Park Shelter Policy

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Parks and Recreation Donation Policy

The City of St. Louis and its Parks & Recreation Commission have put together a list of guidelines and recommendations for anyone who would like to make either a financial donation or to donate a physical item for any of our park areas, such as a bench, tree, etc.  Please read the following policy if you are interested in doing something like this. 
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Lincoln Park


Lincoln Park is a 1.1 acre neighborhood park that serves the needs of residents in the southeast quadrant of the City. The park has a children's play structure, benches, and picnic facilities. The park is located on Lincoln Street. On-site parking is available.


Leppien Park


Leppien Park is a 3.7 acre park located on the City's west side at the intersection of M-46 and Devon Drive. The park provides 350 feet of river access, has picnic and barbecue facilities, play equipment, a shelter, boat ramp, and docks over-looking the water. The park is an ideal location for weary travelers.


Penny Park


Penny Park is a recently developed park located on East Prospect Street. The 1.2 acre park provides open space for the area as well as a scenic overlook of the river. The park has children's play structure, picnic tables, and benches.


Clapp Memorial Park


Located at the City's center on four wooded acres is Clapp Park. A picnic shelter, picnic tables and grills and play structures provide users with a central location for picnics and other passive activities. A new feature in the park is a large gazebo. If you would like to reserve the gazebo, please contact Mari Anne Layman at (989) 681-2137 ext. 1.  The park is located on East Saginaw across the street from St. Louis High School and is fronted by M-46.


Lions Park

Lion's Park is located on the City's south side between the Pine River and Michigan Avenue. The 3 acre park includes over 1,500 linear feet of river access and is surrounded by residential property. A recent addition to the park is a paved riverwalk for residents to enjoy.

Barnum Park

The City's newest park, Barnum Park was dedicated in 2002. This half-acre park is located on Main Street two blocks north of M-46 along the Pine River near the St. Louis Electric Department dam.  Easy fishing access is provided by a wooden platform constructed through the help of DNR Fisheries grant.  Parking is available on the north side of the park and benches are also available.
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