Peaceful, lush neighborhood for outdoorsy residents.

Welcome to Wildwood

Peaceful, lush neighborhood for outdoorsy residents

Located in the most western part of the city of St. Louis, Missouri, Wildwood is a rural neighborhood where you’ll find rich history in a natural setting. This forested community is perfect for active residents, as there’s plenty of state parks and wildlife reserves within the area, and it is home to the Hidden Valley Ski Resort. If you’re looking for your next family home, Wildwood is the perfect place to raise your kids in a healthy, outdoor environment. 
Two-story homes with brick and paneling make up most homes in Wildwood, with each more beautiful than the last. Each home is a historical masterpiece, with the majority having newly renovated interiors to appeal to every homebuyer. You’ll find prices that start in the low six-figures and gradually work their way up relative to the size and area, such as your proximity to a state park or downtown St. Louis.

What to Love

• Proximity to numerous state parks and wildlife reserves 
• Historical neighborhood with brick homes
Access to Hidden Valley Ski Resort, Missouri’s largest winter resort, for year-round fun
The exceptional Rockwood School District

Local Lifestyle

Wildwood offers residents a rural feel, with houses spread out and sheltered by mature trees and manicured lawns. With so many activities in both the summer and winter months, the area is perfect for individuals looking for an active lifestyle. Take a trip to the adventure-filled Hidden Valley Ski Resort if you want to hit the slopes, or dust off your hiking boots and work up a sweat. If you’re an on-the-go family, Wildwood will become your dream destination.

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

If you’re looking for a real treat, dining at the Old Barn Inn Restaurant is truly a one-of-a-kind experience, where you’ll eat in a historical setting with rolling hills and the Missouri River as a view. It’s also the perfect place to host parties and events, as it’s a hotspot for weddings and receptions. To keep the historical venue going, Big Chief Roadhouse is another amazing place to taste locally-grown American cuisine on an outdoor patio. 
When moving to Wildwood, finding furniture as unique as your home is a must, and that’s where Three French Hens comes in. Get some amazing local showstoppers for your home. From plush sofas to elegant decor, there’s something for every new homebuyer. Another fantastic spot that the locals love is Milk and Honey, a chic boutique that you can peruse with a glass of chardonnay in hand. You can also rent out the space for parties or events and join their monthly Wine Club!

Things to Do

Living in Wildwood offers its residents many perks, and that includes access to the Hidden Valley Ski Resort. In the winter months, race down the hill on a pair of skis or a snowboard. In the summer months, go on a zipline adventure or explore one of many hiking trails. Also, make sure to check out the B&B Wildwood 10 Theater, a local favorite where you can catch some of the newest movie releases or try your hand at some arcade games. 
If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the history of Wildwood, start in the Pond Historic District. There are plenty of historic neighborhoods to walk through, so by the end of the day, you’ll be a true Wildwood history buff. For fun that the entire family will enjoy, head on over to the Wabash Frisco and Pacific Railway, where you can ride on their live steam railroad for a two-mile loop, traveling beside the beautiful Meramec River.


Wildwood is home to some excellent educational opportunities, some of which include:

Babler Elementary School, K-5
Pond Elementary School, K-5
Wildwood Middle School, 6-8

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