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About Our Parks

The City of Ballwin has five parks available for residents and non-residents to enjoy! You can learn more about our wonderful, community parks below. We encourage you to stop by and check them out! 

Vlasis Park

Kehrs Mill Road - Get Directions
Hours: 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Vlasis Park is Ballwin's largest park. It is located North of Manchester Road between Seven Trails Dr., Ball Park Drive, and Holloway Road. The Ballwin Government Center and Public Works Department are located in Vlasis Park. Vlasis Park covers 31 acres and features a baseball diamond, a playground, four tennis courts, restrooms, two ponds (one of which is stocked with fish), two pavilions, a walking path, and a sand volleyball court.

Vlasis Park also hosts the "Ballwin Days" festival, one of the largest community events in the area. A volunteer committee plans and carries out the activities each year that include live entertainment, sporting events, and game booths that attract more than 60,000 visitors to the three-day event. 

New Ballwin Park

329 New Ballwin Road - Get Directions
Hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.

New Ballwin Park is a seven-acre, neighborhood park that offers open space and active recreation opportunities such as two tennis courts, a multipurpose court with four basketball goals, three pickleball courts, a playground, a sand volleyball court, restrooms, a pavilion for picnicking, a walking path, and fishing close to home. A "Community Assistance Agreement" with the Missouri Department of Conservation has allowed the City to provide improved fishing amenities in Vlasis and New Ballwin Parks. The Conservation Department stocks the ponds with Channel and Bullhead Catfish, Carp, and Trout at no cost to the City. The agreement has also provided the City with funding to construct a disabled user accessible cedar fishing deck and boardwalk at New Ballwin Park. In exchange for the stocking program and the funding for improvements, the City is obligated to maintain and make the ponds available to the public free of charge.

Ferris Park 

500 New Ballwin Road - Get Directions
Hours: 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Ferris Park was given to the City by the State of Missouri, to be used solely for park and recreation purposes. It was developed at a cost of $350,000.00 and includes a recreational field, outdoor fitness structure, playground, comfort station, nature trails, and a pavilion with a very unique picnic opportunity. With financial assistance from the local Lions Club, city crews constructed the gothic arch pavilion on a cedar deck some 15 feet above the forest floor. A "Branch Out Missouri Grant" from the Missouri Department of Conservation has provided for the planting of 250 trees in the park. These same funds have been used to plant over 500 trees total in Ballwin parks over the past several years.

Greenfield Commons (The Pointe at Ballwin Commons)

#1 Ballwin Commons Circle - Get Directions
Hours: 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.

The Pointe at Ballwin Commons' park facilities consists of a pavilion, a playground, and The Pointe Recreation Center. The Pointe is located on 12.8 Acres just south of Manchester Road on Ballwin Commons Circle, just off of Ballwin Commons Drive and Old Ballwin Road.

Holloway Park

335 Holloway Road - Get Directions
Hours: 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Holloway Park is home to Ballwin's North Pointe Family Aquatic Center. The North Pointe Family Aquatic Center was opened in June 2003. Visit the North Pointe web page for more information.

Holloway Park is located at the north end of The North Pointe Aquatic Center. The park was redone in 2023 and features one dedicated lighted tennis court, 4 pickleball courts, a new playground, a bathroom and a pavilion which is available on a first-come, first-served basis. This pavilion is not available for reservations.