The Center of Clayton | The new center is a 124,000 square foot recreation center, that offers the ultimate experience in sports, fitness, swimming, recreational, educational and lifestyle enhancing programs.
Shaw Park | The largest park within the City of Clayton comprising 47.6 acres. The park environment includes a mixture of mature canopy forest areas located along and through a broad deep ravine with flatter, cleared open space areas surrounding it. The centrally located ravine wooded areas are suitable for picnicking, walking, and seating. The cleared open space areas located both on the west and east sides of the park are used for active recreation opportunities such as ball fields, sand volleyball courts, an outdoor pool, tennis courts and an ice/roller rink. Shaw Park ice rink is one of two outdoor ice rinks in all of St. Louis.
Alamo Park | A .25 acre site in the eastern portion of the City of Clayton in a multi-family neighborhood. The play lot includes benches, vegetation, and pedestrian-scale lighting.
Concordia Park | This park is a 1.5 acre rectangular property which is leased from Concordia Seminary. It has several benches, trash containers, and mature trees. The property is defined and enclosed by a pruned hedge.
DeMun Park | 0.6 acres of level ground and a variety of deciduous, flowering and evergreen vegetation. It includes two use areas – a playground on the southern end of the park for larger children, and a tot-lot on the northern end of the park for toddlers.
Taylor Park | The park is divided into three functional use areas. The first, located in the front of the park near Central Avenue, is passive and includes a gazebo, benches, and a circular concrete walkway. The second functional use area is a tot-lot adjacent to the wood fence at the rear of the park. The third use area is located south of Kingsbury Boulevard, a level turf area with concrete pad contained by a fence has the potential for either passive or active recreation. Currently the third use area functions for dog walking and ball playing.
Oak Knoll Park | Oak Knoll Park is the second largest park within the city limits comprising 14.5 acres. Oak Knoll Park includes several stone mansions, the first of which houses the Clayton Child Center. The second houses the St. Louis Artist Guild classes and exhibits. Other structures include a maintenance building with an attached greenhouse, and a restroom building. Also included in the park are a rose garden, a pond, playground, and a stone pad equipped with several picnic tables and trash receptacles.
Wydown Park - east of Hanley Road on Wydown | This one-acre site is designated as an open play space.