Lemay Park

236 Fannie Avenue

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

General Information / History
Lemay Park is located in a section of the River Des Peres floodplain originally developed as a residential neighborhood from the 1870s until about 1910. These buildings were purchased and removed following extensive damage in the Great Flood of 1993. The park turned a disaster into a community asset.

It was dedicated in October, 1996 by Vice President Al Gore during his campaign for re-election. Park facilities have been specifically designed to withstand future flooding.

Features & Amenities
 + Playground
 + Trails
 + Spray Fountain Play Area
 + Basketball
 + 2 Reservable Shelters
Main Shelter
North Shelter



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Park Postings:

(As of 3/6/18 8:00 a.m.)

Parks closed due to flooding:
Al Foster Trail
Sherman Beach and Chubb Trails along the river are no longer under water, but are sandy and muddy with debris blocking places.

*Riverside trail at Simpson is open, however there is a 50 ft. section at the eastern end that had to be re-routed.  The footing is sand and dirt. Users should be cautious of sand smears across the trail after rain events.


* Unger Park roads are open to the Riverside Trail Parking lot, however, the Riverside Trail remains closed beyond this parking lot

* The Bottomland Trail along Grant's Trail was severely damaged during periods of heavy rain. For safety reasons, this short trail has been closed. Plans are being developed to relocate the trail away from Gravois Creek.

* The east side of Cliff Cave Road including the field, River Bluff Trail and Spring Valley Trail are closed at Cliff Cave Park for construction.

 

 


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