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*All parks are open dawn-dusk unless otherwise posted or permitted.
Bicentennial Park was established as a memorial garden park in honor of our country’s events, i.e. Declaration of Independence in 1776 and the Civil War skirmish near this site. A series of Civil War engagements were fought near this site on July 15 & 17, 1861 between Union soldiers traveling by train and Missouri Bushwackers.
Location: 203 West Pearce Boulevard, Wentzville, MO 63385
Fireman’s Park is a five acre park located in the downtown historic district.
- ADA Accessible
- Athletic Fields
Location: 100 William Dierberg Dr, Wentzville, MO 63385
- Jake's Field of Dreams playground
- Three pavilions*
- Concessions stand open during games and tournaments
- Two synthetic multi-turf athletic fields designed for soccer, football and lacrosse
- Two grass multi-use athletic fields designed for soccer and football
- Storybook Walk
- Walking trail*
- Wetland area*
*Learn more about Heartland Park's green infrastructure funded by the Dry Branch Watershed Project.
Location: 1419 Kathleen Dr, Wentzville, MO 63385
- Baseball/Softball Field
- Picnic Shelter/BBQ Pit
- Multi-purpose courts
Northview Nature Park
Location: 200/202 W. Northview, Wentzville, MO 63385
The City completed a storm water project on this site to provide flood relief and create green space for the public. The storm water system on this site was “day lighted” and roughly 3,700 native prairie and wetland plants were installed to help prevent erosion, soak up and infiltrate storm water.
This pocket park will reduce water run-off, provide green infrastructure, attract more nature into the neighborhood, act as an interpretive demonstration area and classroom, help save money, support sustainability and provide more parkland for the community.
Peruque Valley Park
Location: 1335 S. Point Prairie Rd. Wentzville, MO 63385
The complex features four completed ball fields, three practice fields (currently under construction), concessions, trail systems and multiple stormwater management bioswale systems throughout the park. It has been a great team effort by our dedicated Wentzville Parks staff!
As Peruque Valley Park continues to be developed you will notice the plans for the park coming to life; gentle meadows, woodlands and wetlands. Future development plans include an outdoor classroom, paved trail, natural trails, picnic shelters, creek overlooks, playgrounds, ball fields and environmental meadows. Peruque Valley Park will be developed in four phases when the City secures a dedicated funding source for implementation of the master plan.
Location: 968 Meyer Road, Wentzville, MO 63385
*Progress Park Center may remain open until midnight for rentals; park amenities will close at 11 p.m.
Recreation Center Hours:
Monday - Friday: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Progress Park is a 10-acre park which houses the administrative office and maintenance division.
- Baseball/Softball Field
- Football Field
- Picnic Shelter & BBQ pit
- Progress Park Center – Banquet Facility
- Progress Park Recreation Center - Gymnasium & Fitness Center
- Progress Park Pool
Location: 2577 W Meyer Road, Foristell, MO 63348
Rotary Park illustrates a scenic 72 acre park. A variety of recreational opportunities are available along with relaxation while fishing the 5 acre lake.
The park is the home of St. Charles County Fair, Greater St. Louis Renaissance Faire and Holiday Night Lights.
- Cattlemen's Association Pavilion
- Community Club Pavilion (Upper Area)
- Kolb Exhibit Hall
- Lions Club Pavilion (Lower Area)
- Pedestrian Trail (1.3 miles, non-motorized)
Splash Station Aquatic Center
Location: 1141 Peine Road, Wentzville, MO 63385
Open daily Memorial Day through Labor Day, except when school is in session. Once school begins, the pool is open on weekends only.
400 Foot Lazy River
- 24 Foot Tall Water Flume
- Three Meter Diving Platform
- Children's Splash Playground
- Wet Deck Spray Ground
- Concession Stand
- Water Basketball
- Water Shade Structure
- Therapy Seat & Water Benches
- Birthday Party Pad
- Zero-Depth Entry Pool
Please click here for additional information about Splash Station Aquatic Center.
Wentzville Ice Arena
The Wentzville Ice Arena has more than 550,000 visitors each year with heated seating for 750 spectators on each of its two ice rinks. It has a food service center and party/group facilities. It is open year round, serving the public with skating sessions for all ages, hockey schools for youth learning the sport of hockey, parties and group outings.
- 70,000 square foot facility
- Side by Side Rinks (Professional NHL Size 85' x 200') with spectator seating
- 8 full-sized locker rooms with showers
- Private Ice Rentals
- Public Skating and Stick-'N-Puck Sessions
- Party Packages
- Learn-to-Play Hockey Program (more information coming soon)
- Full-service concession area
- Skate sharpening
- Free Wi-Fi
The Wentzville Ice Arena has been host to such events as the ACHA Women's Ice Hockey Championships, bringing women skaters from major Universities throughout the United States, and also hosting the State Games of America's figure skating. The Ice Arena held the previous record for the Guinness Book of World Records Longest Ice Hockey Game with a time of 27 hours and 10 minutes.
Please be aware that food, beverages and animals are prohibited from the arena.