Rolwes Company’s New Homes in St. Louis Offer Residents Abundant Parks and Recreation in St. Charles County
One of the many benefits of moving to a quality neighborhood is discovering convenient access to community parks and recreational spaces. If you and your family cherish fresh air, adventure, and exploring the outdoors, consider one of Rolwes Company’s new communities in St. Charles County, Missouri. As a new homeowner, you can enjoy historic scenery, family-friendly facilities, miles of multi-use trails, year-round camping and interactive play structures — all located just a short drive from your front door.
Take a Stroll Through History
Fort Zumwalt Park offers picnic areas, fishing, disc golf and more in these lush 48-acre historic grounds. Among the scenery boasts two structures rebuilt to their original 19th century specifications — Fort Zumwalt (1812) and Herald Home (circa 1884). Fishing enthusiasts in the Aspen Meadows and Brookfield Crossing communities can be casting their lines into the waters of Lake Whetsel. Residents of these new homes in St. Louiscan enjoy the spectacular views of this 3.5-acre lake for decades to come.
Have a Family Gathering at Quail Ridge Park
The cedar lodge banquet facility, gazebo and large picnic area at this picturesque setting have earned it the title “Best Wedding Destination” from area brides but is also a great place to host family re-unions and functions. Wentzville, Mo residents of the nearby Crystal Creek and Silver Pine Ridge communities can enjoy 250-acres of wooded hillsides and rolling pastures. Over seven miles of paved trails and natural surfaces curve throughout the park — providing an idyllic setting for scenic fitness.
Play with Your Canine Companions
Broemmelsiek Park is known across the region as the “Best Dog Park” with nearly five off-leash acres and a large pond that await furry-legged residents of nearby Aspen Meadows and Brookfield Crossing. Known for the annual Paws in the Park celebration, this 494-acre stretch of natural beauty also features ponds for fishing, picnic areas and seven miles of trails for walking, hiking and bicycle riding.
Enjoy Year-round Camping
Large groups and youth scouting organizations can relish the outdoor adventure of a camping trip any time of the year at Indian Camp Creek Park. This is largest recreational facility in St. Charles County, a convenient location for residents of Heritage Pointe who are ready to pull out their camping gear. An eco-theme playground offers plenty of playful challenges for kids while a lake stocked with bluegill and bass entices anglers, while an 18-hole course awaits disc golf enthusiasts.
Learn During Play Time
Recently opened in 2018, Veterans Tribute Park is a picturesque facility featuring state-of-the-art engineering that offers a day of fun and educational opportunity for residents of new homes in St. Louis. During the long summer days, families with young children can roam the destination playground and learn from sensory, cognitive and communication-based features created for various stages of development scattered throughout the park.
Explore St. Charles County for Yourself
Rolwes’ neighborhoods are ideal for homeowners who enjoy outdoor adventure. With seven communities in beautiful St. Chares County, you are sure to find the perfect home surrounded by activity for the whole family. Contact us or visit to tour the model homes and get to know the area.
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This post was written by Jason Rhoads