St. Charles is the oldest city on the Missouri River, 20 miles from St. Louis, and is the 9th largest city in Missouri.
Main Street and the Riverfront reflect the old world beauty of this city. This historic area features restored houses and businesses that attract locals and visitors alike. There is a bustle in the air with many wonderful restaurants and shops to visit while festivals and events throughout the year keep tourists flocking to the city.
Recreation is very important to St. Charles with several parks and trails including The Katy Trail, which runs 240 miles along the Missouri River.
Real estate development has boomed since the 1970’s in the “Golden Triangle” with access of 3 major highways, Interstate 70, Interstate 64 and Route 94.
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Here’s some cool information and fun facts about St. Charles, Missouri. The area was once inhabited by Paleo-Indians 11,000 years ago but when the first European explorers arrived it was occupied by Osage, Missouri and Illini tribes.
In 1769, French Canadian fur trader Louis Blanchette founded the area as “Les Petites Côtes,” meaning The Little Hills. Canadian french-speaking colonists settled St. Charles and it was deemed the last “civilized” stop by Explorers Lewis and Clark.
When Missouri became a state in 1821, St. Charles was its temporary capital while Jefferson City was being built. The city grew through the years and is a well know historical destination for visitors and new residents alike.
Today, the total population of this St. Charles is over 71,000 people.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, The racial makeup is:
- 85.7% White
- 4.6% Hispanic
- 6.3% African American
- 0.2% Native American
- 3.0% Asian
The median household income of this one of a wonderful city is $64,483.
- Guardians Of The Galaxy’s Star-Lord grew up in St. Charles.
- St. Charles was home of pioneer and adventurer Daniel Boone.
- In 1804, Clark & Lewis left St. Charles along the Missouri River to forge a path to the Pacific Ocean.
- You can take walking food tours to famous restaurants on Historic Main Street.
- MLB St. Louis Cardinals Baseball Hall Of Famer Lou Brock lived in St. Charles until his death in 2020.
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