Cottleville, MO

Visit Cottleville's City Parks

Tyrone Wallace

COTTLEVILLE, MO - The City of Cottleville provides 210 acres of park grounds and 38.5 acres of lakes to have an active lifestyle in the community. If you live in or near Cottleville, you may want to refresh your mind after a busy day or try some of the amenities offered by the beautiful city parks.

1. Legacy Park

Legacy Park is located at 5490 Fifth Street near City Hall on Hwy N. Legacy Park has many facilities includes playgrounds designed for children from 2 to 12 years of age, Don Yarber Bark Park was named by former Mayor Donald Yarber, Marie Mannino Sand Volleyball Courts, Basketball Hoops, pavilions available for rent, and trails.

2. Hansen Park

Hansen Park, named after the City, entered an agreement with Mercy Medical in October 2016. Hansen Park, the home of McCauley's Playground, is located at 65 Ohmes Road, behind the Mercy kids Medical Building.

3. Scott A. Lewis Park

Scott A Lewis Park is a 65-acre park with two lakes that total 25 acres. This park is located in the rear of Miralago Subdivision off Mid Rivers Mall Drive at 1000 Scott A. Lewis Lane. You can find a playground designed for 2-7 years children, stroll the 8' wide paved trail with a scenic view of Buchheit Lake, and fishing or kayaking in the Boat Ramp in the Park.

4. College Meadows Park

You can also explore the fitness trail and nine-hole disc golf course in College Meadows Park. This park is an 80-acres park located in Cottleville, nestled on St. Charles Community College campus.

The City of Cottleville also has six pavilions available for rent for family, company, and other gatherings located in these parks. For further information about the pavilions location and details for reservation, visit this link. For special events, you can also contact Amy Lewis

636-498-6565 or

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