

Double Key Treasure Hunts

Ballwin, MO 63021

This isn’t your average city attraction; in fact you don’t actually go to Double Key Treasure Hunts at all.  Instead, you order a treasure hunt by phone or online that will take you all throughout St. Louis.  There are four different packages to choose from, all of them visiting some of St. Louis’s biggest attractions (like Grant’s Farm and Forest Park).  Then, discover all St. Louis has to offer through an interactive tour that kids will love.  Plus everyone will learn something in the end!  And the treasures use authentic artifacts from the 1800 and 1900’s, so they’ll love to show them off.  Try it out, and you’re guaranteed to experience St. Louis in a way you’ll never forget.

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