Offering about 20 acres for fun and recreation, this is Eureka's largest city park.
The park, just off…More Interstate-44, has two pavilions with electricity, grills, restrooms and an accessible trail connection to Route 66 State Park. It also contains a nine-hole disc golf course and a soft, synthetic-surfaced playground. The park serves as home certain times of the year to St. Louis Live Steamers' fully-functional, small-scale train.
The city established Kircher Park with buyout money made available to it after the floods of 1993 and 1994. It is the namesake of former two-time Eureka mayor Leon Kircher. He held the post from 1963 to 1967 and 1973 to 1975.
Arch City Foot & Ankle 521 N Virginia Ave, Eureka, MO63025 Arch City Foot & Ankle is a podiatry practice that provides individuals in Eureka and surrounding areas with…More comprehensive foot care services. Dr. Dennis Timko provides patients of all ages with services including the diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle problems like sprains, fractures, bunions, diabetic foot care, infections, woundcare and warts to performing complex reconstructive foot and ankle surgery.
The richness of this Methodist congregation's history is enticing, with connections to Daniel Boone, the Depression…More and the former Pevely Farms Dairy that operated just outside what is now the City of Eureka. Members support a variety of mission projects, such as the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, The Bridge CARES Outreach program via the Centenary Church of St. Louis, and food pantries.