Parks, Walking Trails, Golf Courses & Driving Ranges, Go Carts, Roller Skating, Movie Theatres, Historical Sites, and a newly renovated Community Center, Arnold boasts a wide range of area attractions for all ages.
Arnold Recreation Center
The Arnold Recreation Center was designed with you and your family in mind. We focus on providing an environment to bring the community together. The Arnold Recreation Center is a place for children, teens, adults, families, and seniors to socialize and exercise. One of the distinctive elements is the 23-acre site on which stands the Arnold Recreation Center, Jefferson County College, and the Jefferson County Library. Our state of the art facility features a two court gym, indoor leisure pool, fitness center, party room, track, locker rooms, three meeting rooms, outdoor leisure pool, outdoor concession stand, and a lounge complete with a large seating area, air hockey, pool table, and foosball. We look forward to seeing you and your family here soon! We are located across from the intersection of Missouri State Road and Astra Way.
Pomme Creek Golf Course
Pomme Creek Golf Course offers 18 holes of varying difficulty surrounded by scenic views. Pomme Creek Golf Course is open year-round and hosts various tournaments and specials. Come visit us for a relaxing, fun day of golf and experience the attractions that lure golfers to Arnold's Pomme Creek Golf Course.
Arnold Historical Society
Visit the Arnold Historical Society website for complete information!
Arnold City Park
Arnold City Park is located off Jeffco Blvd. and #1 Bradley Beach Road. The 68-acre park has an eight-acre fishing lake and four pavilions, each with electric and BBQ pits. The park also has two playgrounds, a paved 1/2 mile walking trail, two softball fields, two horseshow pits, restrooms, and a tennis court. A boat ramp off of Jeffco Blvd. next to Hollywood Beach Road provides parking and a picnic area. Arnold City Park also offers a para-course, an outdoor course with areas designated for specific exercises.
Ferb B. Lang Park
Ferd B. Lang Park is a beautiful 25-acre multi-use park located at 1820 Old Lemay Ferry Road. Ferd B. Lang Park also boasts 5 pavilions with electrical outlets and BBQ pits at each site ready for rental. See details below.
Other amenities include:
• Hiking Trails
• 2 Grass Multi-Purpose Fields
• 5 Horseshoe pits
• 3 Sand Volleyball Courts
• Arnold Jaycees Skate Park
• Half Basketball Court
• Paw Park for dogs
• Restrooms (open 7:15 am – 8:30 pm April thru Nov 2)
Arnold Paw Park
The City of Arnold and its many volunteers are proud and excited to open their first dog park. It is located in the rear of the Arnold City Park and is an "off-leashed" area. It is approximately one acre in size and is completely fenced in with separate areas for dogs 25 pounds and smaller and another area for dogs over 25 pounds. Is also includes a doggie water fountain and other amenities. A Brick program has been established for persons wishing to donate. This Brick program is designed to always remember our furry friends. There is a dog swim which will be held each year to ensure funds are available to continue with the upkeep of this area.
Flamm City Park is a cluster of several public use areas with 36 acres located at Telegraph Road and the Meramec River. Flamm City has a boat access ramp to allow fishing and also has trails for hiking. With the help of the Missouri Department of Conservation, $33,000 was recently allotted to pave the parking lot and add new parking spaces for vehicles and for vehicle/boat trailers. Flamm City Park also borders David R. Collins Park, Teszars Woods and Pomme Creek. David R. Collins Park at Causeway Drive and Bayvue Blvd. has two softball fields on a 25 acre lot. Teszars Woods, on Rockwood Drive off of Telegraph Road, is a 90 acre nature area with several trails.
Strawberry Creek Nature Area
The Strawberry Creek Nature Area encompasses 121 acres of property on Upper Tenbrook Road, about 1/2-mile past the intersection of Tenbrook and Hwy. 231. The nature area includes a pond and four walking trails. Strawberry Creek winds throughout the property, which is filled with a variety of vegetation and wildlife. A new pavilion that seats 25 has been constructed near the entrance. Arnold acquired the former Collins Tract in 1997 through a 1/4-cent sales tax that went into effect in January 1998 and was levied to last eight years. The city paid off the debt early in March 2002, four years earlier than expected. In conjunction with the Missouri Department of Conservation, the Parks Department plans to build additional ponds that can be used for fishing and will improve wildlife habitat. Plans are also in the works to install restrooms and to pave the parking lot.