West Tyson Park

131 North Outer Road East
Saint Louis, MO 63025

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Park Hours
8 a.m. - 30 minutes past sunset

General Information / History
Originally, a part of the Federal Government’s Tyson Valley Powder Plant, the initial 240 acres of West Tyson was conveyed to St. Louis County in 1955. In 1979, St. Louis County purchased the additional 410 Mincke Tract with a L&WCF grant. This tract is just north of the original park. The whole park includes rugged wooded uplands which typify Ozark beauty, steep bluffs, flood plain, and a portion of the Meramec River.

In 1985, the Chubb Trail, which was developed by the St. Louis County Department of Parks and Recreation and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources through the cooperative efforts of MRRA, was opened. The trail is open to hikers, equestrians and mountain bikes. Access to the Chubb Trail can be obtained through either West Tyson or Lone Elk County Parks.

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Features & Amenities
 + Trails
 + Year-Round Restroom (Campsite restroom)
 + Group Camping
 + Roth Lodge



View Park Events

 

Park Postings:

(As of 6/18/19 8:00 a.m.)


A section of the Blue Heron trail at Simpson Park is closed due to flooding. 



The splash pad at Castle Point Park is currently out of service. 


The ½ mile & 5 mile trails at Cliff Cave Park are closed due to flooding.


Marine Ave through Creve Coeur Park (between Dorsett Rd and 141) is closed due to flooding.


The trail at Ft. Bellefontaine that runs parallel to Coldwater Creek is closed due to a washout. 


Unger Park is closed due to flooding.


The Sylvan Springs tennis courts are closed for repairs.


Portions of the Chubb Trail are under water due to flooding.


Lemay Park is closed due to flooding.


Widman Park is closed due to flooding.


George Winter Park is closed due to flooding.


Lower Meramec Trail is closed due to flooding.


The Grant's Spur along Grant's Trail was severely damaged during periods of heavy rain. For safety reasons, this short trail has been closed.


Ohlendorf Park restroom will out of service until further notice. Portable toilets and hand washing stations remain onsite for public use.