WRIGHT CITY PARKS

The City of Wright City has two parks: Diekroeger Park and Corwin S. Ruge Memorial Park.

Diekroeger Park is the oldest park in Wright City, and is located on the original county fair grounds. This seven-acre park is located off of the West South Service Road between Exit 199 and Exit 200 of Interstate 70. Diekroeger Park is the site of many family reunions, the "Concerts in the Park" and the Annual Strassenbash, which is held on the third weekend in September. The park has a large pavilion with electric, a cook building, restrooms, playground and plenty of shady picnic area.

Corwin S. Ruge Memorial Park is the newest park, and was developed through a grant from the Department of Natural Resources - Land & Water Conservation Fund and generous donations of time, labor and money by the Wright City Community. Ruge Memorial Park is located in the southern part of the City at the end of South Elm Street. Corwin S. Ruge Memorial Park is the site of the Wright City Khoury League Program, a Jack & Jill Summer Softball League and other activities. The park has a lighted baseball/softball field, a T-ball field, restrooms, pavilion, walking trail, playground and picnic areas.

To reserve one of the parks for a reunion or special function, please fill out this application and send it with your fee to City Hall.  There is a $25 non refundable fee for city residents and a $50 non refundable fee for non-city residents required.  Click here for an application to be a vendor at a Flea Market.  If you have any questions, please contact City Hall at 636-745-3101 or Click Here.  

From time to time we will update the Parks Calendar Here.

The Park Board meets in City Hall at 7:00PM, the second Monday of the month. The public is invited and welcome to attend any and all meetings.

MEMBERS OF THE WRIGHT CITY PARK BOARD

Two Open Position – Please Call

Jack Groeper

Michelle Heiliger

John Lacaillade

Patsy Jones