Spend some time in your favorite park providing general care and maintenance. This is a great opportunity for Master Gardeners and individuals who are busy during the day. Volunteers will be visiting McEntee Memorial Park. This park is less than 0.5 acres and includes a pavilion, paved walking path, and a playground.
About City of Kirkwood Parks and Recreation Department
111 S. Geyer Rd, Kirkwood, MO 63122, US
The Kirkwood Parks and Recreation Department is committed to providing a variety of leisure experiences to the citizens of Kirkwood, as well as residents of surrounding communities. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life through the programs we offer, the events we host, and the facilities we provide, while preserving and maintaining natural areas, open space and native habitat. We will strive to provide the highest level of service to our citizens, while balancing the needs of the present and those of future generations.
The Kirkwood Parks system incorporates 14 different parks ranging in size from the 125-acre Emmenegger Nature Park all the way down to several neighborhood parks of less than half an acre. The center piece of the park system is Kirkwood Park, the original park established in the City in 1941.