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Proposed Zip Line at Greensfelder
St. Louis County Parks Department is holding a second meeting concerning the proposed Zip Line at Greensfelder Park. The first meeting was not well publicized and many people requested this second meeting so they can voice their opinions about the Zip Line. If you are a user of the park, or just care about our parks, please attend this meeting and let your voices be heard. Go to http://www.stlouisco.com/ParksandRecreation for a PDF of this meeting. Below is contact information for Anne Klein who is in charge of this proposed project:
Anne Klein, rector of Sustainability & Assistant
Director of Parks St. Louis County
41 S. Central Ave., Clayton, MO 63105
|Where||Greensfelder Park 4515 Hencken Rd, Wildwood, MO 63069 (Go to the Learning Center at the corner of Henken and Allenton Roads)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:30 am–10:15 am|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Greensfelder Park
Greensfelder Park, founded in 1963, is sure to please visitors. It offers walking and bike trails, individual and group camp sites, six shelters, hayrides, picnic sites, nearly 20 equestrian-specific camp sites, a nature learning center, a playground and trim orienteering. Horses are welcome at Greensfelder Park -- some even board there. Greensfelder Park also provides spectacular views of local foothills, which are part of Missouri's Ozark mountain range.
Children under age 17 must wear an approved helmet when riding bicycles, scooters or roller blades. Pets are allowed on leash only, and fire is permitted in designated areas.