General Nathaniel Lyon Monument

Overview for General Nathaniel Lyon Monument in Lyon Park

Photo by Mark Groth Title: Marti J Aboussie Memorial
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Overview

Reservations: General Nathaniel Lyon Monument cannot be reserved.

Park: Lyon Park

Description:

The monument, an obelisk, is located in this park dedicated to Lyon, especially because of its proximity to the U.S. Arsenal which Lyon saved from attack by Confederate forces. General Lyon's portrait is cast on the frontal bronze plaque. At the rear, is a mythological figure holding symbols of war and justice, with a lion in the background. The monument was donated by the Lyon Monument Association in 1874.

Description:

There sculptor responsible for WWII Memorial Court is Hillis Arnold (1906-1988) His work in St. Louis includes the World War II Memorial Court of Honor; Holy Cross Lutheran School for the Deaf; the St. Louis Abbey; and Resurrection Church. He was elected a Live Fellow of the International Institute of Arts and Letters.

Contact Information:

1410 S. Tucker Blvd.

St. Louis, MO

314-589-6142

Hours of Operation:

10 a.m. till 6 p.m.

Contact Information:

314.589.6142

Stocking Information:

Payments are only accepted in the form of a check or money order made payable to the City of St. Louis, and can either be mailed or brought to the Department of Parks, Recreation & Forestry, 5600 Clayton Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110 Attn: Permit Section

Description:

Come and enjoy a taste of the country in the heart of the city with our annual Urban Hayrides in Forest Park! The City of St. Louis will be offering hayrides in Forest Park on Friday and Saturday nights beginning Friday October 5 and ending Saturday, November 10. The wagons, which are pulled by tractors, leave from the corner of Faulkner Drive and Wells Drive, and the ride lasts 45 minutes. The cost of the hayride is $200 per wagon with a maximum of 20 people per wagon.

Hours of Operation:

2019 Urban Hayride Dates and Times:
October 4-5
October 11-12
October 18-19
October 25-26
November 1-2
November 8-9
Times start at 7:00-7:20 and begin again at 8:00-8:20 in five minute increments.
Once the hayride is over, groups can relax and enjoy food and drinks at a bonfire for a maximum time of 1 hour. Groups are responsible for bringing their own amenities. Forest Park representatives will only be responsible for starting the fire.

Rules and Regulations:

Hayrides are non refundable. Dates are not transferable. Hayrides commence rain or shine. Only food and drink such as hot dogs, marshmallows, and cocoa are allowed. Reservations are taken from 9am-4pm Monday-Friday.

Contact Information:

Contact the Permits Section at 314-289-5330.

Description:

In 1942, the Monument Builders of America held their annual convention in St. Louis. During their three day stay they dedicated this monument and donated it to the City. In 1969, the American Legion added a 50 year commemorative block and inscription to the composition and also replaced the stone representation of an eternal flame with an actual on which has the name of each state on the fins of the torch.

Description:

This Statue of the Crusader King Louis IX of France, was for the emblem of the city, appearing on most official documents and the city flag, but now it shares its prominence with the Gateway Arch. The original plaster model of the statue stood at the main entrance gate of the 1904 fair, where the Jefferson Memorial is now located. This statue and the Jefferson Memorial were given to the City in 1906 as gifts in appreciation for the great success of the Fair.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

You have to get the Park's Dept to open the restrooms if you are having a function in the park.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Rules and Regulations:

Adult field

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $80.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.
Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

314-664-0327

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Rules and Regulations:

Children Under 10 only. Summer use only fields are converted for use in winter.

Contact Information:

Phone: 314-768-9622
Address: 930 Holly Hills Ave St. Louis, MO 63111

Hours of Operation:

Branch Hours:
Mon - Fri: 5 am - 10 pm
Sat - Sun: 7 am - 6 pm

Description:

The Carondelet Park Rec Complex is more than just a gym in St. Louis. We're also a place to strengthen the spirit, mind, and body. Our programs such as swim lessons, summer camps, and group exercise classes foster growth and learning within the St. Louis community, allowing you to be a happier and healthier community member.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

314-534-7953

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Hours of Operation:

WATER TOWER - PUBLIC HOURS: (*Water Tower hours differ from park hours) -- • On the first Saturday of each month between April to November; • On the evening of each full moon between April and November, • On the days indicated above, the tower opens at 5:30 pm. • Closing times may vary - see website for details.
• Saturday and Full Moon viewing information is available at the events calendar on the Water Tower Foundation Website.

Contact Information:

Contact Facility Manager at (314) 367-7275
Address:
5595 Grand Drive in Forest Park
St. Louis, MO 63112

Description:

Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor and Education Center has three areas available to rent — the Trolley Room, the Voyager Room and the Learning Lab — as well as locker memberships. You can also visit to find brochures and guides, helpful staff, and a café.

Hours of Operation:

Operating Hours: Winter (12/1 - 2/29)
Monday - Friday: 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 6:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Operating Hours: Summer (3/1 - 11/18)
Monday - Friday: 6:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

Plaque:

Family Man-Humorist-Friend
Businessman-Community Leader
Founder-Editor Bugle Newspaper

Plaque:

His Dream - Our Dream,Martin Luther King, Jr., 1929 - 1968

Description:

This statue was dedicated in 1876 concurrently with the official dedication of Forest Park, and thus was the first statue to be installed in the park.Bates was a lawyer and rose to the position of Attorney General in President Lincoln's Cabinet from 1961-1964. He was also a prominent Missouri politician.

Contact Information:

314-289-5389

Description:

The Cook Pavilion (Gazebo) may be rented for wedding ceremonies only.

Plaque:

"Engraved into this pavement is a single-path labyrinth pattern. Follow the path to the center and out again. You may walk the labyrinth as a form of meditation or prayer, to express an intent, to spur creativity, to seek guidance and for many other reasons. Traditionally, labyrinth walking encompasses three steps:

Releasing: walking in, shedding unwanted thoughts and feelings
Receiving: sitting in the center, open to new possibilities
Returning: going back into your life, perhaps a b

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

Bronze statue of a fireman carrying a little girl atop a granite base. The base is inscribed with "Dedicated to St. Louis firefighters past, present and future."

Description:

Non-functioning

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

stlfoxparkdogpark@gmail.com

Description:

Pets will love the chance to exercise off-leash while you enjoy the peaceful setting of this lovely fenced dog park. Annual dues, membership, but open to any one with proof of shots and agreement to adhere to dog park rules. https://www.foxparkstl.org/dogpark

Contact Information:

(314) 289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

(Location: Lindell & Kingshighway Entrance)

The statue commemorates Blair's work as a United States Senator. As a General he seized the U.S. Arsenal at St. Louis and kept the City and a large part of Missouri from joining the Confederacy. The statue, in its prominent location, is said to have a place in Winston Churchill's Book "the Inside of the Cup." The statue was donated by the Blair Monument Association in May 1885.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

Hecker was one of the German Revolutionalists who came to St. Louis in 1840's. There is a small bronze bust of Hecker on the north side and wreath of oak leaves on the south side. The west and east sides are inscribed the dates 1861 and 1848. The monument was donated by the Hecker Monument Commission in September 1882.

Description:

The monument is place on the site occupied by the German pavilion during the 1904 World's Fair. Jahn was the father of systematic physical culture and founder of the Turnvereins. The bust is generally considered out of proportion with the accompanying statues. The monument was donated by the North American Turnverein, St. Louis Chapter and was unveiled in October of 1913.

Description:

The statue is an exact reproduction of the statue in Marback, Germany; Schiller's birthplace. Schiller was a noted German poet. The statue was donated by Col. Charles G. Stifel. It was originally installed in November of 1898 at St. Louis Place Park. It was moved to its current location in the 1970's.

Description:

The sculptor, Robert Binghorst, was said to be the first professional sculptor to reside in St. Louis, and the statue is the earliest to be erected in the downtown area which still stands today.

Plaque:

The plaque at the front of the statue depicts the Battle of Lookout Mountain. The statue was donated by the Grant Monument Association of Missouri and was dedicated in October of 1888.

Description:

St. Louis was free of any important confrontation during the Civil War except the Camp Jackson incident. The then Captain Lyon suspected a Confederate conspiracy militia group headed by General Daniel Frost to be planning an attack from Camp Jackson. After a night of surveillance, Lyon collected 6,000 troops and surprised the sleeping camp and forced its surrender without a shot being fired.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

Horseshoe Lake is a boat lake only.

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Lakes are stocked by Missouri Conservation the first week of the month accourding to the following schedule:
April-Carp,
May-Bullhead Catfish,
June-October-Channel Catfish,
November-February-Trout

Contact Information:

Contact Information: The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330

Weekday cost: $80.00

Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Hours of Operation: Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Plaque:

Dedicated to James B. Eads,
Builder of the Iron Clads and the sailors and soldiers of the civil war,
Erected in Carondelet,
October 8, 2011, by the Broadway Merchants Association,
St. Louis, MO

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Description:

The monument honors three great German newspaper editors of the St. Louis Westliche Post; Carl Schurz, Dr. Emil Preetorius and Carl Danzier. The revealing statue is quite naturally a symbol of truth and the torches symbolize the enlightment of the German and American alliances. The inscription at the rear is in both German and American language. The statue was unveiled in May of 1914.

Description:

(Location:Southwest Corner)The marker was donated by readers of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The area, dedicated after President Kennedy's tragic death, is the only area of virgin forest remaining in Forest Park.

Description:

(Location:Near Steinberg Skating Rink)The statue was donated by Mrs. Mark C. Steinberg. The sculptor Jacques Lipchitz was born in Lithuania in 1891, studied art in Paris in 1909 and moved to the United States in 1941. The statue was executed in 1927, and seven casts of the figure have been made. The inspiration for the work resulted from a serious illness of his sister. He hoped that by creating a form possessing gaiety and vibrancy, he would be able to help her hold onto life.

Description:

The Kern Lakeside Pavilion may be rented for receptions only.

Contact Information:

314-289-5389

Description:

The Runner is a work from Lithuanian-born immigrant William Zorach.

Zorach Gorfinkel was born in 1889 into a Lithuanian Jewish family as the eighth of ten children, Zorach (then his given name) emigrated with his family to the United States in 1894.

Not only was the sculptor a Jewish artist, but the model for the "Runner" statue was Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein, now spiritual leader of the Central Synagogue in New York City. He posed as the lithe young runner when he was a 22-year-old rabbin

Plaque:

Dedicated to Irving Clay, Jr., alderman from 1991-2003.

Description:

Erected in Lafayette Park in 1869, this statue is one of only six bronze castings made from the striking marble statue of George Washington that stands in the Virginia State Capitol. The original work was created from life by the renowned French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon in 1788 and is the only likeness for which Washington ever posed.

Description:

The Park House, built in 1867 for use as a police station, now serves as an office for the Lafayette Square Restoration Committee and a police sub-station for the City of St. Louis. It may also be rented for private events.

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

Contact Information: The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $80.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Hours of Operation: Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

www.downtownstl10.org

Description:

$50 a year membership is required. Located at N 14th St, St. Louis, MO 63103 and managed by www.downtownstl10.org

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

314-353-1250

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

The memorial honors Owen Miller and respectively of the Federation of Musicians for many years. The fountain was donated by the National Federation of Musicians, St. Louis Local Chapter, and was dedicated in May of 1925.

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Description:

O'Fallon Park Lake is a boat lake only.

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

web: http://www.penroseparkvelo.com or http://facebook.com/penroseparkvelodrome

Description:

One of only 27 velodromes in the U.S., Penrose Park was built on land donated by the City in 1962 after the Forest Park Velodrome was dismantled for Highway 40/64. Designed by Olympic Cyclist and Schwinn Bicycle Designer, Frank Burlando, Penrose Park is an all outdoor track measuring 1/5 mile and featuring a 28 degree bank. In 1962 the prestigious U.S. National Track Cycling Championships were held at the track. In the 1970’s, a sewer collapsed under one of the turns, requiring multiple repair e

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $70.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $80.00

The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open from 9 am to 4 pm. The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend and Holiday cost: $80.00
The Parks Department Permit Section is open for walk in reservations from 8 am to 4 pm. To check availability, please contact the Permit Section between 9 am and 4 pm. Reservations for picnic permits must be made in person and payment is due at the time of reservation. Reservations can be made one year in advance.
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/de

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Description:

The statue was inspired by the occasion of the 100th Anniversary of the incorporation of St. Louis as a City in 1909 and was donated by the St. Louis Centennial Association. The visage is not an attempt at a likeness, but the pioneer character is instead represented. The composition depicts Laclede stepping from his boat to the bank to found St. Louis. The statue was unveiled in May of 1914.

Plaque:

Plaques in honor of Fr. Filipiak and those who've lost their lives in the line of work.

Description:

Professional Business Men memorial

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

The cannons, two "Long Toms" and a "Carronade," were part of the munitions of the 50-gun British frigate "Acteon. The ship entered Charleston Harbor in 1776 to bomb Fort Moultrie but went aground and was quickly attacked by American ships which bombed its magazine and sunk it. The cannons where later retrieved and sold. The three presented to Lafayette Park were bought by the Missouri Commander of the Loyal Legion.

Contact Information:

(314) 289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

A plaque placed in the memory of Rodney McAllister, a 10 year old boy who was tragically killed by a group of stray dogs in 2001.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

Shrine of St. Joseph
1220 North 11th Street
St. Louis, Missouri 63106

To inquire about Weddings at the Shrine contact the Shrine Wedding Coordinator email:info@shrineofstjoseph.org
Phone: 314- 231-0869 Ask to talk to the Wedding Coordinator


Field Trips:

Tours: Tours are conducted every Sunday after the 11:00 a.m. Mass.

Group and Private Tours:
If you would like to arrange a tour for small or large groups please contact the Shrine. Tours are free but a customary donation is greatly appreciated.

Hours of Operation:

Office hours vary.

Description:

The figures on the south side represent Courage(male) and Vision(female). On the north side are Loyalty(male) and Sacrifice(female). The designer, Walter Hancock was a native St. Louisian at the time. The statues were part of the total design of the Soldiers Memorial. President Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated the site for the building on October 14, 1936, and Mayor Dickmann officially opened the doors on Memorial Day, 1938.

Description:

Pets will love the chance to exercise off-leash while you enjoy the peaceful setting of this lovely fenced dog park. Annual dues, membership, but open to any one with proof of shots and agreement to adhere to dog park rules. www.swcitydogpark.org

Description:

The Splash Pad is located next to the Tennis Courts.

Description:

The statue donated by Mrs. Turner is a memorial to her husband, Harry Turner. Mr. Turner was one of the first automobile dealers in St. Louis, and also raced his cars at Fairground Park. He was the publisher and chief writer for a controversial magazine called, "Much Ado," which was in frequent disagreements with the Postal Authorities.

Contact Information:

1 Fine Arts Drive, Forest Park Saint Louis, MO 63110-1380
(314) 721-0072
or www.slam.org

Description:

The monument honors three great German newspaper editors of the St. Louis Westliche Post; Carl Schurz, Dr. Emil Preetorius and Carl Danzier. The revealing statue is quite naturally a symbol of truth and the torches symbolize the enlightment of the German and American alliances. The inscription at the rear is in both German and American language. The statue was unveiled in May of 1914.

Description:

27,600 Square Feet Of Frozen Fun,
All Day Skate Admission,
Skate Rental,
Skate Sharpening,
Open All Holidays,
Skating Lessons,
Free Wifi,
Free Parking,
Coin Lockers,
SnowFlake Cafe & Snack Bar,
Food-Hot Cocoa-Beer-Wine,
Bonfire,
Indoor & Outdoor Seating,
Indoor Viewing & Window Seating

Contact Information:

Located at 400 Jefferson Drive St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 367-Rink or (314) 361-0613
www.steinbergskatingrink.com
We are a cash-only establishment. ATM available.

Hours of Operation:

Typically open from mid-November through February.
Sunday-Thursday 10am-9pm
Friday-Saturday 10am-Midnight
Extended Holiday Hours:
(ALL DAY EVERYDAY)
November 26-29 10am-Midnight
Dec 19-Jan 3 10am-Midnight

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

4206 W Kennerly Ave
St. Louis, MO 63113-2549
(314) 652-5131

Contact Information:

314.652.5131

Description:

Founded in 1919, The Muny is the country's largest and oldest outdoor theater dedicated to musical theater. Seating 12,000 patrons each night from Mid-June through Mid-August, The Muny continues the tradition of the very best of Broadway musicals in beautiful Forest Park.

Plaque:

Dedicated in 1868 by Harriet Goodhue Hosmer, the first professional female sculptor, was the first public monument in the State of Missouri

Description:

The Sculptor had the block of Italian marble weighing 45 tons shipped to the site, and placed on the pedestal where it was carved in total. The artist used a study of twelve paintings by William Curtis entitled the "True Thomas Jefferson" to arrive at a clear indication of the President's true personal appearance and character.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

Contact Information: The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $80.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

Hours of Operation:

Hours of Operation: Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Description:

His massive sculptures, which mostly consist of slightly curved plates of steel, tower vertically over the viewer or extend horizontally along the flat landscape, such as in Twain, located on a square patch of grass in downtown St. Louis. Commissioned specifically for the square-block site, Twain resembles a peripheral fence that, when viewed from above, takes the shape of a skewed triangle. The piece is composed of eight plates of weathering Cor-ten steel; seven of the plates are 40 feet long a

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

For more information about the Dog Park email dogpark@watertowerfoundation.org

Description:

The Water Tower Dog Park, Inc. (“WTDP”) is a Missouri nonprofit corporation established to construct, maintain and operate the dog park facilities located in Compton Hill Reservoir Park.

The Dog Park membership is separate from the Water Tower & Park Preservation Society membership.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Rules and Regulations:

Rules and Regulations governing fishing in city parks are the same as those set forth by the Missouri Conservation Commission.
1)All persons between the ages of 16 and 65 must have a fishing license on their person when fishing.
2)No trout lines are permitted.
3)No gigging, trapping or snagging of fish is ever permitted
4)The limits of fish that may be in one person?s possession are as set forth by state law.

Stocking Information:

Nine park lakes are stocked every two to four weeks by the Missouri Department of Conservation as part of the St. Louis Urban Fishing Program according to the following schedule:
March - September: Channel Catfish
May and September: Hybrid sunfish
November - February (only in Boathouse Lake in Carondelet Park, Jefferson Lake in Forest Park, and O'Fallon Park Lake): Trout
For the latest fish stocking information, call: (636) 300 - 9651

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00

The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330
Weekday cost: $50.00
Weekend cost: $80.00
The Permit Section only accepts checks or money orders as method of payment. No cash or credit/debit card is accepted!
Pavilion reservations require 2 week advance notice.

Hours of Operation:

Open during picnic season, which starts May 1st and goes through the last Sunday in September, and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Outside of the picnic season, all pavilions are first come first serve at no rental cost.

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Contact Information:

(314)289-5389

Sculptor: Adolphus Druiding

Year Dedicated: 1874

Locker Rooms: Yes

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Electric: Yes

Locker Rooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

ADA: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Sculptor: Sacha Schnittman

Year Dedicated: 1942

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Size: 1 acre

Sculptor: Charles Niehaus

Year Dedicated: 1906

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 1

Bleachers: 1

Concessions: 0

Contact Information: (314)289-5389

Fencing: 0

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: 1

Locker Rooms: 0

Permit Required: 0

Restrooms: 0

Seasonal: 1

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 8

Length: Half Courts

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Electric: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 1 acre

Electric: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Capacity: 50 people

Restrooms: Yes

Tables: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Length: Full Field

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Wedding Ceremony: Yes

Bleachers: 0

Concessions: 0

Contact Information: The Picnic Hotline: 314-289-5330 Wedding Ceremony Only (No Reception): Weekdays & Weekends: $375 per 4 hours time slot (Applicants to choose 4 hrs time)

Hours of Operation: Open year round and is rentable 6 a.m. to 10p.m.

Lighted: 1

Locker Rooms: 0

Permit Required: 0

Restrooms: 0

Capacity: 200

Fishing Permitted: 1

Lighted: 0

Size: 3 acres

Size: 2 acres

Amount: 1

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Electric: Yes

Locker Rooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Tables: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Concessions: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Locker Rooms: Yes

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Website: https://gwrymca.org/locations/carondelet-park-rec-complex

Capacity: 150 people

Electric: Yes

Permit Required: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 5

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 2

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Electric: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Half Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Size: 2 acres

ADA: Accessible

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Permit Required: Yes

Amount: 2

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Year Dedicated: 1876

Sculptor: J. Wilson McDonald

Electric: Yes

Permit Required: Yes

Wedding Ceremony: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 3

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 3

Bleachers: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: 1 Mile

Restrooms: Yes

Capacity: 25

Size: 240 Square Feet

Length: 1 Mile

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 8

Fencing: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Size: 9 acres

Fishing Permitted: 1

Hours of Operation: Daily from 6:00am to 9:30pm

Lighted: 0

Bleachers: 0

Concessions: 0

Contact Information: 314-533-2702

Lighted: 0

Locker Rooms: 0

Permit Required: 0

Restrooms: 1

Seasonal: 1

Bleachers: 0

Concessions: 0

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 10am to 4:pm

Lighted: 1

Locker Rooms: 1

Permit Required: 0

Restrooms: 1

Seasonal: 1

Amount: 6

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Fields

Permit Required: Yes

Sculptor: R. P. Daus

Year Dedicated: 1994

Size: 7 acres

Fencing: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 4

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 4

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 4

Lighted: Yes

Amount: 2

Length: Full Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 5

Length: Full Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 17

Bleachers: Yes

Concessions: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Water fountains: Yes

Length: 8 Miles

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Tables: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Amount: 8

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: 1 Mile

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Sculptor: Wellington W. Gardner

Year Dedicated: 1885

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 2

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Year Dedicated: 1882

Sculptor: Charles Steubenraugh

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Sculptor: Ernst Rau

Year Dedicated: 1898 moved to current location 1970's

Length: Adult Field

ADA: Accessible

Sculptor: Robert Porter Binghorst

Year Dedicated: 1888

Sculptor: Charles Steubenraugh

Year Dedicated: 1929

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Size: 11 acres

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Adult Field

Amount: 1

Length: Youth Field

Amount: 2 Full Courts, 2 Half Courts

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Amount: 1

Length: Youth Field

Amount: 2

Length: Full Court

Surface: Asphalt

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 4

Fencing: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 4

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Length: 3/4 Mile

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Full Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 3

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Length: Full Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 3

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: 0.5 Miles

Size: 5 acres

Fishing Permitted: 1

Lighted: 0

Amount: 10

Bleachers: 0

Concessions: 0

Fencing: 0

Lighted: 0

Locker Rooms: 0

Permit Required: 0

Restrooms: 0

Seasonal: 1

Amount: 3

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 1 acre

Capacity: 50 people

Lighted: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Water fountains: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Half Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Year Dedicated: 2011

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 9 acres

Surface: Asphalt

Sculptor: William Wandschneider

Year Dedicated: 1914

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Sculptor: Jacques Lipchitz

Year Dedicated: 1927

Electric: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Permit Required: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Wedding Reception: Yes

Electric: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 1 acre

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Fishing Permitted: 0

Lighted: 0

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Surface: asphalt

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 3

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Sculptor: Carl Milles

Water fountains: Yes

Year Dedicated: 1939

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Size: 1 acre

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Amount: 2

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Electric: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Size: 1 acre

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 4 acres

Electric: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 5

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 5 acres

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 12 tables, 2 grill pits

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Amount: 6

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 3

Water fountains: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Amount: 2

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Capacity: 75 people

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables

Tables: Yes

Parking: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 2 grill pits

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 75 people

Capacity: 75 people

Parking: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 50 people

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 50 people

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 50 people

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 2 grill pits

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 75 people

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Size: 10 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Parking: Yes

Year Dedicated: 1914

Sculptor: George Julian Zolnay

Fencing: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: grass

Lighted: Yes

Size: 10 acres

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Tables: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Lighted: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Amount: 1

Length: Adult Field

Amount: 1

Length: Full Field

Length: 6 Miles

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: 6 Miles

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Size: 1 acre

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Electric: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Locker Rooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Wedding Ceremony: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Electric: Yes

Lighted: Yes

ADA: ADA accessible

ADA: Yes

Sculptor: Carl Mose

Amount: 2

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Sculptor: William Wandschneider

Year Dedicated: 1914

Fencing: Yes

Length: Youth Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 4

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Bleachers: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Electric: Yes

Locker Rooms: Yes

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Locker Rooms: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Amount: 4

Fencing: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Sculptor: Karl Bitter

Year Dedicated: 1913

Water fountains: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Surface: Asphalt

Electric: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Capacity: 100 people

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 2

Amount: 3

Length: 2 Adult, 1 Youth

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 3

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Parking: Yes

Parking: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Sculptor: Richard Serra

Year Dedicated: 1982

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Length: 2 Miles

Restrooms: Yes

Amount: 2

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Bleachers: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Lighted: Yes

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 5 acres

Fishing Permitted: Yes

Size: 3 acres

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Capacity: 100 people

Size: 6 tables, 1 grill pit

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Amount: 2

Length: Full Field

Seasonal: Yes

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 4

Fencing: Yes

Lighted: Yes

Surface: Asphalt

Amount: 1

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Restrooms: Yes

Water fountains: Yes

Fencing: Yes

Length: Adult Field

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Amount: 1

Fencing: Yes

Length: Full Court

Shared when not reserved by permit: Yes

Amount: 5

Fencing: Yes

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