Spend a quiet morning fishing at Klondike Park.Photo courtesy St. Charles County Parks.
Few family activities provide a better way to bond with nature and one another than fishing. Although good fishing spots are often carefully guarded secrets, we have the best bets for local fishing holes that are sure to leave your family with plenty of fish tales. Grab your hat and tackle box and go fish!
Watch your favorite movies on the Busch II Infield at Ballpark Village.Photo courtesy Ballpark Village.
No matter how many times your child has seen that beloved movie, there's something special about watching it again against the backdrop of a balmy summer night. This summer, local parks and pools will be transformed into theaters for your favorite flicks. Whether your family wants to bond over "The Good Dinosaur," sing with "Frozen" or quote favorite lines from "Finding Dory," we've got the best bets for outdoor movies in St. Louis.
A fort-inspired playground and quiet surroundings make Indian Camp Creek a top destination for a trip to the playground.Photo courtesy St. Charles County Parks & Rec.
If your child longs for the swings, the slides and the joy of making new friends, we have your best bets for local playgrounds. Whether your kids dream of hiding in a tree house, storming a castle or defending a wilderness fort, we have the top spots for them to play, explore and let their imaginations soar.
Take a trip on the Wabash, Frisco and Pacific Railroad.Photo courtesy Wabash, Frisco and Pacific Railway Association.
If your little one is intrigued by the sights and sounds of all things trains, you are in the right city to foster that love. Visit one of these clubs and destinations to see their faces light up and teach them a few things along the way.