- The list below includes 206 free or cheap things to do in or near Florissant, Missouri, including 70 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Other Entertainment.
- From Saint Ferdinand Park to Koch Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Florissant and in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Edwardsville, St. Charles and St. Peters.
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Spread across 64 acres of land, Saint Ferdinand Park is home to a summer concert series which is held adjacent to the lake. The park itself maintains standard facilities like six ball fields, horseshoe courts, a sand volleyball court, tennis courts, and four playground areas.
Established in 1867, Sioux Passage Park has multiple horseback riding trails, fishing in the Missouri River, and an area for winter outdoor sports like snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Five camping sites for primitive camping are also on the park grounds.
Named after a civil rights activist, Chambers Park is an outdoor, recreational sports complex with sports courts and fields for basketball, horseshoes, and tennis. It also has several playground areas and an outdoor swimming pool for visitors.
Located on 13 acres, Bangert Park features a Sherman Tank that was procured from the Missouri National Guard. The park offers picnic pavilions, a volleyball court, a children's playground, an outdoor pool and grassy areas.
Preserved by a non-profit foundation, Old St. Ferdinand Shrine is a historic shrine built by early French settlers to the region. The foundation hosts community events like pancake breakfasts, festivals, house tours, and concerts at the building.
Owned and Operated by the local school district, the Little Creek Nature Area is a 97 acre outdoor opportunity for education about nature, biology, environmental science, ecology, and the past with its living history feature.
Dedicated to celebrating, preserving, and increasing awareness of local history and culture, the Florissant Valley Historical Society maintains the Taille de Noyer house and museum. The society sponsors a variety of events year-round.