Fall Hayride Events

Group Hayrides

Hayrides Around St. Louis County for Fall 2018

St. Louis County Parks offers a variety of hayrides this fall for all ages and interests. Our History Hayrides are perfect for our history buffs and we have options to bring the kids or have an adults night out with food, drinks and fun! If you are looking for a great group activity, check out our private group hayrides offered at Queeny Park.

Living History Hayrides at Jefferson Barracks

Enjoy a hayride through historic Jefferson Barracks with re-enactor vignettes throughout the park. The re-enactors will explain their time period, uniforms and equipment during stops. Space is limited. Advance reservation is required. Call 314-615-8800 or e-mail [email protected].

Missouri Harvest Hayrides

Taking the place of our Fall Heritage Festival we invite you to join us to celebrate harvest in Missouri. Take a hayride through historic Faust Park, with views of the Governor’s mansion and the Faust Estate as well as beautiful tree lined trails. Join us in the Historic Village to watch and try your hand at various harvest time activities. Advanced reservations are highly suggested for this hayride by calling 314-615-8328 or visiting us on the web. Want to skip the hayride? Visit the Faust Historic Village for $5. Village will be open from 3:30-8pm.

Fall Family Hayride with Country Music

Join us for a special evening at Creve Coeur Park. Enjoy music, marshmallows and hot chocolate. These hayrides are for people of all abilities, a ramp assisted hay wagon will be available. Lawn chairs are welcome; music starts at 6:30pm. Due to limited space on the ramp accessible wagon, those needing accommodations should call only 314 615-8826 to make arrangements. Advanced reservations are required. Call 314 615-8826.

History Hayrides at Faust Park

Join us after dark for a hayride around Faust Park. Then wander through candlelit historic homes, where refreshments and storytellers await. Warm up with a bonfire and enjoy live music. Tickets must be purchased in advance for the hayride from our website or by calling 314-615-8332 or 314-615-4386.

Family Hayride and Music under the Stars at Greensfelder Park

Meet at Mustang Shelter to enjoy Greensfelder Park under the stars. You’ll ride a haywagon through this beautiful afternoon & evening setting. After your hayride, enjoy roasting marshmallows over an open fire, sipping hot chocolate while listening to live county music. Dress for the weather. Space is limited. Advance registration is required. Call 314 615-5572.

Evening Hayride and Music Under the Stars

Meet at White-Tail Deer Shelter to enjoy Lone Elk Park like never before. Ride a hay wagon through this beautiful setting and spot Elk, Deer and other wildlife. Later you can warm up by the fire, roast marshmallows and listen to live music. See if you can pick out the sounds of Elk bugling in the distance. Bring a flashlight, lawn chairs are welcome and music starts at 7pm. Space is limited. Advanced registration is required. Call 314 615-8822.

Fall Harvest Fest

Fall is in the air with crisp cool nights and crackling bonfires. In store for you is a fun filled evening with Live Music, Bonfires to warm by, Food Trucks & Winery with a variety of good eats and drinks for purchase. Kettle corn popped hot on the spot and continuous hayrides around the park. Parking is in the lot at the new Lemay Pavilion (305 Gregg Rd.) with a short walk to the open cantonment field. Purchase tickets in advance on the web, $10 per person all ages (everyone must have a ticket for the event.) Sorry no coolers. Dress warm as October can be chilly, a lawn chair is suggested. To register or for more info call 314-615-8822 or 8820.


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Park Postings:

(As of 5/10/19 11:00 a.m.)

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.

Sioux Passage boat ramp and campgrounds are closed due to flooding.

The 5 mile and 1/2 mile loop trails at Cliff Cave Park are 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.