Fyler Ave. and Hampton Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63139
www.stlouis-mo.govThere are two Tilles Parks in St. Louis, one in the county and one in the city. The city park, on Fyler Avenue at Hampton, is the one with a basketball court. The park is small and simple, but friendly and well kept. It has the feel of a neighborhood park, and is a great place to shoot some baskets with friends. The park has a playground for children, lots of trees and great areas for dog walking and running.
800 Guy Park Drive
Chesterfield, MO 63005
www.mostateparks.comWhen you’re in the mood to leave the city behind, Babler State Park is waiting for you. This park is large and wooded; in fact, it’s a popular spot for tent camping and hiking. Families can arrange horseback rides around the park. But it’s also a sweet spot for some b-ball in an unusual woodland setting. Bring a picnic or some burgers to grill at one of the picnic sites and spend the day enjoying this wilderness in the middle of West County.
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12450 W. Watson Road
Sunset Hills, MO 63127
www.sunset-hills.comWatson Trail is another friendly, neighborly park, this time in Sunset Hills. The well-maintained basketball court is available from dawn to dusk. While you’re in the park, you should try the disc golf course (aka Frisbee golf). It’s unique and a favorite attraction of the park. A sand volleyball court is another unique attraction at Watson Trail. After you’ve played yourself out, cool off with a dip in the park’s swimming pool.
329 New Ballwin Road
Ballwin, MO 63021
www.ballwin.mo.usLooking for a friendly neighborhood park out West? New Ballwin Park is a clean, sweet little greenspace in the County, and has four nice basketball courts. When you’re done shooting baskets, you can enjoy the walking paths, or play a little tennis or sand volleyball. Bring a picnic to share by the lake. The lake is stocked, by the way, so you can relax with a fishing pole after your b-ball game and picnic.
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