Public invited to attend opening of new playgrounds at Meramec State Park


Sullivan, Missouri – Meramec State Park is set to unveil two brand-new playgrounds with a ribbon-cutting ceremony scheduled for 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 18. The community is invited to join in the celebration of this latest addition to the park, which promises enhanced recreational opportunities for families and children.

Engagement and Future Plans

Immediately following the ceremony, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the park will host an open house-style public meeting. This event offers a perfect opportunity for the public to engage directly with representatives from Missouri State Parks.

These representatives will be available to provide detailed information about the park’s features and services, as well as to answer any questions attendees might have. This gathering will take place near the new day-use area playground where the ceremony is held.

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Missouri State Parks places great importance on public input and actively seeks to foster a two-way communication channel with park visitors. The goal of these meetings, which are held both virtually and in-person across various state parks and historic sites, is to keep the public informed about the current status and future plans for these locales. Participants are encouraged to voice their opinions and contribute to the planning process for future developments.

For those interested in more information about upcoming public meetings or general inquiries about the park, please visit

Additional details about the Missouri State Park system can be found at Meramec State Park is located at 115 Meramec Park Drive in Sullivan, and is part of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

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