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Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center, Saint Charles

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  • One would never guess what a hidden treasure this is! The staff are so courteous too. Amazing amount of history and education, great for a short hike and a view from the highest point in the county! I...  more »
  • Ok. I had been here on a geocache and it is unique, so when my middle school teacher cousin, who is from the area, asked where we should go - I actually had an answer. I thought we would see a large h...  more »
  • I would not go out if your way to visit this site but if you live close or are in the area it is worth spending about 30 minutes there. Its free so the price is right. At the top of the structure its ...  more »
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  • It's not often you can sit on top of a nuclear waste dump. The structure is beautiful and a modern version of the Cahokia Mounds.
  • Where are good place to go workout. And has a museum you can ride your bicycle and has a nice view
  • Love riding my bike around this area. Best sunset views!
  • A very neat part of history that a lot of people don't even know exists. The top of the rock pile is the tallest point in St. Charles county, so the views are fantastic! You can use the connector trails to access Lewis and Clark, Lost Valley, and Katy Trails from here as well.
  • Interesting place Make sure you climb the rock mountain