Five and a half miles of riverfront development, creating a one-of-a-kind mixed use development.
This 10,000-seat sports and entertainment arena is just 1-½ miles south of the 5th Street Exit at Interstate 70, less than 8 miles from Lambert International Airport and two miles from the Saint Charles Historic District. See what shows are coming soon.
Comprising of 1.6 miles, and 25% of the City's total riverfront, the Riverpointe Development is vitally important to the City's growth economically, ecologically, and recreationally. When complete, the project is expected to generate 4,000 new jobs, create a $1.5 billion economic impact, and increase access to recreational opportunities. Learn more.
Streets of St. Charles
Streets of St. Charles has established itself as the destination in St. Charles County and region for dining, shopping, entertainment, and as a place to live, work and stay. This premier development, with excellent access and visibility from Interstate 70, includes more than 1 million square feet of space in a convenient and distinctive environment unlike anything in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area.
Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles offers an exceptional gaming and entertainment experience in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The property features a 130,000-square-foot casino; AAA Four Diamond full-service luxury suite hotel with 400 well-appointed rooms, an indoor-outdoor pool, seven dining venues; 12 bars, an entertainment venue, a full-service luxury day spa, and a 20,000-square-foot conference center. Learn more.
Lewis & Clark Boathouse
A living, working museum. The Lewis and Clark Boat House and Museum brings the remarkable journey of 1803-06 to life at our riverfront base of operations in historic St. Charles, Missouri. And we share the story of the Expedition at destinations throughout the Midwest via our unique traveling fleet of replica boats and our experienced corps of re-enactors, the Discovery Expedition of St. Charles. Learn more.
Historic Main Street
Early explorers and pioneers made St. Charles their place of choice for shopping in the 19th century. Today, you can walk those same brick-lined streets, along the Nationally Registered Historic District, and shop in those same buildings. Whether you're looking for the perfect gift or just want to treat yourself to something special, there's something on Main Street to suit every taste. Learn more.
American Car Foundry
A continuation of Historic Main Street,
bordering the famed Katy Trail and surrounded by beautiful parks, at the center of residents, businesses, students, attractions and tourists is the American Car Foundry development.
ACF is located in the heart of five and a half miles of riverfront development, among the dynamics of six unique boroughs. Learn more.
Just North of Historic Main Street St. Charles, Frenchtown is a growing arts district home to artisan coffee, antique shopping, unique wedding vendors, and much more. When you're looking to get away from the norm, visit Frenchtown and discover history, creativity, and community! Learn more.