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  • Boathouse


    6101 Government Drive St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-367-2224 Forest Park's Boathouse lies in the heart of the park, nestled near the art museum and zoo, making it an easy go-to for weary, hungry park visitors. The patio sits next to Post-Dispatch Lake, where paddle boaters cruise by during the summer/early fall. The menu provides options for all ages, with salads, pizzas, sandwiches and a separate kids' menu. The outdoor bar offers cold beverages for those who are waiting for a table or just want to sit outside and take in the surroundings. More >>

  • Dwight Davis Tennis Center

    Dwight Davis Tennis Center

    5620 Grand Drive St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-361-0177 Looking for tennis with a bourgeois vibe at a price the proletariat can afford? Check out the Dwight Davis Tennis Center in Forest Park. This place is no free court next to a playground — you know, the one with cracks that kill your backspin and a net that sags way below regulation height. It also isn’t the snobbish country club with v-neck sweaters and tennis whites. Nope, this is where you go if you just want to play tennis, and do so on a pristine court. The center features a snack shop, locker rooms, light pro shop (racquet stringing, grips, etc.), 18 hard courts with lights and one stadium court. There are also private lessons and plenty of tennis programs for adults and children. Fees depend on the season and your age (students and seniors get discounts) but range between $5 and $20 per court. If you like DDTC, look into an annual pass. If you love the center, and find yourself in love, you can even get married there — the big white tent, stadium court and clubhouse are available for events. More >>

  • Forest Park Visitor and Education Center

    5595 Grand Drive St. Louis, MO 63112

  • Highlands Golf and Tennis Center

    5163 Clayton Ave. St. Louis, MO 63110

  • Hudlin Tennis Center

    Hudlin Tennis Center

    700 South Kingshighway Boulevard St. Louis, MO 63112

    Hudlin Park might just feature the best free tennis courts in St. Louis. Tucked between Forest Park and medical buildings, and above an underground parking garage, the complex features six hard courts and lights, plus access to four handball courts and bathrooms. Except for a few dead spots and water pools, the courts are in excellent condition. The place can be a little hard to find and parking is metered from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Once you’re there, feel free to go all-out: if you sprain an ankle, medical assistance is literally across the street. More >>

  • Norman K Probstein Golf Course

    Norman K Probstein Golf Course

    6141 Lagoon Drive St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-367-1337 A storied past and central location alone would be enough to keep the Norman K. Probstein Golf Course crowded, but the flexibility and quality of the course’s 27 holes make it one of the top public links in the area. In operation since 1912 and in its current form since 2004, the “Courses at Forest Park” take duffers on a practical tour of the park, with stops near the Grand Basin, St. Louis Art Museum, Missouri History Museum and houses along Skinker and Lindell. The three nine-hole courses — Hawthorn, Dogwood and Redbud — are each par 35, and they’re all relatively flat, although five of the nine Dogwood holes incorporate water. Rates vary from a low of $18.00 for nine weekday walking holes, to a high of $46.50 for 18 weekend riding holes. Tee times can be booked online, but the course frequently hosts events so be sure to call ahead. More >>

  • Pin-Up Bowl

    Pin-Up Bowl

    6191 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63112
    314-727-5555 Pin-Up Bowl is another Joe Edwards establishment that, like all Joe Edwards establishments in the Delmar Loop, is an insanely popular mainstay with both locals and out-of-towners. The bowling alley and bar draws the post-Pageant and typical Loop crowd: Wash U students, scenesters, misfits and everything in between. Blue neon bathes the handful of lanes, and whoops and hollers can be heard from the bar, but you'll enjoy drinking here even if you don't feel like swapping your heels (or Chucks!) for bowling shoes. More >>

  • Steinberg Skating Rink

    Steinberg Skating Rink

    400 Jefferson Drive St. Louis, MO 63110
    314-367-7465 or 314-361-0613