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Saint Charles County is part of the St. Louis Metro Area and its county seat is Saint Charles. When you visit the beautiful Saint Charles County, you'll find historic architecture, specialty stores and antiques, beautiful parks, and various sports and recreation complexes. At night, enjoy its restaurants, the cinema and performances at local dinner theatres. During the summer, see concerts at UMB Bank Pavilion, one of America's premier amphitheaters. Or travel a short distance to the rolling hills of the wine country road, the Missouri Weinstrasse, where you'll discover tranquil towns, an array of award-winning wines and vineyards
St. Charles County has been one of the fastest-growing counties in the country for decades. The county features a cross-section of industry, as well as extensive retail and some agriculture. St. Charles County has two small airports and two ferries that cross the Mississippi River. Thanks to record-setting growth and careful planning, new urbanism communities now blend with more than 23,000 acres of public parkland. Expansive office campuses for global companies share the landscape with on-going subdivision developments.
St. Charles County encompasses 561-square-miles of diverse landscape spreading out westward from the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. A short distance from St. Charles County is downtown St. Louis. The city of St. Charles lies at one end of the Katy Trail, a 225-mile long state park enjoyed by bikers and walkers. The City also has many current events and features related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition that arguably started in St. Charles. It is also the home base for the St. Louis National Weather Service Forecast Office.
The three largest local communities are O'Fallon, St. Charles and St. Peters, each with their own character and enticing amenities. Together they account for more than half of the county population. Other equally impressive and growing cities include Lake Saint Louis, built around two lakes totaling 625 acres, Dardenne Prairie, Weldon Spring and Cottleville. St. Charles County is just minutes from Lambert St. Louis International Airport and nearby regional attractions.

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