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Fox Run Golf Club
1 Putt Ln, Eureka, MO 63025
If you want exclusiveness, it's here at Fox Run, as underscored by this club's motto: "The best is reserved for the veryMore few." The club tapped Indiana native Gary Kern, who later moved his firm to St. Louis, to design its 18-hole course. Set off Highway W, the club's Carriage House is available for weddings and other events. 
Kircher Park
25 Williams Rd, Eureka, MO 63025

Offering about 20 acres for fun and recreation, this is Eureka's largest city park.

The park, just offMore 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.

Wildwood Pub & Grill
17253 New College Ave., Grover, MO 63040

Known for some of the best pickles, chicken wings and homemade pizza in the St. Louis area, this restaurant also hasMore plenty of flat-screen televisions from which to watch multiple sports. 

Wildwood Pub & Grill is home to the area's only indoor golf range, The Links. It features PGA simulators programmed with 55 championship courses and a driving range, and is played with full-sized golf balls and clubs. Golfers must be 21 years or older, and it is recommended to call ahead for reservations of a simulator.  Golfers can enjoy the nearby bar and full menu.

Formerly named Brickhouse Pub, this full-service pub provides an excellent backdrop for sports teams celebrations, after-game gatherings, business lunch meetings and family meals alike. Inquire about the restaurant's private dining room, which accommodates up to 60 people for special occasions.