St. Charles is a city that focuses a lot of its energy on nature. It is endowed with the largest park and open spaces for the community to connect with nature. Here are some of the best nature parks and public areas found in St. Charles. More can be found here.

Katy Trail

This has the longest developed rail-trail in the country, thus attracting people of all ages and interests. This includes but is not limited to whether you are cyclist, walker, equestrian, nature lover or history buff, the trail offers opportunities for recreation, a place to enjoy nature and an avenue to discover the past. It is one of the best nature parks and trails in the country. There are also animals to be viewed in their animal sanctuaries. This nature park is amongst the main attractions in St. Charles and is an excellent place to go to with friends and family. See also about Museums to Visit in St. Charles.

August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area

The Missouri Department of Conservation purchased the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area in 1947 from the federal government. The park furnishes fish and wildlife with the resources necessary. It has hiking trails, auto tour drive, photograph the wildlife, and hunting for a variety of wildlife species is allowed in the area.

 St. Charles gives you a chance to interact with nature through its amazing parks. Interact with the environment by visiting one of them.