Besides the luxurious loft and condos, the Central West End is also the home to multiple recreational areas and parks. Everything you need to relieve stress, work out, and keep physically fit is close to downtown. Popular parks in the Central West End are easy to find.
Here’s a list of the most popular parks in the Central West End of St. Louis.
Popular Parks in the Central West End
Located at 4798-4700 Olive, this park is both kid-friendly and fur-friend friendly. It has a great playground area that allows kids to get out and run around to their hearts’ content. There are shady spots to sit and enjoy the day and watch your toddlers wear themselves out before the daily nap!
If you are fond of watching the sunrises, you better be early and hustle towards 222 N Taylor Avenue. A peaceful and secluded area is perfect for meditation or clearing your thoughts with a short walk.
If you are into photography or just someone who loves to take pictures, this is also a park where the scenery is beautiful. This park provides well-arranged seating and lots and lots of shade where you can sit, meditate or relax.
Forest Park is your destination if you’re looking for a one-stop fitness option. A public park located at 5595 Grand Drive St. Louis is perfect for a family outing, meditation, and working out while walking, running or cycling.
This gigantic park is full of pockets waiting for you to explore, especially the natural playground and butterfly garden area. It has running and walking trails; paved paths surround the park, making it wheelchair accessible. This park is also the home of the History Museum, Museum of Arts, and the St. Louis Zoo. Click here for an interactive map of Forest Park.
Home to the Butterfly House, a Greenhouse Dome, a Victorian Homes & Garden, and more, the Missouri Botanical Garden is at 4344 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis. It is considered an oasis within the city of St. Louis, the world leader in terms of plant science, plant conservation, and sustainability. The Japanese Garden is blowing up with spring in the air, and it is a must-see this time of year.
Located at 801 Market Street, St. Louis, Citygarden is an urban sculpture park known for its water features, video wall, and sculptures. If you have kids who love playing in water parks or if your family is planning on a picnic trip, this is a fun place to visit.
Adjacent to the park is the notable tourist attractions in Central West End, namely, The Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, the Old Courthouse, and of course, the St. Louis River Front.
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