Friday, April 7, 2017

Terry Park, St. Louis City

 Photo credit to St. Louis City Talk

Location: 3200 Eads Ave, St. Louis, MO 63104


Playground Ground Cover: Poured Rubber and Wood Chips

The park was placed into ordinance in 1945 and was named in honor of Dr. Robert James Terry, a man well known nationally and locally for his contributions to medical literature. He was also one of the founders of the association which later became the St. Louis Audubon Society.

The park is located in the Gate District and is bordered by Eads Avenue to the north, Louisiana Avenue to the west, Henrietta Street to the south and S. Compton Avenue to the east.

 There are 2 sling swings and 2 baby swings

There is a smaller play structure for the littles and a larger one for ages 5 and up. The smaller one has a little chain ladder, 2 slides, a steering wheel, and an activity board.

 The larger one has several different slides, a rock wall, a bridge, and lots of bars and poles.

 Strange pavilion nearby with no tables or chairs. 

This playground is in full sun and there are no bathrooms. 

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