Parks

About Our Parks

St. Ann features six parks that total 92 acres, each with their own set of amenities and entertainment such as the following:

  • Ball diamonds
  • Barbeque grills
  • Comfort stations
  • Mini-shelters
  • Pavilions
  • Playgrounds
  • Roller hockey
  • Soccer fields
  • Swimming pool / water slides
  • Tennis courts
  • Volleyball courts

Please note that available individual park amenities are listed below.

 


Residents with valid Resident Privilege Card or Resident Membership Card may reserve a pavilion for the next year during the months of May through October beginning the first Saturday of every November. 


 


PARK RULES 


  • Non-residents can reserve a pavilion 1 month prior to the date requested. 

  • Resident rate is $50 with your St. Ann Privilege proof of residency.

  • Non-Resident rate is $100 and payment by cash, check and credit card.

  • In addition, $100 security deposit is required when renting any pavilion.  Deposit will be returned upon satisfactory inspection of permit site and pick-up on deposit can be arranged through a city representative. Please note all processed transactions are refunded by check through city hall. This process can take 4-6 weeks. 

  • Reservations are made in person during front desk hours at the community center. M-F 6:30am-8:45pm, Sat 9am-8:45pm and Sun noon-6pm.

  • Reservation time is 10am-dark in all parks. Public works will clean and empty trash no later than by 10am. If there is a problem please call the community center at (314) 429-4545. On Sundays before 11am you may also call the non emergency police line for someone to contact a park ranger or other staff member.

  • Pavilion fees are NON-REFUNDABLE. The option to change to another date within the same year is offered with a $25 processing fee in conjunction with date availability. Request to change date must be made 7 days prior to the scheduled date.

  • Music/DJ’S are allowed at single pavilions or if you rent all 3 of the tri-pavilions at Tiemeyer. Noise level must be kept at a considerate level of all park visitors. You will be warned once to turn it down before being asked to leave.

  • You are not permitted to drive on the grass at any time.

  • Inflatables are allowed. There is not a public water hook up please do not bring water based inflatables. A liability waiver from the company being used must be sent to the Parks Director at least 2 weeks prior to the event.  tyounker@stannmo.org . Inspections are required by the St. Louis County Department of Public Works for inflatables and bounce houses. Renter is responsible for obtaining proper permits through St. Louis County regarding inflatable. Please call 314-615-7806 for the inspection fees and to schedule your inspection.

  • Alcohol is allowed however, NO GLASS BOTTLES are allowed in any of our parks.

  • Fishing is allowed in Tiemeyer Park's Gendron Lake, however you are subject to Missouri Fishing regulations. https://mdc.mo.gov/. The Conservation Department stocks our lake and we ask that you not release any animals or chemicals in the lake. If witnessing someone putting chemicals or powders in lake please call police department.

  • Gendron Lake has several fish species including Black Bass, Catfish, Trout, and Crappie.


 

To guarantee a pavilion during May-October permits are required. Your permit will be mailed to your home. You must have your Park Permit with you the day of your event. If someone has mistakenly taken your pavilion you will need this permit to show you are the renter for the day. (On weekends if there is a problem, please call the non-emergency number for the police dispatch, who will get a message to a park ranger or send an officer to have that party leave 314-427-8000.)

 

 Should you need further information, including ball field information, call the Parks Department at 314-429-4545 Monday - Friday 8am-4pm.

 


 



Ducks and Geese

Please, Break the Bread Habit!


It may be a beautiful day, and you might like to gather up the family and a loaf of bread and head to Tiemeyer Park to feed the ducks and geese but please do not do it. You will violate city ordinance.We are attempting to protect them and when you feed the waterfowl human food, such as bread, not only is it bad for their health but it also contributes significantly to the pollution of the lake and surrounding grounds. The colorful mallards and geese you see have bodies that allow them to fly. They are physically designed to eat natural foods growing in their environment to stay healthy and light for flight. Thanks in advance for your cooperation!


Parks & Amenities


Schafer Park
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Wright Ave.
  • Acres: Seven
  • Ball diamonds: Two
  • Barbeque grills: Two
  • Comfort stations: One
  • Mini shelters: Two
  • Pavilions: One
  • Playgrounds: One
  • Tennis courts: One
  • Walking trails: One
Mary Ridge Park
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Westridge Drive
  • Acres: Three
  • Ball diamonds: One
  • Barbeque grills: One
  • Comfort stations: One
  • Pavilions: One
  • Playground: One
St. Ann Park
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4445 N. Ashby Road
  • Acres: 33
  • Ball diamonds: One
  • Barbeque grills: 7
  • Basketball courts: Half court
  • Comfort stations: Two
  • Mini shelters: Two
  • Pavilions: Two
  • Playgrounds: One
  • Walking trails: One
  • Roller hockey rink: One
Buder Park
3195 Breckenridge Road
  • Acres: One
  • Barbeque grills: One
  • Pavilions: One
Tiemeyer Park
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3311 Ashby Road
  • Acres: 41
  • Amphitheater: One
  • Ball Diamonds: Two
  • Barbeque Grills: Six
  • Comfort Stations: Four
  • Lakes: One 
  • Mini Shelters: Two
  • Pavilions: Four
  • Playgrounds: Two
  • Roller Hockey Rink: One 
  • Shower Rooms: Four
  • Swimming Pools: Two
  • Tennis Courts: Two
  • Volleyball Courts: Two
  • Walking Trails: One


Livingston / Wright Park
Livingston and Wright Ave.
  • Acres: 1/2
  • Playgrounds: One
  • Mini shelter: One
  • Barbeque grills: One
Vatterott Fields
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4101 North Ashby Road
  • Acres: 6 1/2
  • Ball diamonds: Two
  • Comfort stations: One
  • Pavilions: One
  • Soccer fields: One

For information regarding Vatterott Fields call the community center at 314-429-4545.


As always if you see anything suspicious please notify the proper authorities.