A real estate blog from Saint Louis, Missouri written by Kimberly Cameron, CRS.
A unique St Louis perspective on the local housing market as well as advice and things to do. Kimberly is a licensed real estate agent in MO with RE/MAX Properties West.
The St Louis Agent Team of RE/MAX Properties West
 | For Agents | Forum | Bookmark Site
Subscribe to RSS Feeds - Click Here!
Bookmark and Share
Chat with an Agent!
Real estate questions?
Want to see a home?
 Click for Live Chat or
Call: (314) 598-4040
 Email this Article! Email this article d Discuss this article d Printer friendly page with resizable text
 St. Louis on a Budget: Forest Park

Thu, Feb 12th, 2009 4:25 pm

In today's market and economy, we are all doing what we can to cut back, be thrifty, cut coupons, whatever you want to call it. The reality is there are many things to do on a shoe string budget in St. Louis.

This is Part I in my blog series about things to do in St. Louis on "the cheap".

Explore Forest Park

Forest Park Collage

With over 1,300 Acres, Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the U.S. and features Many free or low cost activities:

- Zoo (FREE General Admission, attractions $3-5)

- Art Museum (FREE General Admission)

- Science Center (FREE General Admission)

- Jewel Box Greenhouse ($1 Admission: FREE 9a-Noon Mon-Tues)

- History Museum (FREE General Admission)

- The Muny Theatre (FREE seats available for every performance, limited)

- Steinberg Ice Rink - Outdoors ($6.50 for Adults, $5.50 for 12 & Under,
$2.50 for rentals)

- Norman Probstein Golf Course (Check web site for Tee imes & Fees)

- Dwight Davis Tennis Center (Check web site for court times & Fees)

Other attractions in The Park:

- The Boathouse (FREE to read & Feed the ducks or enjoy a wonderful dining experience)

- Grand Basin

- Jogging, Biking & skating paths

- Seasonal events (Balloon Race, Wine Festival & Shakespeare Festival)

Find out more about Forest Park at http://stlouis.missouri.org/citygov/parks/forestpark/

[ Next Article: << St. Louis on a Budget: Fly with the birds ]
[ Previous Article: >> St. Louis Zoo....Sexually Transmitted diseases among elephants???? ]

Search this Blog:

Kimberly Cameron, CRS

Contact Me on Facebook!

 Contact me on LinkedIn!

Follow me on Twitter!
Kimberly Cameron earned her real estate "street creds" working as a mortgage broker in residential lending while rehabbing over 40 residential investment properties and running a small property management company. After working in new construction as a sales manager for a local home builder, Kimberly decided in 2004 to start her own real estate team, The St. Louis Agent Team of RE/MAX Properties West.
Certified Residential SpecialistCyberStar!
Follow me on Active Rain!

All Blog Articles XML/RSS

Add to My Yahoo!

All Categories
 Investment Real Estate  Home Improvement Tips  Agents and Brokers  Blogging In General  Buying a Home  Commercial Real Estate  Condos & Lofts  Downtown St Louis  Economy  Foreclosures  Housing Bubble  Jefferson County  Land and Lots  Lending/Mortgages  New Construction  New Listing  Real Estate 101  Real Estate Agents  Real Estate Brokerages  Real Estate Definitions  Real Estate Investing  Real Estate Legislation  Real Estate Marketing  Real Estate Misc  Real Estate News  Real Estate Statistics  Real Estate Tax  Real Estate Trends  Relocating  RE/MAX  Selling a Home  Short Sales  St Charles County  St Louis City  St Louis Co- Central  St Louis County- North  St Louis County- South  St Louis County- West  St Louis Events  St Louis Housing Market  St Louis Real Estate  Staging  Technology  Uncategorized  Video

RE/MAX Properties West
Kimberly Cameron, Team Leader
RE/MAX Properties West Direct: 314 598-4040
16497 Clayton Road Office: 636 532-5900
St. Louis, MO 63011 Fax: 800 573-1985
Email Us Here! Toll Free: 800 573-5276
Equal Housing Opportunity
The St. Louis Agent Team of RE/MAX Properties West

Some data on this site provided by third party sources. All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.
Stlagent.com does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of any information on this site. Use at your own risk.