Sioux Passage Park
17930 Old Jamestown Road
St. Louis, MO 63133
Park: Camp, Disc Golf, Fish, History, Horse, Picnic, Playground, Snow Sports, Tennis, Walk, Water Sports
The confluence of the Missouri River and Mill Creek was a favored campsite for Indians of the late woodland and Mississippian periods. The Sioux Passage Park Archaeological Site, listed in the National Registered in 1974, is located in the park.
Features & Amenities:
+ 2 Playgrounds
+ Horseback Riding Trails
Permitted only on designated trails with open riding allowed along the river. Horse trailer parking area is the gravel lot. No horse rentals are available.
+ Tennis Courts
+ Cross Country Course
+ 2 Disc Golf Courses
+ Year-Round Restroom (Lenz Shelter)
Available along the Missouri River in accordance with Missouri Wildlife Code
+ Boat Ramp
Missouri Department of Conservation’s boat ramp is accessible by driving through the park
+ Winter Outdoor Sports
Sioux Passage is a designated Winter Sports area with snowmobiling, sled riding and cross-country skiing permitted
+ Camp Sites
5 sites available for primitive camping only, no electric. Water is available nearby at the restroom on site for campers. Each site has 3 picnic tables, 1 bbq pit, and a fire ring for campfires. No RV camping allowed, only tent camping. Bring your own firewood. Restroom on site to be used for inclement weather emergencies.
+ 3 Reservable Shelters