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Troy Aquatic Center
Aquatic Center
The City of Troy proudly opened the new Troy Aquatic Center May 26, 2012. The center rests on 3.5 acres of land just north of Fairgrounds City Park and adjacent to Troy City Hall at 800 Cap Au Gris, Troy. Its is only open during the summer months, beginning Memorial Day weekend, and closing after Labor Day weekend. You can call City Hall at 636-528-4712 for information on prices, passes and operation hours.

www.cityoftroymissouri.com/departments/parks-recreation/pools/  
   
Avery Family Playground
Avery Family Playground
Omer and Elizabeth Avery gave the land and funds to develop this park for the city. This park consists of 7.02 acres and is located at the corner of South Lincoln Drive and Cap-au-Gris Street. The 20' x 36' shelter has 22 picnic tables.

There are six barbecue grills, playground equipment and a half-mile hard-surfaced walking trail lined with park benches. The beautiful old trees make this a unique and relaxing area for the many citizens of the city of Troy. This park was dedicated on June 5, 1988. Pavilion rental is $50.
   
Cuivre River State Park

Cuivre River State Park
View a virtual tour of the park
Cuivre River State Park lends a wilder, Ozarkian flavor to the otherwise predominately agricultural landscape of northern Missouri. Although not far from St.
Louis, the park is a nature lover's paradise. A stroll through the park in the spring when many woodland wildflowers are in bloom or in the fall when the prairie grasses tower over your head is an outdoor delight. Spend a few days at the park. Both primitive and modern campsites are available, and Lake Lincoln offers swimming, boating and fishing. The park's two wild areas provide hiking, backpacking, photography and wildlife observation activities. There are also equestrian trails and a campground for overnight stays. Three natural areas noted for their high-quality ecosystems feature native prairie, sinkhole ponds, woodlands and a clear, rock-bottomed stream. Big Sugar Creek is one of the finest undisturbed streams left in northeastern Missouri. Several trails lead through the Lincoln Hills Natural Area and its many unique natural features. Whether for a few hours or a few days, come visit one of the state's largest and most rugged parks. You will find Cuivre River State Park to be an Ozarklike island in north Missouri's rolling plains.

www.mostateparks.com/park/cuivre-river-state-park

   
Fairgrounds Park
Fairgrounds Park
Fairgrounds Park is located on Fairground Drive, off South Lincoln Drive. It has two covered shelters. The largest one contains kitchen facilities. There are four ball fields, three of which are lighted, two soccer fields, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits and a andstand. A stocked fishing pond for persons under 16 years of age or over 62 years is a popular attraction of the park. The limit is four fish per day.

Numerous ducks and geese make this pond their come throughout the year. There are two lighted tennis courts and a lighted basketball court. Various city functions are held here, as well as Boy Scout day camp. There are community-sponsored baseball, softball and soccer leagues using these facilities and the concession stands. The playgrounds and barbeque pits provide enjoyment for family gatherings. The 25 acre park was acquired in 1893. An additional 17 acres were added in 1990. Pavilion rental is $75.
   
Troy Movie House
Troy Movie House
Want to catch the latest movie? Visit Troy Movie House and it's 4 newly renovated High-Def screens with stadium seating! Located at 1436 S Main St in Troy.
MOVIE LINE: 636-528-4647
PEOPLE LINE: 636-528-5341
FAX LINE: 636-528-2688
http://www.troymoviehouse.com
   
Weinand Park
Weinand Park
The Land was purchased with funds of the Clara Weinand estate for use as a park. The park consist of 5.15 acres and the area includes a picnic shelter with tables and a quarter mile walking trail.

This is the newest of the city's parks and is still being developed through the planting of trees and bushes, donated by area citizens in honor of their loved ones.

This park, located on the west side of town on Boone Street, offers exercise and relaxation for Troy residents and many other groups. Pavilion rental is $50.
   
Woods Fort

Woods Fort
Woods Fort is Troy's most historical park area. The land was given to the city in 1819 by the founding fathers, Deacon Cottle and Zadock Woods. A natural spring ran on this lot and provides the area with resources for growth until blasting stopped the flow of water during the construction of Highway 47.

On the lot now stands two log cabins, which were reassembled and are currently being used to house "Santa" during Christmas festivities and for community and civic celebrations. A memorial marker describing the historical back ground of the lot is on the grounds. Benches and tables are on the area located across the street at the intersection of Boone and Main Street. Cabin rental is $25.

   
Woods Fort Golf Course

Woods Fort Golf Course
The 18-hole "Woods Fort"
course at the Woods Fort Country Club facility in Troy, Missouri features
6,404 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72.
The course rating is 71.8 and it has a slope rating of 129. Designed by Jerry Loomis, the Woods Fort golf course opened in 1994. This course was built on gently rolling hills, so you can expect some uneven lies. The fairways are relatively wide and generous, and the greens are average sized and flat. Water hazards come into play on four holes. The signature hole is #7: a 345 yard, Par 4 requiring a shot over a creek to a well-bunkered landing area, then an approach shot to a small sloping green guarded by a lake in front and out of bounds on the right.

www.woodsfortgolf.com

   

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