Parks open at 8 a.m. (except Kircher Park which opens at 7:00 a.m.). All parks close at dusk.
Berry Park (401 Forby Road): This 23.10 acre park across from Forby Estates Subdivision is Eureka’s newest park. The park features two pavilions with electricity and grills, restrooms, open green space, accessible 1/3 mile loop trail and trail connection to Eureka High School and a state of the art playground.
Bowlby Park (807 Williams Drive): This 2.72 acre is nestled in the Augustine Heights Subdivision and contains a playground featuring a playground with a slide, bridge and a fireman’s pole all on synthetic surfacing. The park also contains a swing set with an inclusive swing.
Coffey Park (1 Coffey Park Lane): This 15 acre park located on the hill across Highway 109 from Eureka City Hall features a small pond, a pavilion, restrooms and The Timbers of Eureka recreation center.
The Timbers of Eureka contains a fitness center, outdoor pool, gymnasium, meeting rooms, tot care, offices of the Parks and Recreation Department and much more. Call 636-938-6775 or visit www.eureka.mo.us/timbers for more information.
Drewel Park: This 16 acre park is located on Hill Drive in Shaws Garden Subdivision. It features handball courts, basketball court, sand volleyball court, athletic field, pavilion with electricity and grills, restrooms, outdoor classroom, inclusive playground, rain garden and a 2/3 mile loop trail.
Flat Creek Trail: The trail runs from Legion Park to Kircher Park and has a connection to Route 66 State Park.
Forby Road Nature Trail (551 Forby Road): Located on Forby Road approximately 200 yards west of Alt Road and contains a ¼ mile nature trail adjacent to Clifty Creek.
Hilltop Park (17180 Hilltop Ridge Drive): This 34.7 acre park is located at Meramec Boulevard and Hilltop Ridge Drive near Forby Road. The park features a pavilion (first come, first serve) with grills and a fully stocked lake for seasonal fishing. An annual fishing derby is held each November.
Kircher Park (25 Williams Road): This 20.51 acre park located on Williams Road near I-44 features two pavilions with electricity and grills, restrooms and an accessible trail connection to Route 66 State Park. The park also contains a 9 hole disc golf course and is home to the St. Louis Live Steamers small scale steam trains. Visit www.StLouisLiveSteamers.org for more information about St. Louis Live Steamers.
Legion Park (333 Bald Hill Road): This 11.37 acre park located on the west side of Bald Hill Road features the Eureka Community Center, four unlit athletic fields, a pavilion, playground, basketball court, restrooms and pavilion with electricity and grills.
Wm. F. “Bud” Weber Community Center is available to rent for social events or meetings. The Eureka Community Center is also home to several Parks and Recreation Department programs like martial arts and gymnastics.
Lions Park (340 Bald Hill Road): This 14.25 acre park located on the east side of Bald Hill Road features two lighted tennis courts (also lined for pickleball), two lighted athletic fields, two unlighted athletic fields, pavilion with electricity and grills, restrooms and playground.
Soetebier Park (187 Williams Road): This 26.65 acre park features athletic fields intended for football, rugby or lacrosse practice use only.
West Frisco Park (14 West Frisco Avenue): located at Frisco Street and Virginia Avenue in Old Town Eureka. It is an event space with a gazebo that is available for rental like any pavilion. There are no permanent restrooms available at this park.
* To rent park pavilions, athletic fields, the Eureka Community Center or spaces at The Timbers, call the Parks and Recreation Department at 636-938-6775 or click here for the applications.