- TripBuzz found 194 things to do with kids in or near St. Charles, Missouri, including 176 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Florissant, Chesterfield and Ballwin.
- From Demolition Ball to The Family Arena, the St. Charles area offers 69 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Historic Sites and Hiking Trails.
- Located on the Missouri River, on the eastern end of the Katy Trail, is the city of St. Charles. A popular area for outdoor recreation, the city offers expansive walking and hiking trails, boating and fishing, and natural parks. The city's historic district in town offers a wide selection of dining, shopping and spas.
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15185 Olive Blvd, Chesterfield, MO 63017 MoreLess Info
Faust Park Thornhill Home & Historical Village has unique features like a butterfly house and carousel and common attractions like the playground and picnic shelter. The park also has a nature trail with scenic hilly views.
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20 Patterson Plz, Florissant, MO 63031 MoreLess Info
Florissant's Olympiad Gymnastic Training Centers has been in operation for over 35 years. The center offers classes, camps, and individualized lessons in competitive and recreational gymnastics, tumbling, and cheerleading for kids from toddler age to teen age.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.