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COVID-19 Closure Updates

St. Louis County has issued guidance for some businesses to begin reopening on May 18. According to the guidance, Recreation facilities, programs and events are all still deemed high risk and therefore must remain closed. This currently affects Kirkwood Community Center, Ice Arena, Aquatic Center, playgrounds, and all indoor and outdoor events and programs. St. Louis County did not give any specific date on when these types of facilities and programs may be able to resume or when they will re-evaluate. Our parks remain open for walking, biking and open space play with families in the same household. Please continue to Social Distance.

If you have further questions please ask by email webtrac@kirkwoodmo.org

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 At this time, parks maintained by the City of Kirkwood will remain open during daylight hours.  Park users are encouraged to observe the following to limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus:

  • Stay at home if you are sick
  • Trail & sidewalk users should walk single file, watch your spacing, and avoid crowded or congested areas
  • Keep at least 6 feet from anyone you do not live with
  • Playgrounds, restrooms and all courts are closed

Adopt a Tree, Bench, or Brick in the Parks: Greentree Legacy Donation Program

  • Kirkwood Park

    Kirkwood Park
    1. Address:111 S Geyer Road
      Kirkwood, MO 63122
    Amenities:
    1. Accessible Parking
    2. Amphitheater
    3. Aquatic Center
    4. Athletic Fields
    5. Baseball Diamond
    6. BBQ Pits
    7. Benches
    8. Community Center
    9. Community Garden
    10. Concessions
    11. Drinking Fountain
    12. Fishing
    13. Handball/Racquetball Court
    14. Parking
    15. Pavilion
    16. Pickleball Court
    17. Picnic Area
    18. Playground
    19. Restrooms
    20. Skating Rink
    21. Spray Fountain
    22. Swings
    23. Tennis Court
    24. Walking Path
    Categories:
    1. Parks

The oldest park in Kirkwood was established in 1941 with the purchase of two 20-acre tracts. Today the park has grown to 92 acres and features the Kirkwood Community Center, the Recreation Station Ice Arena, Aquatic Center, Racquet Center, playground, picnic pavilions, open picnic sites, athletic fields, handball courts, horseshoe pits, concession stand and a community garden. Other features include the Lions’ Amphitheater and Walker Lake where you can fish to your heart’s content. 314-822-5855 for reservations.


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