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Are the kids going stir crazy over the holiday break? Do you need to run errands without their help? Sign them up for a Cabin Fever Day at the park!
There will be lots of fun nature-related activities available: movies in the theater, crafts, mazes, games and even an animal tracking hike to look for signs of wildlife. Space is limited, so call early to make your reservation!
This event is for ages 8 to 12.
If it has anything to do with ice cream, it has everything to do with Cold Stone Creamery. From unique ice cream creations to smoothies, cakes and shakes, nobody serves up the ultimate indulgence like Cold Stone. It starts with using the highest quality ingredients and ends with our signature process for preparing your custom creation on a frozen granite stone. In the Wildwood Town Center.
The Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village features the home of the legendary hero, Daniel Boone. The four-story Georgian style mansion was built overlooking the Femme Osage Valley; today it looks down to the Boonefield Village, which is comprised of more than a dozen 19th century buildings that have been moved to the site.
The village includes the school house; carpenter’s shop; grist mill; and the Old Peace Chapel. The site offers a glimpse into life on the Missouri frontier.
Two guided, one-hour tours are offered: the Home; the Village. Cost (each tour): $7; ages 55+, $6; ages 4-11, $4.
Combined guided tour: $12; ages 55+, $10; ages 4-11, $6.
Self guided tours available. Special rates for groups of 10 or more.
Operated and maintained by Lindenwood University. Closes one hour earlier during Central Standart Time.
Closed: New Years Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Not all buildings are handicap accessible.
The park features camping, picnicking, a paved bicycle trail, equestrian and hiking trails, and an accessible group camp. The visitor center offers exhibits and interpretive programs.
This park, 32 miles west of downtown St. Louis, is dedicated to physician and surgeon Dr. Edmund Babler.
This park features reservable basic and electric campsites and special-use camping areas. Services available include showers, water and a dump station. There is an ADA accessible group camp: the Jacob L. Babler Outdoor Education Center. The park features picnicking, a paved bicycle trail, equestrian trails, hiking trails and a visitor center. Camping reservations: 877-422-6766 and online.
Enjoy snow skiing, snow-boarding and tubing at Hidden Valley. Hidden Valley features a variety of trails, ranging from beginners to advanced, and includes The Outlaw and Badlands terrain parks for expert skiers and boarders. Lessons, season passes and group options are available.
Please visit our website for hours of operation and equipment rental rates. Hidden Valley's season varies based on weather conditions, but we generally are open 70 days each season. Be sure to check our website for updates on the conditions at Hidden Valley. All trails are lighted for night skiing options.
Our facilities include a cafeteria, a bar, a retail shop, a first aid facility, a ski school, and equipment rentals.
In addition to our regular hours, we offer special night and moonlight sessions for guests. Some of these sessions run until 3 a.m.; please visit our website for a more complete list of hours and special sessions.
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.
Located across the street from America's Center and the Edward Jones Dome, home of the St. Louis Rams. Centrally located in downtown St. Louis, just one block from the Washington Avenue District featuring unique dining, shopping and nightlife. This property offers 295 guest rooms and suites. This is a no-smoking hotel.
This area provides 1,880 acres of nature in west St. Louis County. Visitors discover Missouri's forests and wildlife on seven hiking trails. Bird watching is excellent; Rockwoods Reservation is listed as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by Audubon Missouri. Take your binoculars and camera.
Picnic facilities provide a picturesque view. The visitor center offers naturalist-led programs; most require advanced registration.
To reach Rockwoods Reservation from I-44; north on Route 109 four miles to Woods Avenue; west on Woods Ave.; north on Glencoe Road. The nature area is open daily, from sunrise until 30 minutes after sunset.
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.
The circa 1900 stone mansion sits on a hillside overlooking the Missouri River and the St. Albans valley. It is a perfect getaway retreat and an excellent choice for special events.
The five guestrooms provide the comforts of home, with modern conveniences, in a picturesque setting. Wine and continental breakfast included.
Visit our website for details, photos, reservations, and the history of this fine building.
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