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Maryville Parks and Recreation is proud to offer these fine facilities we have to the community. 

Being built in 1993, the Maryville Aquatic Center has been and continues to be a seasonal recreational activity enjoyed by Maryville and surrounding communities. With two diving board, slides, zero depth entry with spray features and 8 lap lanes, your family is sure to have fun in the sun!


Thanks to the community passing a bond, Maryville Parks and Recreation teamed up with the Missouri National Guard Armory and were able to build a joint facility, that opened in 2003. With an indoor track, three court gymnasium, weight, cardio, and fitness rooms the Community Center is a perfect place to begin or continue your fitness journey. The Maryville Community Center is also home to two small meeting rooms, as well as a large meeting room, perfect for any birthday party, reunion, anniversary, bridal/baby showers and more!

Beginning in 1997, after the purchase of 40 acres, the dream of Maryville being home to a Sports Complex took it's first step to becoming a reality. By December of 1998, seventy-one individuals, clubs, and businesses pledged or contributed $688,448 for the development of Donaldson Westside Sports Complex. After receiving a Landmark Local Parks grant of $160,000; construction began. By 2001, Donaldson Westside Sports Complex was complete and marked the first day of opening by having a baseball game where a member of the Donaldson family pitched the first pitch. This 40 acre complex holds 4 baseball/softball fields, concession stand, multiple soccer fields, football field, amphitheater, playground, skate park, two shelters and the Jeff Anderson bike repair station.

Beal Park goes all the way back to 1947. Since then additions have been made, making the park home to three baseball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, playground, two shelters, as well as the Maryville Aquatic Center. Perfect location for family picnics or reunions with so many activities the whole family can enjoy!

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