2505 S Brentwood Blvd.
Brentwood, MO 63144
Whether you’re a resident of Brentwood or not, you can enjoy the Brentwood Ice Arena any time! They have learn to skate programs in the summer as well as figure skating sessions. So don’t worry about it being the “off-season.” There’s even a night specifically dedicated for adults playing hockey. So no matter your age or your level, everyone has fun at the Brentwood Ice Arena!
9100 Russell Avenue
Brentwood, MO 63144
You can’t escape the energy at Brentwood Days in mid-September. Everywhere you look you’ll find people excited and smiling. And why not? There’s carnival rides and games, live music, pony rides and even a helicopter landing! And don’t forget about the parade and other competitions. Of course you can’t end a fun filled weekend without a great fireworks show either. So be sure to mark your calendar for Brentwood Days!
Maplewood, MO 63143
There’s no better place to beat the St. Louis heat than the pool. But the Maplewood Family Aquatic Center isn’t just your ordinary pool; it’s a mini-water park in your backyard. Equipped with two 100 foot tall water slides, springboards, fountains, a competition pool, concession area and a 9400 sq ft lazy river, you won’t be able to find more fun at a better price. Residents of Maplewood, Brentwood and Richmond Heights can all purchase season passes. Get your summer on and head to the Maplewood Family Aquatic Center!
8001 Dale Ave.
Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Nowadays it seems like every city has their own recreation center. But none can compare to THE HEIGHTS. This 73,000 square foot community center is one of the best in St. Louis. It has the only fully functioning youth fitness facility in the state of Missouri! Plus there’s a double gym, an indoor waterpark, child care, meeting rooms, a library and much more. What are you waiting for? Check out all the fun things to do in the HEIGHTS today!
There are several different parks to check out in the Brentwood Area. Of course there’s Brentwood Park, which hosts several events throughout the year. It’ the second biggest in the area at 14.5 acres, and it has several playing fields that can be rented out. Memorial Park is the biggest and probably the most scenic. This 15.5 acre park has a playground, two pavilions for barbeques, hiking trails and decorated asphalt trails. Rogers Parkway and Broughton Park are closely connected through a small trail, close to residential neighborhoods. Hanley Park has tons of activities in their two volleyball courts, two handball courts and numerous fitness stations. If you enjoy soccer then head to Norm West Park or if you want eight acres of open field, then try Oak Tree Park. No matter what park you choose, you’re sure to enjoy your Brentwood outing.