The City of Creve Coeur has six parks to offer the community. We encourage residents and non-residents alike to check out the wonderful parks our city has to offer.
All parks open at dawn and close at dusk.
Millennium is one of Creve Coeur’s largest parks sitting on 25 acres. Park amenities include two playgrounds, seasonal splash pad, a pavilion that seats 100, barbecue grill, 0.6-mile paved walking trail, restrooms, soccer field, a softball/baseball field and the historic Tappmeyer House.
Millennium Park is located at 2 Barnes West Drive, just south of Olive Boulevard at the end of Barnes West Drive.
Lake School Park
Lake School Park is located at 581 Coeur de Ville Road. Lake School Park sits on six acres and features a playground, historic Lake School, restrooms, soccer field and three renovated, lighted tennis courts. To activate the lights on the tennis courts, turn the timer on the panel. The lights take about 30 minutes to activate.
LaVerne Collins Park
LaVerne Collins Park is located at 10581 Old Olive Street, at Spoede Road and Olive Boulevard. The peaceful one and a half acre park is named in the honor of retired City Clerk, LaVerne Collins. With a gazebo and flagpole monument, this park is a great place to relax with a book or enjoy lunch.
Beirne Park is located at 10630 Country View Drive. Beirne Park is one of Creve Coeur's busiest parks. Spanning seven and a half acres, the park features a half-mile paved trail, three tennis courts, a soccer field, two playgrounds, a picnic pavilion, barbecue grills and restrooms.
Malcolm Terrace Park
Malcolm Terrace Park is located at 11370 St. Paul Street, south of Mosley Road to Elzey. This park features 25 wooded acres with a mile and a half of nature trails. The park also features a playground, a small picnic pavilion, sand volleyball court and restrooms. You can also relax in Serenity Grove, a densely planted area with a rock creek and plenty of shaded seating.
Conway Park is located at 12301 Conway Road, immediately west of I-270. This 29-acre park features a one-mile paved path with fitness stations, two tennis courts, a tot lot, a playground and restrooms. This park also features a wildflower garden, a dog park and the historic Clester and Hackmann log cabins.