Arnold - Arnold City Park

Bradley Beach Road
636-282-2380

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.



Reviews

Christian White

Rating:
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

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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

Rating:
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

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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

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