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Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex (BMAC)


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  1. Baseball / Softball Diamond
  2. Concession Stand
  3. Grill
  4. Outdoor Racquetball/Handball Court
  5. Parking
  6. Pavilion
  7. Picnic Tables
  8. Playground
  9. Restrooms
  10. Soccer Field
  11. Tennis Court
  12. Trails


The Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex (BMAC) is located in the northwest corner of the City of Bridgeton and covers approximately 80 acres and has the following amenities:

  • 1 Baseball Field (Lighted)
  • 1 Corporate Pavilion
  • 1 Game Soccer Field (Lighted)
  • 1 Large Group Pavilion
  • 1.5 mile Multi-Purpose Trail
  • 10 Baseball / Softball Fields (Lighted)
  • 2 Concession Stands (1 Indoor / 1 Outdoor)
  • 2 Tot-Lot Playgrounds
  • 4 Lighted Racquetball / Handball Courts
  • 4 Lighted Tennis Courts
  • Park Operations Maintenance Complex

Corporate Pavilion

The round shelter in the northeast corner of the park can be reserved by the public. This pavilion has seating for up to 300 guests and offers large BBQ grills, ample parking, water and electric hookups, and restroom facilities. Please note that while playground facilities are available at the complex, they are not in close proximity to this pavilion. Please call 314-739-5599 for more information. Cost to rent the pavilion is $100 for Bridgeton residents and $200 for non-residents, plus a $200 deposit in the form of a money order. Fees and deposit are due at the time of reservation. The pavilion rental must be done in-person, by the reserving party, at the Bridgeton Recreation Center, 4201 Fee Fee Rd., Bridgeton, MO 63044, at least three days in advance of the desired date.

Lighted Tennis Courts

Four lighted tennis courts are available at the Bridgeton Municipal Athletic Complex (BMAC) year round and can be activated by players via a manual timer. The timer is located adjacent to the tennis court gate closest to the racquetball courts. Players can turn the dial to “ON” to engage the lights for a one hour time period. At any time during the cycle, the dial can be reset to begin a new 60 minute cycle. Time is active for a half hour before sunset and become inactive at 10 p.m.