Kirkwood Parks and Recreation Tennis Center
 
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Kirkwood Tennis Courts

The rebuilt tennis courts in Kirkwood Park re-opened on May 10, 2011,  for public play. Construction began in October 2010 on the replacement of the eight asphalt tennis courts on the northeast corner of the park with post-tensioned concrete courts. The perimeter fence was also replaced. Kirkwood residents can enjoy the courts at a cost of $4 per day, while non-residents can play for $5 per day. Season passes, or a 10-punch user card, are available for purchase at the Kirkwood Community Center. Call 314-822-5855 for details.

 

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Kirkwood City Park McEntee Memorial Park Connor Walker Park Mitchell Park Fillmore Park Grant's Trail Meacham Memorial Park Emmenegger Nature Park Greentree Park Fireman's Memorial Park Historic Quinette Cemetery Meramec Highlands Quarry at Dee Koestering Park Ella and Charles E. Monfort, Jr. Memorial Park

KIRKWOOD PARK

111 S Geyer Road

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, Raquet 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.

EMMENEGGER NATURE PARK (PDF)

11991 Stoneywood Drive

 

GREENTREE PARK (PDF)

2150 Marshall Road

 

MERAMEC HIGHLANDS QUARRY AT DEE KOESTERING PARK (PDF)

1703 Marshall Road

 

WALKER PARK (PDF)

135 E Washington Avenue

 

MITCHELL PARK (PDF)

115 Mitchell Place

 

FILLMORE PARK (PDF)

340 S Fillmore Avenue

 

MEACHAM MEMORIAL PARK (PDF)

340 New York Street

 

ELLA AND CHARLES E. MONFORT, JR. MEMORIAL PARK (PDF)

2036 Briargate Lane

 

HISTORIC QUINETTE CEMETERY (PDF)

12188 Old Big Bend Road

 

AVERY PARK (PDF)

225 Avery Drive

 

FIREMAN'S PARK

Located behind historic Firehouse #2, this 3.4-acre park has been left in a relatively natural state, with one small picnic site available. - 11804 Big Bend Boulevard.


MCENTEE MEMORIAL PARK

131 W Madison Avenue

 

GRANT'S TRAIL ACCESS

Kirkwood's portal to the eight mile stretch of Grant's Trail, running along the old Carondolet branch of the Missouri Pacific railroad. A state of the art "green" comfort station is operational on a seasonal basis. An on street connector route also takes travelers through the heart of downtown Kirkwood and then on to Kirkwood Park, Historic Quinette Cemetery and the Meramec Highlands Quarry at Dee Koestering Park.– 700 S Holmes Avenue