“A City for All Seasons,” Warrenton more than lives up to the name. The neighborhood’s natural beauty has attracted many families in recent years.

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Warrenton is a town on the rise, with big plans and achievements. The city’s pro-business stance has brought a number of specialty stores and restaurants to the area, while low property taxes, good schools, and affordable land has attracted families of all sizes. Warrenton is also at the “back door” of Missouri wine country, making a weekend getaway fun and easy.


The City of Warrenton was birthed from a strong, independent, pioneering spirit. Settlers of German, French, English, Irish, and Spanish heritage shaped the land as well as its citizens to become this city we call home. We owe our city’s very foundation to a group of savvy business men and a stubborn court clerk named, Carty Wells.


The neighborhood has rail and highway access to Interstate 70. It is approximately an hour drive from downtown St. Louis.


Residents take part in a variety of physical activities, with numerous parks and sport venues. A 20-minute drive from Katy Trail and close to wine country, every season can be enjoyed outdoors.

History fans can visit the The Ernst Schowengerdt House and the Warren County Historical Society Museum, or see a movie at the historic Belle Starr Theater. The Scenic Regional Library is also popular, hosting a number of community events for kids, teens, and adults—including a Ted Talk series.


From festivals, sporting events and live music to art shows, stage productions and special exhibits, you'll find a variety of events to enjoy when you visit the City of Warrenton. 


Warrenton is part of the Warren County R-III School District. The neighborhood offers higher education through East Central College and Lindenwood Univeristy at satellite campuses.


Warrenton Athletic Complex | This 55-acre park includes 7 soccer fields, four lighted and two unlit ball fields, a playground, and covered pavilions. 

Dyer Park | This park includes a playground, lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, two horseshoe pits, and two pavilions with picnic tables and grills.    

Khoury Park | This 5-acre park features a playground, two pavilions with picnic tables, two lighted ball fields, and two basketball hoops.

Binkley Woods and Spector Lake | The 35-acre park features a large pavilion with tables, 7 cooking grills, playground equipment, a lake for fishing, and paved walking trails. 

Morgan Park | This park features tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, playground, and pavilion with picnic tables. The Municipal Pool can also be found here, featuring a spray ground, diving boards, water slides, and kiddie pool. Swimming lessons and water aerobics are also available. 

Paddock Fields Park | This 3- acre park features a playground and open green space. There is no restroom onsite.   

Lakeview Park | This 5-acre park features two ball fields, a soccer field, small pavilion with picnic tables, and open green space.


Population: 8,068

Zip Code: 63383

Libraries: Scenic Regional

Connect: Warrenton, MO


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