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Celebration of Lights is a holiday light display held at Fort Zumwalt Park in O’Fallon. Each scene is designed and funded by local organizations, churches and businesses. Started in 1991, the event attracts more than 9,000 vehicles each year and more than 5,000 individuals on the Old Fashioned Holiday Stroll Night.
Please visit our website for vehicle pricing, reservations for carriage, train and sleigh hayrides as well as our exclusive Segway tours through the park.
Dance the night away to rock ‘n roll and pop music by a popular area band. Concessions will be available for purchase.
Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Fall Fest at Civic Park in O’Fallon! This year we will be holding a parade to commemorate 30 years of Fall Fest as well as new elements to the festival.
Welcome the arrival of fall by listening to great acoustic music; watching family friendly entertainment; and shopping at booths brimming with house and garden specialties, jewelry, clothing and accessories, fall and holiday decorations, original art, trendy crafts, and delicious festival-style food and beverages. Check out our website for updates.
Hungry? Enjoy live music and chow-down on your favorite food and beverages purchased from a variety of food trucks in Fort Zumwalt Park. Take your own seating.
The historic Heald Home will be open 5 p.m.-8 p.m. for tours at $2 per person.
Watch the website for details and schedules. For up-to-date information about the event visit our website.
Note: Food Truck Frenzy is held on June 14, July 19, August 16 only.
Bring a chair or blanket for seating around the Civic Park Bandstand and enjoy free O’Fallon Jammin’ Concerts by great regional bands in Civic Park, O’Fallon, Missouri.
Performances will be held from 6:30- 9 p.m. every Tuesday evening June 3 through August 19. Admission and parking are free, and food and beverages will be available for sale. Food trucks will be available for concessions.
Hear great music from every genre including pop, Motown, funk, soul, classic rock, 70's, 80's, 90's, and so much more. A different genre every week to keep the music fresh!
Visit our website for the band schedule or call 636-379-5614.
On your mark, get ready for fun and exercise on a pretty October morning by registering for O’Fallon’s Fall Fest 5K and 10k.
The 3.1 and 6.2-mile race, which has divisions for all ages and a costume contest for race participants, will begin outside O’Fallon’s Municipal Centre, 100 North Main Street. Runners can set their own pace as they follow a marked circuit through the neighborhood, returning to the start/finish line at City Hall.
The Fall Fest 5K and 10k offers 11 divisions and the Fall Costume Contest is open to all race participants at no extra charge. Awards will be presented to the top three male and female runners overall, the top three male/female runners in each division, and for 1st, 2rd and 3rd place for best fall costumes worn throughout the race by participants.
Complimentary snacks and beverages will be served after the race, with the awards ceremony beginning at approximately 8:30 a.m. The Annual Fall Festival will open nearby in Civic Park at 10 a.m.
Please see our website for registration details.
Visitors may walk along the illuminated route of Celebration of Lights at Zumwalt Park in O’Fallon and enjoy holiday music; visit with Santa; see fireworks; shop for holiday crafts, gifts and festival food. Cost is $2/person.
Ahoy, be sure to sign up by the August 29 deadline for the Pirate Treasure Hunt in Fort Zumwalt Park!
Add a little fun and adventure to your life by seeking “treasure” hidden in Fort Zumwalt Park, O’Fallon, Missouri. The event, which is for ages 5 and older, will be held from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, September 20.
Starting with the first clue, participants will proceed to one of six stations and complete an activity to receive a clue to the location of the next station, and a puzzle piece. When all the puzzle pieces are assembled they will provide the final clue showing where to dig for buried treasure.
For more information about the event, contact Tourism and Festivals at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 636-379-5574 or 636-379-5606.
Ring in the official start of the holiday season at this family-oriented event. Join the Mayor in counting down to the illumination of a huge tree in the City Hall Rotunda in O’Fallon, hear live choral music, visit with Santa (be sure to bring your camera and capture the moment), play holiday games, make holiday crafts, ride the City Train (weather permitting), and more.
Vendors will have holiday-themed decorations and hand-made gifts for sale. Concessions will be available for purchase.
Admission is free, but donations of canned or boxed goods and personal care items are requested for local food pantries. A limited number of commemorative City of O’Fallon ornaments will be given to families who donate.
For general information call 636-379-5614.
We feature 50 level, gravel, and full hook-up RV sites. Pull-thru and back-in sites with 50-amp service are available. Each site has a concrete patio with table and fire-ring. Three ADA sites are available. We are big-rig friendly. Rent six consecutive nights in a full hook-up site and seventh night is free. Enjoy discounts to Rec-Plex recreation center and St. Peters Golf Course.
Ten primitive camp sites with table, fire ring and lantern-hook are available. The park has one primitive group camp site with bonfire area.
Facilities include: free Wi-Fi; security; laundry; showers; paved roadways; a 4.5-mile paved pedestrian/bike trail; a 140-acre stocked lake; sand volleyball; pavilion; play area; horseshoe pits; firewood; bait; limited RV supplies and groceries; and a boat launch (trolling-motors only). NEW in 2014! Archery Range ($)
The park is within 30 minutes of Mid Rivers Mall; downtown St. Charles; casinos; Bass Pro; Cabela's; Verizon Amphitheater; and downtown St. Louis.
Bear Creek Golf Club was designed by noted architect Gary Kern and opened in 1998. The construction of the championship-style golf course included the preservation of most of the trees and natural habitat allowing each hole to have its own unique features, challenges and beauty. Over the years Bear Creek has become known by most of the avid golfers as "The Home of the Grizzly."
Leagues, lessons, and tournaments are available to all levels of golfers and are scheduled throughout the season. The on-site driving range and short game practice facilities are open to everyone as well. The club hosts many large corporate, private, and public golf tournaments during the daytime hours.
As evening approaches, the ambiance becomes quiet and peaceful, transformed into a haven for elegant wedding receptions, rehearsal dinners, social celebrations and a variety of parties year-round. Our service and small town charm at Bear Creek Golf Club makes "The Home of the Grizzly" a friendly and fun place to play and socialize.
Centuries Past Antiques carries a wide variety of real antiques along with a few more modern collectables. If you collect something we don't currently have, we will do our best to find it for you. We offer shipping services and have layaway. Our stock changes regularly so check us out often.
Facilities include 86 guestrooms with all the comforts of home; free local calls; free USA Today (weekdays). The Katy Trail is directly behind the hotel.
The 'Be Our Guest' deluxe hot breakfast features an array of items including Belgian waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, oatmeal, cereals, fruit, yogurt, pastries, juices and coffee. Our conference room accommodates 12.
Two blocks from Ameristar Casino.
This circa 1885 two-story brick house was built by Darius Heald, son of War of 1812 veteran Nathan Heald. The home's second story was destroyed by a tornado in 1915 and rebuilt one foot shorter. Open January-September and during special events. Closed holidays. Admission: $2. Tours available by appointment. In Fort Zumwalt Park.
Fort Zumwalt Park has two historic sites, native woodland scenery and fishing in Lake Whetsel. The Darius Head Home, built circa 1884, is open for tours during special events and by appointment. A large limestone chimney and an interpretive sign mark the site of Zumwalt's Fort, a War of 1812 settler fort. A replica of the original fort is under construction with completion scheduled for 2012. The park contains a one-mile walking/jogging path and a large playground under shady trees. Fort Zumwalt Park is home to the annual Celebration of Lights drive-through holiday light display beginning the day after Thanksgiving through Dec. 30.
Offering 122 guestrooms and two suites. Rooms offer one king or two double beds, chair with ottoman, work desk, two phones, each with two lines, data port and voicemail, and high-speed internet, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, iron and ironing board. Complimentary shuttle to points within five miles.
Enjoy a relaxing weekend camping under the stars at Klondike Park, situated off Route 94 between Defiance and Augusta. Nestled in Missouri’s scenic wine country, Klondike Park offers campers a chance to reconnect to nature and the outdoors; the camp is a popular destination for Girl and Boy Scout troops. The camp features cabins that sleep eight, as well as primitive campsites for the all-out campers. The six cabins have beds, electricity, a table and ceiling fans. One of the cabins is handicapped accessible.
A central shower house and nearby restrooms are also available to all who stay at Klondike Park and are open during the months of April through October. This unique shower house also features a built-in camp kitchen. The kitchen has a stove, a sink, stainless steel countertops, and several electrical outlets.
The six camper cabins, 10 basic campsites and 31 primitive sites at Klondike Park can be rented year-round and range from $7 to $65 in price. Reservations are taken Monday through Thursday and can be made either online at www.stccparks.org or by calling 636-949-7535.
In addition to the overnight facilities, the recreational opportunities include cycling through the park’s miles of natural-surface and paved trails, which connect to the historic Katy Trail; strolling around the Bluff Walking Trail where you will see tremendous views of the birding/wildflower area; fishing in the large lake located in the middle of the park; relaxing around the group council ring area, which features a large fire pit for roasting marshmallows and offers homemade benches to sit on; viewing wildlife, native plants and the rolling tree-line countryside from the bluffs of this former silica sand quarry.
Located in St. Charles County, Missouri, Laboure Shopping Center is a dynamic retail and services mall, offering a variety of goods, products, and personal services. Laboure Shopping Center is a convenient meeting place which aims to bring together a diverse community of retailers and service providers (such as music lessons, business education, healthcare, food services, fine wines and spirits, salons, financial services, cafes and more). Laboure Shopping Center also provides a comfortable meeting place for businesses and individuals in the surrounding area. There is ample parking available.
Some of the current tenants include: Lindenwood University, Laboure Cleaners, Massage Envy, Brass Rail, Friar Tuck, Laboure Nail Salon, Fresenius Medical Care O’Fallon, Mozingo Music, Charles Schwab, Starbucks, and Muse Salon.
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.
A true Celtic pub with Celtic cuisine; world-class spirits; live music; game room; more than 24 beers on tap, along with more than 45 by the bottle. Come in for a pint at our antique bar; share stories while sitting by the fireplace; relax on our streetside patio.
Watch our website for food and drink specials, music schedules, and events.
This 1870s cabin contains photographs, relics, memorabilia, and rustic furniture, plus items from the old Wabash Railroad depot. Open May through September.
The monument honors all U.S. soldiers. A platoon of cast bronze boots is positioned as though marching; a solitary pair of boots is stationed at the foot of a POW/MIA flag; an eternal flame burns.
Erected in 1969, this is among the first memorials in the nation to honor U.S. soldiers killed in the Vietnam War. It is named for Missouri legislator Omer Dames.
O'Fallon's 66,000 square foot indoor recreation complex is fully equipped for all ages and abilities and offers a fitness center, a pool, two full-size basketball courts, an art gallery, classrooms, a food court, locker rooms, showers and changing rooms for families and those with disabilities.
The River City Rascals, established in 1999, is a minor league baseball team affiliated with the Independent Frontier League. Come to a game and enjoy a great game of baseball.
Upper Limits offers something for everyone. Our two massive arches and amazing top-out boulder challenge experienced climbers, while our introductory classes allow novices to learn the skills needed. (Climbers younger than 18 must have a waiver, signed by a parent or legal guardian.)
To experience the thrill of indoor rock climbing without taking a class, our 11 auto-belays are the perfect option.
Our Pro Shop offers any of the gear you need for your climbing adventures. Second location downtown, near Union Station.
Visit our website for details, special event schedules, and a printable waver.
The ruins of a frontier home-fort dating to the War of 1812. The limestone chimney marks the site. Located in the 48-acre Fort Zumwalt Park.
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