- TripBuzz discovered 68 different types of activities for couples in the Granite City area, including Skating Rinks (like Granite City Ice Skate Rink), Movie Theaters (like Granite City Cinema), Music Venue (like Summerstage Inc) and Race Tracks (like Tri-City Speedway), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 205 date ideas in or near Granite City, Illinois, including 199 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Florissant, St. Charles and Edwardsville.
The River City Rascals are an independent minor league baseball club who play their games in T. R. Hughes ballpark. The team plays A-level baseball in the Frontier League, and offers numerous promotional events throughout the summer season.
45% 11 votes
800 Guy Park Drive, Chesterfield, MO 63005 MoreLess Info
The Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park has campsites that offer privacy in a wooded oasis. Park goers can picnic here, hike the trails and ride bikes or view displays in the visitor center.
T R Hughes Ballpark stadium is used primarily for baseball, and is the home field of the River City Rascals Frontier League and the local high school team. It seats 3,500 people, plus lawn and bleachers that hold 1,650 people.
Named for the legendary shortstop, the Ozzie Smith Sports Complex is home to an array of well-maintained baseball and softball fields. Part of the complex is the T.R Hughes Ballpark, which is home to a minor league baseball team.
75% 8 votes
3 Winding Brook Estate Drive, Eureka, MO 63025 MoreLess Info
Offering guided tours, Winding Brook Estates Lavender Farm leads visitors through the 17 acres of lavender fields while explaining the growing process. The tour concludes at the gift shop, where visitors can buy an assortment of lavender scented products.
Named after O'Fallon's favorite mayor of the 19th century, Westhoff Park is situated on 65-acres of land. The park offers two lighted baseball diamonds, two softball fields, a sand volleyball court, and a small skate park.
74% 23 votes
7295 Highway 94 South, St. Charles, MO 63304 MoreLess Info
The Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center tells the story of land that used to house three towns, and now houses a 75-foot tall disposal cell that contains nuclear waste. The site includes photos and cleanup information.