Tones of gold and orange blanket the shore in this autumn waterscape at Broemmelsiek Park in Wentzville, Missouri.
Broemmelsiek Park provides a recreational space for individuals throughout the St. Charles County area. This park offers more than seven miles of multi-use trails as well as an off-leash dog area with small water features in which dogs may swim. The trail is open for equestrian use, bicycling, and hiking. There are multiple fishing lakes in the park that are stocked with bass, catfish, and bluegill. The astronomy station in the park offers a viewing site with ten concrete viewing stations equipped with telescopes.
Keeping with the county's mission to preserve green space, the St. Charles County Parks Department is designing Broemmelsiek Park as a passive recreation area focused on the natural features of the land. The 384-acre property is located in southwestern St. Charles County five miles west of Highway 40-61 off State Route DD. Broemmelsiek Park features several lakes, a blend of oak-hickory forest, and rolling pastures suitable for a variety of recreation activities and park amenities.
November 30th, 2012
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