Arnold - Arnold City Park

Bradley Beach Road

Arnold City Park is located off Jeffco Blvd. and #1 Bradley Beach Road. The 68-acre park has an eight-acre fishing lake and four pavilions, each with electric and BBQ pits. The park also has two playgrounds, a paved 1/2 mile walking trail, two softball fields, two horseshow pits, restrooms, and a tennis court. A boat ramp off of Jeffco Blvd. next to Hollywood Beach Road provides parking and a picnic area.  Arnold City Park also offers a para-course, an outdoor course with areas designated for specific exercises.

Arnold City Park Pavilions

Each pavilion has electric and a BBQ pit!

Bandstand - seats 35 (overlooks lake & nearby bathrooms)
$10 for residents     $20 for non-residents

Pecan - seats 75 (overlooks lake)
$25 for residents     $35 for non-residents

Dogwood - seats 75 (near playground, lake, & bathroom)
$25 for residents     $35 for non-residents

Kiwanis - seats 250 (near tennis courts)
$25 for residents     $35 for non-residents

Pavilion reservations must be made through the Parks & Recreation Department by calling (636)282-2380.


Christian White

Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Everyone at this Park is always friendly, and respectful. It's always cleaned up, too. Which is definitely a bonus, because I've been to parks that people have completely trashed. You can tell that everyone, that comes here anyway, cares about this place. It's a nice place to bring your kids, and the other parents don't seem to mind if your kids interact, which it's different everywhere you go, so that's a plus. And if you don't have kids, it's a nice place to get some exercise. People are courteous, and leave you be, so you're free to run how ever many laps you please. Overall, great experience. They are building a farmer's market right near the park too, it's very close, which is an even bigger plus.

Steven Burchett

Saturday, March 10, 2018
Great flat, level park for walking with paved trails both around the lake and through lightly wooded areas. A nice two-section playground with a mulch floor. Older tennis courts, several pavilions, ball fields. Looks like a farmer's market in warmer months. We came today for the 9-hole disc golf course - it's flat and forgiving. First four very open, next five more tight and technical with lots of trees. A solid place to learn and fall in love with disc golf.

Amanda Werner

Saturday, March 17, 2018
Small but nice for its size! The lake is pretty and there is lots of wildlife. Good place for a jog (with or without your pup) or for a gathering as there are multiple public gazebos.

Malik Softic

Monday, May 7, 2018
Very clean and the kids have so much fun at the play area and theres a wonderful lake where you can walk around or exercise i go weekly

Christine LaChance

Monday, May 14, 2018
Nice afternoon walk through the woods and we came across these deer... Love it