Park Information

City Parks

Updated July 9, 2020

This page provides information on Wildwood City parks (visit the COVID-19 Trails page for specific details on Wildwood trails and trailheads). This page may not include up-to-date information on County and State Parks. We recommend you visit their specific pages for details.  

Please stay home if you do not feel well

Park NameStatus of Facilities
Al Foster Memorial Trailhead Parking Lot - Open
Restrooms - Closed (portable restrooms available)
Trail - Open
Anniversary Park Parking Lot - Open
Pavilion - Open
Playground  - Closed until further notice
Restrooms - Closed (portable restroom available in parking lot)
Bluff View ParkParking Lot - Open
Restrooms - Portable restrooms open
Trail - Open
Community Park Parking Lot - Open
Pavilions - Open   
Playground - Closed until further notice
Restrooms - Closed (portable restrooms available)
Trail - Open
Community Park Dog Park - Buddy’s PlaceDog Park - Open 
Glencoe City ParkParking Lot - Open
Pavilion - Open
Playground - Closed until further notice
Restrooms - Closed
Trail - Open
John L. LeCave Memorial Trailhead Parking Lot - Open
Trail - Open
Old Pond SchoolParking Lot - Open
Pavilion - Open
Playground - Closed until further notice
Restrooms - Portable restroom available


All Playgrounds Closed

All playgrounds (including Anniversary Park, Community Park, Glencoe City Park, and Old Pond School), playground equipment and restrooms remain closed in all parks in Wildwood. You can still participate in outdoor activities like walking, running, hiking and biking!  To this end, the City’s trail corridors remain open, but practice social distancing and follow all recommended steps of the CDC in this regard. We encourage you to get outside and explore the great parks and trails in Wildwood.

From our friends and partner, Great Rivers Greenway, reminding us to be safe, even while outdoors. Enjoy the parks, trails, and other great public areas, but please be safe out there!

Be Mindful

St. Louis County Parks

Greensfelder County Park located within Wildwood is now open.