Fenton City Park | This park covers 95.2 acres of land. There are seven ball diamonds and eight soccer fields, a main shelter with a Concession Stand, two new playgrounds and another shelter known as the Hitzert Shelter (located in the middle of the park.) A 1.4 mile path circles the perimeter of the park and is ideal for running, walking, bicycling, or rollerblading. The path towards the river adds another 0.6 miles. Fenton City Park also has four lighted tennis courts, and two lighted basketball courts.
The Fabick Property | This area contains two fishing ponds stocked with a variety of fish. You can enjoy this natural habitat of the property and explore its many resources.
The Meramec River Greenway | This area covers 25 acres of land. There are two lighted sand volleyball pits, and a playground. You can follow the bike and walking path from Fenton City Park along the river to the Highway 30 overpass. The Meramec River Greenway has a boardwalk that has been constructed from recycled materials.
The Olde Towne Plaza Park | It has a brick walking path with park benches and a beautiful waterfall within its 4.79 acres of land.
Riverside Park | This small park has a basketball court and parking lot. Both of these amenities were recently overlaid and new basketball goals were installed. This park covers one acre of land.
Valiant Park | This small park covers 2.5 acres of land. There are restrooms, a parking lot, small picnic shelter, a youth ball field, and a new playground.
Westside Park | This park covers 10 acres of land. It has a small table-like shelter designed by students from Washington University's school of Architecture. It is also home to a stocked lake, a shelter, restrooms, a basketball court, and a new playground.
Bud Weil Memorial Park | The park covers 22 acres and has a nature trail with informational signs and a stocked fishing pond. It also has two shelters, perfect for weddings.