Blanchette Park

Blanchette Park was the first City Park acquired on September 26, 1914 and the beginnings of the St. Charles Parks and Recreation Department. Over time, many improvements have taken place in Blanchette Park. Blanchette Park, however, is still well known for setting citizen expectations of excellence for their Parks.

Blanchette Park’s playground was updated with new 100% Missouri Recycled Scrap Tire surfacing (funding was provided by Missouri Department of Natural Resources) and new climbing net has been completed and reopened back to the public on May 4, 2018.

Park Hours:
Dawn – 12 am (April 1 – Nov. 14)
Dawn – 10 pm (Nov. 15 – March 31)
Park hours may be extended to 12am
on days that snow is present for sledding.

1900 Randolph

  • 44 Acres
  • Blanchette Aquatic Facility
  • Playground Area
  • 4 Picnic Shelters
  • 2 Large Baseball Diamonds
  • 1 Small Baseball Diamonds
  • 1 Football Field (Seasonal)
  • 3 Tennis/Pickleball Courts
  • 12 Horseshoe Courts
  • Paved Hike/Bike Trail Park
  • Sledding Hill
  • Little Library
  • Memorial Hall Community Building
  • Rau Garden
  • Angel of Hope Statue
  • Concession stand restrooms are open April 1-November 14. Restrooms closest to the Aquatic Facility are open year round.