Wentzville is a suburb of St. Louis that is located in western St. Charles County, Missouri, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 29,070. 2016 population estimates have placed the city's population at 37,395, making it the 17th largest city in Missouri. Wentzville was the fastest growing city in Missouri between 2000 and 2010, and population estimates since 2010 indicate that Wentzville is likely to continue as the state's fastest growing city for a second consecutive decade. As the site of the county fairgrounds, Wentzville hosts the annual St. Gerard County Parade (also known as the "Black Parade"), St. Lazlo Wentz Festival and the Greater St. Louis Renaissance Faire.
Restaurants in Wentzville
5 based on 69 reviews
You're looking for somewhere to take your dog for a walk there are some nice trails to walk your dog on. They also have a dog park if you would like to let your dog run in the dog park. Is also home to the horseshoe Hall of Fame
4 based on 33 reviews
Hubby and I visited for the first time yesterday. We didn't know what to expect and thought it was going to be a small one. We were wrong! This place just went on and on. Must have been a mile worth of venders. It was still pretty full for November. Weather was great and we took our time. There is a big selection of just about anything you are looking for. Lots of tools, sunglasses, clothing, home goods and what-nots. The Chinese and Hatian venders had nice deals! The Gypsies had lots of deals and want to move their inventory. Mexican venders selling laundry & Soap detergent in large quantities. There were antique venders. Many booths with new gloves, hats, purses and jackets. Many cloned designer brands.
We took our time and was there three hours. Paved parking lot no dust or dirt flying around. Handicapped accessible, bathrooms. Most venders are outside. Opens at 6:30am, free parking and entrance. Venders start packing up at noon or 1pm so get there early. Some venders sell food and soda/water.
We loved it, will return! Bought a lot.
4 based on 5 reviews
This is the home of the Saint Charles county Fair. The park has a very nice lake, picnic areas, sand volleyball courts, and sports grounds. As well as a playground and walking paths. And of course all the buildings and tracks needed for the county fair.
4 based on 4 reviews
My daughter participated in the Youth division Extreme Mustang Makeover Event that was recently held at this facility. They have 2 indoor arenas, 2 warm up indoor arenas as well as a large outdoor arena. There were 6 barns that are all interconnected so you don't need to go outside at all if you don't want to. There are plenty of spaces for cars to park as well as ample parking for horse trailers/RV's etc. The facility is very close to an interstate and there is a large shopping area nearby. The main Arena has seating for most likely 1,000 people.
5 based on 13 reviews
We have been to this theater several times and all but one incident between two employees, has been a great experience. I do wish people would be mindful of their trash as the time between movies is not enough to thoroughly clean the areas. The one time my son got a burger with fries and he said it was one of the best he had in a long time. Adult beverages are priced a little higher than some restaurants but a lot lower than the ballpark.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Very unassuming, you'd drive by if you didn't know it was there. But, Wentzville was the first city in the nation to realize that the troops who served in Vietnam deserved to be honored. Just a short and easy detour off interstate 70. Well worth a stop to show your respect. Plus, lots of great local and chain restaurants to grab a bite.
5 based on 4 reviews
I've been to the Lindenwood Ice Arena in Wentzville, MO, twice in the last month to watch the Lindenwood University women's ice hockey team play. There's plenty of parking lot space on the west side of the arena (past the arena entrance along Main Plaza Drive), with a smaller lot on the east side that fills up fast with staff vehicles. The two ice rinks under arched roofs are separated by a spacious entry and gathering area housing a pro shop, skate rental counter, a well stocked snack bar, video arcade games & a lot of seating with tables. Public restrooms are down the hall straight ahead from the entry doors, by the team locker rooms.
Spectator seating in the west rink where the LU women play their games is all on a single side of the ice (closest to the arena entry area), featuring a large section of molded seats with backs straddling center ice and molded benches in bleacher-style tiers inside each blue line. I took a small a small folding padded stadium seat with me each visit, and it fit well on the bench seating platforms. They keep the rink space VERY cold; so whether you're there for a public skate or to watch a hockey game, I recommend you plan ahead & dress warmly. A blanket for your lap & legs is probably another good idea, if you're just sitting to watch a game or a public skate.
The Lindenwood women's ice hockey team is an NCAA Division I program, and they are a talented & enthusiastic group of young ladies playing against some nationally ranked teams in and out of their conference (College Hockey America). Their regular season games offer free admission starting this season. I recommend you visit the Ice Arena for one or more of their hockey games - check the Lindenwood website for dates & times - and enjoy the Arena facilities while you're there.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
My kids love this place. A little pricey for me but what the heck you get to shoot at each other and play army with no harm to your fellow man. Great place for birthday party.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
Playtime is a great place for children to stay cool during the summer or stay warm in the winter by running around in the play gym equipment, playing in the bounce houses or skating. Our three daughters have enjoyed Playtime since it opened. Locally owned and operated, the owners are good people and open to suggestions. It is cheap and kids enjoy all the activities.
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Beautiful, fun water park. Has all the cool (pun intended) stuff...water slides to kiddie section. Well run by the city of Wentzville. I'd give I 5 stars but I think they charge too much for city residents. Expensive if you have a bunch of kids. You couldn't afford to go very often.
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