St. Charles County Parks and Recreation
St. Charles County strives to meet the needs for delivery of recreation facilities and services that nurture healthy lifestyles for people who live, visit, and enjoy our County.
 
Katy Trail State Park
Katy Trail State Park offers a unique opportunity for people of all ages and interests. Whether you are a bicyclist, hiker, nature lover or history buff, the trail offers opportunities for recreation, a place to enjoy nature and an avenue to discover the past.
 
Edward "Ted" and Pat Jones-Confluence Point State Park
In 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark began their journey up the Missouri River at the confluence of the two great rivers of North America, the Missouri and Mississippi. Today, visitors can watch as the Big Muddy and Mighty Mississippi merge into one at Edward "Ted" and Pat Jones - Confluence Point State Park.
 
City of St. Charles Parks and Recreation
The St. Charles Parks and Recreation Department proudly serves our residents with 19 parks comprised of 660 acres. We are committed to providing quality park facilities for your enjoyment and experience.
 
City of St. Peters Recreation, Parks, Arts & REC-PLEX
The City of St. Peters is committed to providing quality Parks, Recreation and Art programs and facilities. With 20 parks covering 600 acres, an 18-hole golf course, 9 miles of pedestrian trails, a Community and Arts Center, the Senior Center and our 230,000 sq. ft. indoor recreation center, REC-PLEX/REC-PLEX South, we believe we have something for everyone.
 
August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area
This 6,987-acre area contains 3,000 acres of forest in addition to grassland, cropland, old fields, prairie, and wetlands. Facilities/features: boat rentals, picnic areas, pavilion, hiking trails, 43 fishing jetties, fishing docks, staffed firearms range, archery range, 5 viewing blinds, and a visitor center. The area also has 72 fishable lakes and ponds totaling 550 acres.
 
Marais Temps Clair Conservation Area
Marais Temps Clair Conservation Area is in north St. Charles County. This 935-acre area was once part of an expansive marsh ranging from St. Charles to Alton. The Marais Temps Clair marsh is an old oxbow of the Missouri River and was formed prior to the arrival of European settlers.
 
Howell Island Conservation Area
This island area is mostly forest surrounded by the Missouri River and Centaur Chute. Access is via a causeway over the chute.
 
Weldon Spring Conservation Area
Weldon Spring Conservation Area is in St. Charles County, near the town of Weldon Spring. The area is named after John Weldon, who came to this region in 1796 with a Spanish Land Grant for 425 acres. This acreage included the spring after which Weldon Spring is named.
 
Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge
The Two Rivers National Wildlife Refuge is part of the Mark Twain National Wildlife Refuge Complex. The Complex was established in 1958 for the protection of migratory birds, and spans 350 miles along the Mississippi River in the states of Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri.
 
O'Fallon Parks and Rec
When it comes to amenities, O’Fallon’s 475 acres of parks include some of the finest outdoor practice and playing fields in the region for soccer, baseball, softball and football, plus playgrounds and picnic pavilions, walking and jogging paths, historic sites, landscaped beds and natural areas.
 
Lake St. Louis Parks

The Lake St. Louis Parks & Recreation department's mission is "encouraging and supporting active lifestyles by creating equal environments where people of all ages and abilities can thrive and become physically and emotionally healthy." 

   
Wentzville Parks 
The City of Wentzville Parks and Recreation department provides many opportunities for people of all ages.  Classes include fitness programs, sports leagues, cultural arts and enrichment classes.
 
Trailnet 
Trailnet is a St. Louis based non-profit organization with a 20-year history of Promoting Active Living - a way of life that encourages people to integrate physical activity into their daily routines. 
 
Great Rivers Greenway District
The Great Rivers Greenway District was established in November 2000 by the successful passage of the Clean Water, Safe Parks and Community Trails Initiative ("Proposition C") in St. Louis City, St. Louis County and St. Charles County, Missouri.