Below is a list of many of the high schools, attractions, parks and other things that can be found in the City of St. Louis Missouri. Information on the 79 individual neighborhoods of the City of St. Louis can be found on our Neighborhoods page.
The City of St. Louis Missouri is located along the banks of the Mississippi River. The city radiates north, west, and south from Downtown St. Louis. The eastern boundary is the Mississippi River and extends northward to the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge and Interstate 270 as well as southward to where the River Des Peres empties into the Mississippi River. North of the city from the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, the western boundary of the City of St. Louis follows along an imaginary line that forms somewhat of a semi-circle around the city and runs southward back to the Mississippi River at the River Des Peres. That imaginary boundary line is roughly located just west of Riverview Drive in the north, and as it continues southward, roughly follows Goodfellow, then Hodimont, then Skinker and the western edge of Forest Park, then McCausland and continues south running just west of the River Des Peres where it ends at the Mississippi River.
More information on the city of St. Louis can be found at our St. Louis Missouri page.