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City Parks


Park Facilities Matrix/Map • Parks Master Plan 

 

Park Policies

·         Dogs are not permitted to run loose and must be kept on a leash when visiting a park.

·         The City enforces a “pooper scooper” law and provisions must be made to remove solid waste.

·         No glass bottles permitted.

·         Sound systems and loud noises are prohibited.

·         Motor vehicles are permitted in parking lots only.

·         Trash receptacles are provided for park refuse only.

·         Parks close at 10:30 pm nightly and reopen at 5:00 am or as posted in individual parks.

·         Driving golf balls in University City parks is prohibited.

·         City and State laws apply in all University City parks.

·         Firearms are prohibited in all University City parks.

·         Permits must be obtained for athletic field and picnic pavilion use.
 

 

Ackert ParkAckert Park

6600 Delmar, north to Vernon Avenue
 Linear park with playground
 3.5 acres
 Acquired 1967

 Location Map

 

Eastgate ParkEastgate Park

Northeast corner of Vernon and Eastgate
 Playground and basketball courts
 0.93 acres
 Acquired 1923

 Location Map

 

Flynn ParkFlynn Park

Bounded by Pershing, Midvale and Kingsbury
 5 tennis courts
 Playground
 6.61 acres
 Acquired 1923

 Location Map

 

Fogerty ParkFogerty Park

Located in the 1500 block of North 82nd Blvd. 
 Large neighborhood park ideal for all day outings
 Picnic area, weatherproof shelter with restrooms
 Full-size baseball diamond
 Youth soccer field
 Children’s playground
 Half mile jogging trail
 Two tennis courts
 11.80 acres
 Recycling available near the pavilion
 Acquired 1928
 Location Map

 

Greensfelder ParkGreensfelder Park

West of 8333 Fullerton
 Ball diamond
 Playground
 6.75 acres
 Acquired 1954 
 Location Map

 

Greenway South

South from 6600 Kingsbury to Millbrook
 Linear park
 0.809 acres
 Acquired 1967

 

 

Heman ParkHeman Park

Bounded by Midland, Olive, Purdue, Pennsylvania, and Vernon
 University City’s largest park
 Restroom facilities
 Several picnic areas
 4 picnic pavilions
 Heman Park Swimming Pool
 Centennial Commons Recreation Facility
 Heman Park Community Center
 Multiple Ball Diamonds and Fields
   Large baseball diamond, 5 softball diamonds, 3 little league 
   baseball diamonds, 1 tee ball diamond, 4 soccer fields, 2 combination
   football/soccer fields
 Multiple Courts
   Paved basketball courts, horseshoe courts, 8 tennis courts (4 lighted)

 1-1/2 mile jogging course
 Large playground 
Recycling available near the pavilions
 85.26 acres
 Acquired 1923, 1928 and 1944 
 Our Park Maintenance and Forestry Divisions are also located in Heman Park.
 Location Map 

 

Kaufman ParkKaufman Park

Mulberry and Blackberry
 4 tennis courts with a tennis practice area
 Playground
 Tot Lot play area for smaller children
 Natural wooded area suitable for nature study
 7.77 acres
                                Acquired 1972
                                Also adjacent to Kaufman Park is The Green Center

                                Location Map

 

Kingsland ParkKingsland Park

Kingsland at Chamberlain
 Tot Lot play area for smaller children
 0.84 acres
 Acquired 1970

 Location Map

 

Lewis ParkLewis Park

Delmar at Yale Preliminary Site Plans for Lewis Park
 Decorative pond with fountain
 Playground
 4.00 acres
 Acquired 1923, 1928, and 1954

 Location Map

 

Janet Majerus ParkJanet Majerus Park

Raymond and Partridge Avenues
 Decorative pond with fountain
 1/3 mile jogging trail
 Fitness stations
 Children’s playground
 4.5 acres
 Acquired 1995

 Location Map

 

Metcalfe ParkMetcalfe Park

Kingsland Avenue, south of Vernon
 2 ball fields
 Playground
 5.6 acres
 Acquired 1955 and 1962

 Location Map

 

Millar ParkMillar Park

Canton and North & South Roads
 Larger neighborhood park
 Playground area
 Picnic pavilion with restrooms
 2 baseball diamonds
 Football and soccer fields
 1/2 mile jogging trail with fitness stations
 12.19 acres
 Recycling available near the pavilion
 Acquired 1928

 Location Map

 

Mooney ParkMooney Park

Jackson Avenue, Delmar to Amherst
Playground
Basketball courts
5.2 acres
Acquired 1922, 1923, and 1931

 Location Map

 

                           Joseph L. Adams ParkJoseph L. Adams Park
   Big Bend, south of Forsyth
   Undeveloped green space
   1.6 acres
   Acquired 1933

   Location Map

 

Rabe ParkRabe Park

Midland at Canton
Children’s playground and open play field
2.0 acres
Acquired 1934

Location Map

 

Ruth Park Woods Ruth Park Woods

 26 acre wooded tract with interpretive nature trails developed in cooperation        with the Missouri Department of Conservation and volunteers.

 Location Map

 

 

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