A Few Facts About Lake Chesterfield, Missouri

Lake Chesterfield, Missouri, located in Wildwood in West St. Louis County, offers exclusive living for its residents.  Residents of Lake Chesterfield enjoy the prestigious neighborhood’s diverse mix of stylish suburb and country calm.

Wildwood, Missouri is broken down into several unique, appealing neighborhoods, and Lake Chesterfield is one of the best.

Lake Chesterfield residents love the nearby Babler State Park, which is comprised of almost 2,500 acres of heavily wooded terrain where visitors can horseback ride (yes, they even supply the rental horses!), hike, picnic and bike. The Jacob L. Babler Outdoor Education Center is a year-round outdoor facility that is as barrier-free as possible, providing the greatest accessibility to those with disabilities. Facilities include eight heated cabins with fireplaces, a swimming pool with ramp and accessible trail.

Don’t miss other parks local to Lake Chesterfield, including Anniversary Park and Old Pond School Park, where residents picnic and play on the playgrounds.

The City of Wildwood offers numerous programs and activities to Lake Chesterfield residents, including programs for kids, adults, seniors and families. Activities include everything from concerts, movie nights and camping to trail walks, family hikes and charity events.   

Residents of Lake Chesterfield have a short drive to Six Flags, one of America’s favorite amusement parks, in nearby Eureka. Also off Interstate 44 is Rockwoods Reservation, a heavily forested 1,880-acre nature reserve.

Lake Chesterfield’s K-12 students are primarily served by one of St. Louis’s best school systems, Rockwood School District, which boasts Missouri Department of Education accreditation for "Distinction in Performance for High Achievement.” All four Rockwood high schools made Newsweek's “Top 1,500 High Schools in America” list.

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