Recreation Station Aquatic Center -111 S. Geyer Rd | The 4-acre Kirkwood Recreation Station Aquatic Center is a state-of-the-art aquatic facility consisting of a competitive pool, leisure pool, family play pool, lazy river, slides and plunges.
Recreation Station Ice Arena - 111 S. Geyer Road | The Kirkwood Recreation Station Ice Arena is open year-round for public skating, skating lessons, and other public activities.
Kirkwood Recreation Station - 111 S. Geyer Road | The Kirkwood Community Center was built in 1966. At that time the building consisted of a 400 seat theater, gymnasium, meeting rooms, recreation offices, warming room and ice skating rink. The facility was expanded in 1992 to include a second gym, new offices, and renovated meeting rooms.
Kirkwood Park -- Adams & Geyer Roads | The most heavily used of all Kirkwood's parks, Kirkwood Park features an outdoor amphitheater, 19 picnic sites, 2 pavilions, 5 softball fields, 10 tennis courts, 2 handball courts, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, a playground, and a spray fountain. Walker Lake provides fishing year-round through participation in the Missouri Department of Conservation trout program over the winter. Annual events held in the park include the Freedom Fiesta in July, the Greentree Festival in September, and summer concerts.
Depot Park - Madison and Clay | The park offers an excellent vantage point for viewing trains that use the Union Pacific tracks to the north of the park. A recently remodeled playground is a popular attraction for children while the picnic tables, Optimist Club gazebo, and benches offer a place for adults to relax.
Russell E. Emmenegger Nature Park - off of Cragwold Road | The Russell E. Emmenegger Nature Park is a 94 acre nature park. It contains 1.5 miles of trails frequented by hikers and nature lovers, including a .5-mile accessible paved trail. Emmenegger Nature Park provides visitors with picnicking opportunities, peaceful nature walks, and a sheltered area. A variety of nature programs are led in the park by Powder Valley Nature Center staff.
Fillmore Park - Fillmore and Clinton Place | Fillmore park, a 2.5 acre site, was updated in the 90’s to include more equipment, making it a safe place for children to play.
Fireman's Park - 11700 Big Bend | Fireman's Park, located near fire house #2, was defined as a park in 1983. It is a 3.4 acre undeveloped area.
Greentree Park - off of Marshall Road | Greentree Park, and 86 acre site is situated along the Meramec River. The park features a picnic shelter, remote controlled car track, boat ramp, and lighted soccer and football fields. The location along the Meramec River offers recreational opportunities unavailable in other parks.
Meacham Park - Meacham Park neighborhood | 1 acre site featuring age-appropriate playground, pavilion with restrooms, spray fountain, basketball court, walking path, and landscaping.
Dee Koestering Park - Marshall Road | Located along in southwest Kirkwood, this 9.5 acre site is a nature park with walking trails; site of the historic Meramec Highlands Quarry. Many large quarry stones on site. Acquisition was partially funded by a grant from the Land and Water Conversation Fund.
Mitchell Park - 100 block of Mitchell | Little Mitchell Park is a 0.3 acre park located in the 100 block of Mitchell. The playground equipment in Mitchell Park was replaced in 1995-96 with equipment that met safety and ADA standards.