Maryland Heights is a city in St. Louis County, Missouri, and west-central suburb of St. Louis. Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park, the first park established in St. Louis County, was a popular summer resort in the early 1900s. In its heart is a 320-acre lake. Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum is located at the Creve Coeur Airport and has a significant collection of 1920s and 1930s aircraft. Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre is a large outdoor music venue that has hosted some big names in its time. The Quarry at Crystal Springs is an 18-hole golf course.
1.Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park
Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park is a 2,145-acre park located in Maryland Heights, Missouri. It is the largest of all St. Louis County Parks and it includes a natural oxbow Creve Coeur Lake, one of the largest in Missouri. The park is great destination for picnicking and various sports activities – it has tennis courts, athletic fields and an archery course. Crystal Springs Quarry Golf Course, an 18-hole course, is also located within the park. The Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park Bridge, part of Missouri Route 364, is also in the park. The park has an asphalt walking trail that runs around the lake and connects to a lane on the bridge that runs across the Missouri River and links to the Katy Trail. A significant portion of the park is wetlands, and the park has been used to study various waterfowl.
13725 Marine Ave, St. Louis, MO 63146, Phone: 314-615-4386
2.Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
The Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, previously called Riverport Amphitheatre, UMB Bank Pavilion and Verizon Wireless Amphitheater St. Louis, is a 7,000-seat outdoor concert venue, with additional lawn seating for 13,000. It is located in Maryland Heights, Missouri, near St. Louis. The venue was opened on June 14, 1991, with a concert by Steve Winwood. The amphitheater hosted a range of large names in music world. A riot erupted during the concert by Guns n’ Roses in 1991. The bands REO Speedwagon and Styx performed at the venue in 2000. Sting performed with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra during his Symphonicities Tour in 2010. The amphitheater also hosted a range of music festivals.
14141 Riverport Dr, Maryland Heights, MO 63043, Phone: 314-298-9944
3.The Quarry at Crystal Springs
© The Quarry at Crystal Springs
The Quarry at Crystal Springs is an 18-hole golfing paradise in Maryland Heights, Missouri, with four sets of tees that allow players of all skill levels to choose the course length that suits their needs. Driving Range tee has over 40,000 square feet of lush green Zoysia grass. It is located within the Creve Coeur Lake recreation area in St Louis County.The quarry in which this exceptional golf course was built was established in 1888, on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River Valley. It got its name from many clear springs that run throughout it. A century later the historic quarry site has been converted into a premier public golf course. .
1 Crystal Springs Quarry Dr, Maryland Heights, MO 63043, Phone: 314-514-0154
© O'Fallon Brewery
O’Fallon Brewery is a craft brewery originally established in O’Fallon, Maryland in 2000. The brewery moved in 2000 into a 40,000 square-foot facility in Maryland Heights, MO. The brewery focuses on brewing balanced craft beers using unique ingredients and local resources. O’Fallon’s beers are today award-winning beers and sold in 14 states and internationally. Their tap room, the O’Bar, located next to Westport Plaza, is a popular tasting room and restaurant. This classy, upscale spot is great for stopping by after work with colleagues or bringing the gang on weekends for watching a game and sampling the brews. The menu offers traditional pub grub and dishes that go well with beers.
45 Progress Pkwy, Maryland Heights, MO 63043, Phone: 636-474-2337
© Casa Juarez
Casa Juarez is a large, colorful Mexican restaurant in Maryland Heights, MO, with vast colorful dining room that seats 250 and a lovely front patio that can accommodate additional 120 guests. The colorful building resembles traditional adobe and has figures of two Aztec warriors guarding the entrance. The colorful, fun vibe continues indoors, with Aztec suns, fancy light fixtures and colorful tiles. The large menu offers traditional south-of-the-border favorites, such as gourmet tacos, enchiladas and nachos, but also hand-cut steaks and delightful seafood dishes such as Juarez salmon with chipotle sauce. Open kitchen produces quite a show. The full bar has large selections of tequilas, makes great cocktails and serves cold beer. Check their tequila tasting room.
12710 Dorsett Rd, Maryland Heights, MO 63043, Phone: 314-317-9404
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