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The Scarecrow Festival Eureka kicks off with an “Invasion of the Scarecrows” Celebration on Saturday, Oct. , 11 a.m.-5 p.m. This event will feature with games, food, music, activities, dunk booth, historic tours, art fair and more.
The festival with take place throughout Eureka and will highlight the Scarecrow Festival tour, where you can vote for your favorite scarecrows. From Eureka's Uptown to Old Town, scarecrows will be everywhere! Visitors of all ages will enjoy a fun and festive feast for the eyes as these are not your ordinary scarecrows. Each scarecrow is a work of art constructed of paper mâché, pottery, plastic, metal and recyclable items, with all of them displaying creativity and originality.
A map will be made available, marking all the participating scarecrows, at the Chamber of Commerce office and at businesses throughout Eureka. For more information and to keep up on all events for Scarecrow Festival Eureka, please “LIKE” us on Facebook or visit our website.
The city of Eureka will usher in the fall season with colorful and artistic scarecrows posing regally in front of businesses, churches and schools throughout the month of October. From Eureka's Uptown to Old Town, scarecrows will be everywhere! Visitors of all ages will enjoy a fun and festive feast for the eyes as these are not your ordinary scarecrows.
Each scarecrow is a work of art constructed of paper mâché, pottery, plastic, metal and recyclable items, with all of them displaying creativity and originality. Already a popular destination by travelers driving down I-44 to view the river valley landscape and fall foliage, Eureka is poised to welcome visitors by offering a vibrant destination to shop and dine while participating in family-friendly community events.
A map marking all the participating scarecrows will be made available beginning Oct. 1 at the Chamber of Commerce office and at businesses throughout Eureka. For more information and to keep up on all events for Scarecrow Festival Eureka, please “like” us on Facebook or visit our website.
The Arch Rival Roller Girls draw more than 1,000 fans to their games at the All American Sports Mall. The sport of Roller Derby has evolved into a highly skilled athletic contact sport. The excitement never stops.
Tickets are available online at www.BrownPaperTickets.com. Group discounts offered. The season runs January-July.
Hand-built by a single Franciscan Monk from Poland, this peaceful shrine is named for Our Lady of Czestochowa, known in Poland as the Black Madonna. Constructed of Missouri tiff rock, the shrine contains mosaics and rock sculptures.
We carry a wide variety of real antiques, along with a few more modern collectables. If you collect something we don't have, we will do our best to find it for you.
We offer shipping services and layaway. Our stock changes regularly, so check with us often. Call for holiday and fair hours.
Float trips through scenic hills and rocky bluffs 35 minutes from central St Louis on the Meramec River. Canoe, kayak, and raft rental. All skill levels okay.
Children younger than 13 eat free at the Haymarket restaurant, on-site. The indoor pool area includes arcade games and a bar. Ride our free shuttle to Six Flags.
This 12-acre waterpark features, among other activities: a 560,000-gallon wave pool; five-person raft adventure ride; multiple slides; and a children's play area.
Hurricane Harbor is free with admission to Six Flags St. Louis (see separate listing).
Please see our website for details and rules.
Open Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend.
Enjoy your stay in a Romanesque Revival circa 1893 mansion with the secluded, quiet beauty and feel of a private estate.
We are in the Lafayette Square district, with several top quality restaurants within four blocks: Busch Stadium is two miles; the St. Louis Zoo and Forest Park are six miles.
Choose between five spacious guestrooms, each with its own special character, a private bath and special features. All rooms are furnished with antiques, a comfortable bed, and a desk. Families are welcome. Guests are treated to a full breakfast.
The Living Well Village houses leadership camps, with health and wellness programs designed for individuals, families and organizations. The facility can be rented for family or group events/outings. Operated by The Living Well Foundation, a not-for-profit organization.
Our mission is to create healthier individuals and families, through experiential learning across the life cycle. The Living Well Village assists individuals in reaching their highest level of wellness, through education with practice.
The hours listed are our regular hours; extended evening and weekend hours are available for groups with a reservation.
The 429-acre Myron and Sonya Glassberg Family Conservation Area is in north-central Jefferson County, about six miles south of Eureka.
This property helps maintain and enhance the ecological and recreational values of the LaBarque Creek Watershed, which supports a high quality stream system and diverse plant communities.
The watershed lies in northwest Jefferson County and consists of 13 square miles of land with more than half being publicly owned and more than 86 percent of the area remaining forested.
As a result of the low level of development in the watershed and the protection efforts, the creek continues to support 52 species of fish.
A series of old roads provides a trail system of 1.5 miles and an additional hiking trail (0.5 mile) surrounds the fishing lake. A monument recognizing the donation from the Glassberg family is located near the parking lot on the main entrance trail to the area. Fishing permitted. Biking prohibited.
Located along the Meramec River, this 1,224-acre park offers camping, picnic sites and shelters, hiking trails and river access for boating and fishing. Birds also flock to this park, making it great for bird watchers.
This park offers basic and electric campsites, some of which are reservable. Firewood is available for purchase. Showers, laundry and a dump station are available during the on-season. Located along the Meramec River, the 1,224-acre park offers picnic sites, shelters, trails and river access for boating and fishing. Camping reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
This day-use park features a small section of old Route 66 and a visitor center with Route 66 and Times Beach exhibits. It provides Meramec River access, picnic areas and shelters, and trails for hiking, bicycling and horseback riding.
Please note the Visitor Center at this park is closed from Dec. 16-March 31.
Missouri's coaster capital. Hundreds of thrills at Six Flags, with heart-pounding roller coasters, family thrill rides, live shows and many other attractions. The thrills come in all speeds and sizes, from roller coasters to a carousel.
In addition to some of the most thrilling rides on the planet, we have a wide variety of top-shelf, live entertainment, special theme days and holiday extravaganzas.
Six Flags St. Louis and Hurricane Harbor waterpark combine two parks in one location for a great family getaway. Both are included in one ticket.
Located off of I-44, 30 miles southwest of downtown St. Louis. Open late April thru October.
The official destination marketing organization for St. Louis City and St. Louis County for visitors of all types. If you're planning a meeting, convention, group tour or leisure trip to St. Louis, we have all the information and resources you need.
Located on Old Route 66, In the Barbecue Universe, Super Smokers BBQ is known for winning trophies nine of the twelve years the team competed at the Memphis In May World Barbecue Cooking Contest.
We want you to feel like you are at a picnic or a party every time you visit. Every delicious entree is dry-rubbed with a blend of flavorful seasonings and spices to make each meal memorable.
Located four miles from Six Flags theme park.
This internationally recognized captive breeding facility raises endangered wolves and releases them back into the wild. Family packs of highly endangered North American wolves and foxes, African wild dogs, and South American maned wolves are housed in natural habitats.
Daytime and evening educational tours and programs are offered. Special group events may be arranged.
The Endangered Wolf Center is located on 63 isolated wooded acres, within Washington University's Tyson Research Center, approximately 20 miles southwest of St. Louis: I-44 at exit 269.
Enjoy the beauty and fragrance of blooming lavender in a setting reminiscent of times gone by. During blooming season (June thru October), pick your own bouquet while sipping refreshing lavender lemonade.
Surround yourself with all things lavender in our Lavender Shoppe, where you can search out trinkets and treasures that are tucked into our 100-year-old farmhouse. Learn how to use lavender for health, beauty and well-being.
Relax on our farmhouse's porch and enjoy a cup of lavender tea with a lavender pastry or dessert. Lavender themed box-lunch available by reservation for groups of 10 or more. Free tours during blooming season the 2nd Saturday of the month at 10:30 a.m.
Visit our website for a schedule of special events.
Critter Crawl-St. Louis
Take a walk on the wild side of St. Louis.
Route 66 Part One
Route 66 is a great way to explore the Show-Me State and to see some truly unique sites.
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