Laclede Park

Overview and amenities for Laclede Park

Laclede Park sign
Laclede Park sign by Mark Groth

The park was placed into ordinance in 1812 and is part of the Dutchtown Neighborhood bordered by East and West Iowa Avenue in a rather strange setting that seems to buck the recti-linear street grid.

You can tell Laclede Park once had a centerpiece, maybe a gazebo or stage. But as it stands today it is just an empty field of grass.

Ordinance Year: 1812

Size: 3.17 acres

Park Type: City Park

Maintained By:
Parks Division

Related Neighborhoods

Related Wards
Ward 3

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