Tucked in scenic rolling hills, Arnold is a cozy suburban gem bordering the Meramec and Mississippi rivers. It's got that classic small-town vibe where neighborly barbecues and school carnivals are all about family and friends.

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In Arnold, convenience and accessibility are big draws for those looking to get away from city chaos. You'll find all the amenities you'd expect from St. Louis real estate, like easy shopping and commutes, but Arnold still keeps that small-town vibe alive with community cookouts and school events. Most homes rock the ranch style and are tucked into cozy subdivisions. And since Arnold is still a young city, the majority of houses are under 40 years old.


The area where Arnold now stands began as a ferry boat launch along "El Camino Real," the "Royal Road" commissioned by the King of Spain. While people have inhabited this land for centuries, Arnold itself officially became a town in 1972. Despite its relatively recent incorporation, the town exudes a sense of enduring establishment, characterized by robust community ties.


Situated along Interstate 55 at the merging point of the Meramec and Mississippi Rivers, the neighborhood offers a straightforward 30-minute commute to downtown St. Louis.


In Arnold, you get it all: rolling hills, greenery, and beautiful waterways, plus a solid cultural, educational, and municipal setup. It's the perfect spot to call home, whether you're a young millennial or part of a growing family, with that small-town charm and plenty of fun things to do.


In Arnold, there's something for everyone! Kids, families, and singles can all find fun stuff to do. Explore places like Pomme Creek Golf Course and Strawberry Creek nature area for outdoor adventures. If you're into hiking and fishing, the Ozark countryside is right nearby. Plus, the city's just a hop away for more excitement. And if shopping's your thing, you've got malls close by.


Arnold lies within the esteemed Fox School District and boasts several private religious-based schools.


Arnold City Park

68 acres and features an 8-acre fishing lake and four pavilions equipped with electricity and BBQ pits. The park also offers two playgrounds, a paved 1/2 mile walking trail, two softball fields, two horseshoe pits, restrooms, and a tennis court. Visitors can access a boat ramp off of Jeffco Blvd. next to Hollywood Beach Road, providing parking and picnic areas. Additionally, Arnold City Park provides a para-course, an outdoor exercise course with designated areas for various workouts.

Ferd B. Lang Park

25 acres and highlights a 25-meter swimming pool and concession stand available during the summer months. The park boasts seven pavilions with electricity and BBQ pits, along with amenities such as a playground, nature trails, two multi-purpose fields, restrooms, and five horseshoe pits.

Flamm City Park

Several public use areas totaling 36 acres at Telegraph Road and Meramec River. It offers a boat access ramp for fishing and hiking trails.

Strawberry Creek Nature Area

121 acres and features a pond and four walking trails. The area is abundant with diverse vegetation and wildlife. Additionally, a new pavilion seating 25 people has been constructed near the entrance.


Population: 20,082

Zip Code: 63010

Hospital: St. Anthony’s

Libraries: Fox-Arnold Branch, City of Arnold Library 



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