Parks and Recreation

The policy for fishing in Twin Oaks Park is a catch and release.  However, the Board of Aldermen has recently passed Ordinance No. 18-21 which has placed a temporary ban on fishing in the Twin Oaks lakes.  This was recommended by our engineers until we can gain environmental stability.


Committee Agendas and Minutes:

Park Committee Agendas and Minutes are available in PDF format for your review, shown by date of meeting. Minutes prior to this period will need to be requested from the City Office at 636-225-7873.

Click here for Minutes from entire year.


Gardening and Forestry Tips

Click here for Garden and Forestry updates.



Click here to view the regulations for Twin Oaks Park.  Commercial activity in the park now requires a permit.  The fee is $100.00 per session which is 1 hour and less than 10 people.  If there are more than 10 people please contact the City office at 636-225-7873.  The permit may be obtained at the City office located at 1393 Big Bend Road, Suite F, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

You can also read more details about Ordinance 459 as well as the full Memorandum Opinion from the Havlak v. Village of Twin Oaks lawsuit regarding commercial photography in the park.


Park Reservations

Twin Oaks Pedestrian Park is centrally located within the City.  Limited Handicapped parking is available on the multi-purpose court via Twin Oaks Court.  For more information on Park Reservations, please click here .


Riverchase / The Lodge Memberships

The City offers residents the opportunity for a membership to RiverChase and The Lodge of Des Peres.  Residents can purchase an annual membership at RiverChase at the Fenton resident rate and the city will pay the non-resident fee difference.

To join either facility, present an I.D. showing your address and pay the Residential rate.

Click here to learn more about RiverChase and The Lodge of Des Peres.


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