Faust County Park
"The park was created in 1968 through the generosity of Leicester & Mary Plant Faust who donated the property, nearly 200 acres in the heart of Chesterfield. It was their intention to forever preserve the original estate of Missouri’s second governor, Frederick Bates. The Historic Village at Faust Park includes four homes and 14 additional structures representing a variety of building and architectural styles, from log to brick, spanning a period from 1840 to 1910. Historical Village and Thornhill tours by appointment at group rates. Most popular program is the four-hour “Farmsteading at Thornhill,” as many students call this their favorite field trip. $2 carousel rides.
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We had about an hour to kill before my daughter was done with her class so we went to hike the Governor Bates Trail at Faust Park. The trail was wide and easy to hike with some hills but noting too...Full Review
Faust Park is a very nice park to walk around, old houses to see and everything is kept up really nice. Kids play area is really nice too and so are the bathrooms. My husband and I really enjoy...Full Review