Meet in the St. Louis Forest Park in winter. Walk in the forest park, pass by the history museum, art museum, zoo, and continue to the science museum. There are people running in shorts and shorts along the road, cyclists, anglers by the lake, golfers, tennis courts...There is such a large forest park in the city center, and there are a lot of fun In places of entertainment, people take exercise and enjoy the sun and outdoor air as part of their lives. I am a little ashamed in my sweater and pants.
The park has a large area and is surrounded by the Missouri History Museum, the St. Louis Art Museum, the Zoo, and Washington University in St. Louis. The public welfare seems to be good throughout Missouri, and all museums and zoos are free.
The first time I came to the Forest Park, it covers a large area and only a small part of it took more than 2 hours. It's autumn, the leaves are red, especially beautiful against the blue sky! After visiting the museum, I can only understand the Asian part.
As the site of the 1904 World Exposition, Forest Park is the second largest urban park in the country. There are many things you can do here. As a local, I think Forest Park is the center of outdoor life in St. Louis. The Forest Park contains a zoo, the St. Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, a lake, a golf course, and endless bicycle and walking trails. Outdoor skating (in winter), fishing, picnics and barbecues are also good choices for you here. There are also several sports venues in the park, which are home to some amateur sports leagues. Although located in the urban area of the Midwest, Forest Park still has its own unique beauty. It is like a gem in the gateway city of St. Louis.
A place with beautiful mountains and clear waters, beautiful people and beautiful songs
So glad they saved this land after the World's Fair. Strolling about, even on a miserably windy and cold day, was so enjoyable. St. Louis has a real gem here.
Just drove around here to go to the zoo, but it was sold out on reservations. Neat place to drive around and took some pics.
Plenty of parking and places for picnics, exercises, walking your dog. Houses the Art and History Museums as well as the zoo- all free!
A large park with many things to do and see. We stopped at the visitors center and walked through the park viewing the variety of artwork, buildings and views. Beautiful vistas - a great place to stop...
Took a 3 and a half mile hike around the park today. The park is clean, patrolled and well kept up. It was a rather cool and blustery day but the parks looks great and should be enjoyed by all.