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The City of Fenton is called the “City of Parks” due to its extensive park and recreation system. The city has seven fully developed parks on over 350 acres that include soccer fields, ball diamonds, sand volleyball courts, basketball courts, tennis courts, playgrounds, fishing ponds, and approximately three miles of bike/pedestrian paths through the city. The parks include Fenton City Park, Bud Weil Memorial Park, Fenton Meramec Greenway, Olde Towne Plaza, Riverside Park, Valiant Park and Westside Park.

Major open-space and park recreation areas in the city include the Fabick Nature Preserve, owned and maintained by the City of Fenton, and George Winter Park, owned and maintained by St. Louis County.

RiverChase of Fenton is a recreation center located at 990 Horan Road. The 72,000-square-foot complex opened its doors on June 25, 1999. It houses the Parks and Recreation Department and annually hosts many special events and over 200 programs for all ages. Amenities include two outdoor pools, an indoor leisure pool, a fitness area with indoor track, basketball/volleyball courts, a game room, meeting rooms, an aerobics room, and children’s rooms.

Heroes Memorial, located in Fenton City Park, recognizes the sacrifices of American heroes. Veterans; firefighters; police officers; emergency personnel; and those lost on September 11, 2001, are honored with this memorial, which includes landscaping, benches, memorial plaques and a contemplation courtyard.

In addition to City- and County-owned and-maintained recreation facilities and parks, privately owned recreation facilities, including an ice skating arena, baseball fields and a soccer park, are located within and adjacent to the City of Fenton.

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