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Blanchette Park

1900 West Randolph Street
636-946-2230

Blanchette Park was the first City Park acquired September 26, 1914 and the beginnings of the St. Charles Parks and Recreation Department. Over time, many improvements have taken place in Blanchette Park and throughout the Park System. Blanchette Park, however, is still well known for setting citizen expectations of excellence for their Parks.



Reviews

Sharon Bax

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
The Tiny Tots time was absolutely fantastic! Plenty of room to play and walk around without feeling like older kids are going to knock your toddler down. Lots of different things to do. We had a blast!

Tiffany Evola

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Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Beautiful park nice for walks. My daughter and I love to walk around here and also they offer many programs to get involved with! Lots of fun! And the different classes they offer I have noticed they are not the most structured but regardless the girls always have a complete blast! The teachers or instructors have all been so. Nice and patient with the young kiddos. My daughter loves this place. ND it's not far from home at all.

Gene Gibson

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Has been an amazing park for many many years. Ball fields, amazing water park, great play area for the little kids and very photogenic for the wedding pictures. All in all a wonderful, well kept jewel.

Cheryl Stout

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Thursday, June 28, 2018
Thank you to all of the employees of the St Charles Parks department that take care of it so beautifully. It's a very peaceful and beautiful place for families to go who have lost a child. Also to all of the wonderful people who approved the angel Memorial

Stephen Douglas

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Monday, May 28, 2018
Blanchette Park is a great place to have a family gathering, go swimming, play tennis, or just go and watch a baseball game. The park has plenty of room for a stroll. The playground is exceptionally large and the kids will enjoy it.

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