St. Charles County Parks have numerous playgrounds for children to enjoy! Most are located next to picnic shelters; however, the playgrounds are open to all visitors regardless of a picnic shelter rental. There also are two unique playgrounds - the Eco Playground in Indian Camp Creek Park and the Nature Explore Classroom in Towne Park. See the chart below to learn more!
For questions, please contact the St. Charles County Parks Department at 636-949-7535 or by email, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For updates on parks and weather conditions, call the Rainout Line at 636-707-0011 or view online.
|Park||Location of General Playgrounds||Additional Special Playgrounds|
1795 Highway DD
Defiance, MO 63341
|Indian Camp Creek|
2679 Dietrich Rd.
Foristell, MO 63348
At the center of Indian Camp Creek Park near the Lakeside Pavilion is the Eco-Playground that celebrates the natural environment of the region.
Dotting the rocky landscape are stone frogs and a turtle that were created by renowned St. Louis artist Robert Cassilly, who also designed the statues at Turtle Park (located along Highway 40 in St. Louis). Along with the large stone animals, smaller figures depict creatures common to the area such as turtles, frogs and salamanders.
Young explorers will delight in digging in the sand, with several surprise finds to uncover. In addition, tracks of animals and fossils found within the park have been captured in the sidewalk surrounding the pavilion and playground.
The play area features include 2 slides, a tire swing, and a half-mile asphalt and boardwalk path around the nearby fishing pond.
4600 Highway 94 S
Augusta, MO 63332
|Quail Ridge Park|
560 Interstate Dr.
Wentzville, MO 63385
100 Towne Park Dr.
Foristell, MO 63348
|Nature Explore Classroom|
The certified nature explore classroom is a dynamic, nature-based play and learning space, which supports skill development in children by reconnecting them with the outdoors.
The nature explore classroom is certified by the Arbor Day Foundation and Dimensions Educational Research Foundation and encompasses 11 learning stations for children to explore. It features the following areas:
|Veterans Tribute Park|
101 Kisker Rd.
St. Charles, MO 63304
|A destination playground for children of all abilities encompasses social/emotional, physical, sensory, cognitive, and communication development. The playground is divided into zones: interactive and motion-activated water play; music play; adventure play with climbing features; inclusive swings; and a hillside slide.|