Creve Coeur ParksThe 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.
Restroom notice: All park restrooms are now closed for the winter except for Millennium Park. Restrooms at Millennium Park remain open year-round.
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, year-round restrooms, soccer field, a softball/baseball field and the historic Tappmeyer Homestead.
The splash pad is closed for the winter season. The splash pad is on a timer, with a button on a metal post that starts the splash pad up for patrons to use. The splash pad opens Memorial Day weekend and closes Labor Day weekend.
Millennium Park is located at 2 Barnes West Drive, just south of Olive Boulevard at the end of Barnes West Drive.
Walking Path Closure: A section of the walking path at Millennium Park is closed due to damage from the recent flash flooding. For your safety, please follow the signage posted and do not enter the closed portion of the walking path.
Dr. H. Phillip Venable Memorial Park
Dr. H. Phillip Venable Memorial Park is located at 10630 Country View Drive and 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 seasonal restrooms. Read about the history of Dr. H. Phillip Venable Memorial Park (previously Beirne Park).
Malcolm Terrace Park
Malcolm Terrace Park is located at 11370 St. Paul Street, off of South Mosley Road. 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 seasonal restrooms. You can also relax in Serenity Grove, a densely planted area with a rock creek and plenty of shaded seating.
Walking Path Closure: Beginning November 7, 2022, the City will undergo repairs on the Malcolm Terrace Park trails to fix washouts and make improvements to prevent further damage. Please be advised that the gravel trails in the park will be closed for at most through November 9 as these repairs are made. The paved portion of the trail will remain open. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Conway Park is located at 12301 Conway Road, immediately west of I-270. This park features a one-mile walking path that loops around an accent pond, wildflower and native planting areas. Additional features include a playground, picnic areas, one tennis court, two pickleball courts, seasonal restrooms and a dog park which is sectioned for large and for small dogs. Plenty of seating is available at the various park amenities and along the walking path.
Public restrooms closed: Please note that water at Conway Park is turned off due to a water main break. There are currently portable restrooms available, however there is no running water at the dog park. The park restrooms will remain closed until the water main is repaired.