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13910 Le Sabre Dr.
13910 Le Sabre Drive
Old Jamestown, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,365
1517 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:29 AM
Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 baths ranch in a highly desirable neighborhood in Florissant! Beautiful and easy to maintain large level yard, full basement, very spacious 399 sqft attached garage and a generous 1517 sqft living space! Tons of fixtures inside!
1 Unit Available
6183 Silver Fox Drive
6183 Silver Fox Drive
Old Jamestown, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1182 sqft
Last updated April 16 at 11:08 AM
Check out this newly renovated 3 bed 2 bath home in Florissant! This home has been completely updated with beautiful new flooring, sleek new cabinets, modern new fixtures, and neutral colored fresh paint. It has all the fixings for the perfect home.
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10 Units Available
Greenway Chase
629 Greenway Manor Dr
Florissant, MO
1 Bedroom
$956
683 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,152
950 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:39 AM
Enjoy everything you could want and need right at your fingertips when you live at Greenway Chase! Residents enjoy our sparkling pool all summer long, a lighted tennis court, bark park for your furry family members, playground and a new,
1 Unit Available
12303 Benham Road
12303 Benham Road
St. Louis County, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,525
1845 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
1312 Langholm Drive
1312 Langholm Drive , St. Louis County, MO
Wedgewood Green
3 Bedrooms
$1,120
1212 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
We are not accepting Section 8 Applications Modern Ranch 3 Bedroom and 2 Full Bathrooms. Spacious Living room with vaulted ceiling and large windows.
1 Unit Available
2941 Atlantic Park Ave
2941 Atlantic Park Avenue
St. Louis County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1349 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:29 AM
COMING SOON! A wonderful single family home that contains 1,349 sq ft and was built in 1976.
1 Unit Available
2485 Wedgwood Dr W
2485 Wedgwood Drive West , St. Louis County, MO
Wedgewood
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1060 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:29 AM
Lovely recently renovated house in Wedgwood Subdivision walking distance to shopping at Cross Keys! This is a beautiful, cozy, home with great space on the main level and even more space in the finished basement, topped off with a bathroom in the
1 Unit Available
12820 Verwood Drive
12820 Verwood Drive
St. Louis County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1055 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
Spacious 3 bedroom 1.5 bathroom home in Florissant! - Looking for room? Look no further! This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom home for rent in Florissant is Stunning! Where to begin? The outside has great curb appeal and a two car attached garage.
1 Unit Available
12820 Bright Oaks Court
12820 Bright Oaks Court
St. Louis County, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,725
2429 sqft
Last updated April 17 at 06:22 PM
Available soon! We are now accepting applications for this home. Please refer to the available date on this page. This Main Street Renewal home is currently being enjoyed by another resident, please respect their privacy and do not disturb.
1 Unit Available
3081 Willow Creek Estate Drive
3081 Willow Creek Est Drive
Florissant, MO
4 Bedrooms
$2,345
1840 sqft
Last updated April 16 at 11:08 AM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
2055 Huntington Drive
2055 Huntington Drive , St. Louis County, MO
Wedgewood
4 Bedrooms
$1,425
2802 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 11:11 AM
We are not currently accepting Section 8 vouchers. Apply Online at: https://rentconrex.com/houses-for-rent Please Contact Property Manager at: jreap@con-rex.com 314-884-0110 This home is not available for Section 8 vouchers.
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2 Units Available
Nantucket Gardens Apartments
27-B Joyce Ellen Ln , Ferguson, MO
Ferguson
1 Bedroom
$595
608 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$699
736 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Welcome to Nantucket Gardens Apartment homes! We offer a wide range of innovative floor plans in 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Tucked away on a quiet cul-de-sac, you will enjoy 17 park-like acres with beautiful trees.
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17 Units Available
Nico Terrace
2155 Hecht Dr
St. Louis, MO
1 Bedroom
$520
560 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$675
783 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Experience St. Louis living at Nico Terrace. Our experienced leasing team looks forward to help you find your perfect home. Our community has received top marks in the city for affordability compared to nearby apartments.
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19 Units Available
Oak Park Apartments
11185 Oak Parkway Ln , Spanish Lake, MO
Spanish Lake
1 Bedroom
$515
660 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$605
1029 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$799
1430 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Oak Park Apartments in Spanish Lake, MO offers a variety of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans with amenities that meet a wide range of tastes and needs in North St. Louis County.
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8 Units Available
Sugar Pines
11011 Sugar Pines Ct
Florissant, MO
1 Bedroom
$725
771 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$870
947 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:45 AM
Conveniently located near Lindenwood University North Country Campus. Each unit offers breakfast bar and pantry, central heating, A/C, fireplace, washer/dryer connections and large kitchen. On-site amenities include business center and fitness center.
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4 Units Available
River Chase
2280 Keeven Ln
Florissant, MO
1 Bedroom
$640
635 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$740
825 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:44 AM
Choose from a selection of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as a variety of two-bedroom townhomes. Amenities include air conditioning, carpeting, patios/balconies and more.
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1 Unit Available
The Knolls Townhomes
3582 Pershall Rd , Ferguson, MO
Ferguson
2 Bedrooms
$1,085
1462 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:44 AM
Various two- and three-bedroom apartments complete with walk-closets, central heat and air conditioning, vertical blinds, dishwashers, private patios and balconies, and more. Community amenities include carports, a swimming pool and access to major highways.
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4 Units Available
Canfield Green
2974 Coppercreek Rd , St. Louis, MO
Ferguson
1 Bedroom
$540
630 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$640
780 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 12:19 AM
Canfield Green offers large floorplans with an amazing on-site management and maintenance team. Our residents are our top priority.
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Stonebridge
1457 Stonebury Ct
Florissant, MO
2 Bedrooms
$885
1333 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1452 sqft
Last updated September 17 at 09:05 PM
Welcome to Stonebridge Townhomes, an affordable community located in Florissant, Missouri offering two and three bedroom townhomes. Stonebridge is a government assisted community where rent is determined by government regulations.
1 Unit Available
166 Powell Avenue
166 Powell Avenue , Ferguson, MO
Ferguson
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1120 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Krch Realty, LLC proudly offers another certified and worry-free rental. View this amazing smart home by texting or calling 314-626-8088 to receive a code and view this home today. You will be amazed by this smart homes features and capabilities.
1 Unit Available
1728 Grafton Drive
1728 Grafton Drive , Dellwood, MO
Dellwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
950 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Say hello to your new home! This beautiful home located in Florissant is priced to rent and won't last long! This 950 sq. ft. home has 3 spacious bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, and a 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
1156 Scott Avenue
1156 Scott Avenue , Spanish Lake, MO
Spanish Lake
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
864 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Krch Realty, LLC proudly offers another certified and worry-free rental. View this amazing smart home by texting or calling 314-626-8088 to receive a code and view this home today. You will be amazed by this smart homes features and capabilities.
1 Unit Available
535 Ames Place
535 Ames Place , Ferguson, MO
Ferguson
3 Bedrooms
$900
912 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
Krch Realty, LLC proudly offers another certified and worry-free rental. View this amazing smart home by texting or calling 314-626-8088 to receive a code and view this home today. You will be amazed by this smart homes features and capabilities.
1 Unit Available
790 Robinwood Drive
790 Robinwood Drive , Florissant, MO
Robinwood
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
1064 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 03:36 AM
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Old Jamestown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Fontbonne University, Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and Saint Louis Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Old Jamestown. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Fontbonne University, Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, and Saint Louis Community College.
City GuideOld Jamestown
Old Jamestown, Missouri, is a city rich with history. Renowned explorers Lewis and Clark, as well as Zebulon Pike (for whom Pike's Peak is named), made their way through these parts, stopping to camp near what is now known as Sioux Passage Park. Modern explorers love this area's beautiful scenery, wide-open spaces, and abundant recreational opportunities.
Old Jamestown, Missouri, is a city rich with history. Renowned explorers Lewis and Clark, as well as Zebulon Pike (for whom Pike's Peak is named), made their way through these parts, stopping to camp near what is now known as Sioux Passage Park. Modern explorers love this area's beautiful scenery, wide-open spaces, and abundant recreational opportunities.

Though most people refer to Old Jamestown a city, it's technically a CDP--Census Designated Place--outside of St. Louis, Missouri and neighboring Florissant, Missouri. The Old Jamestown Association (OJA) preserves the town's historical legacy, verifying the validity (or lack thereof) of historical anecdotes, acting as a sort of city council for residents, and otherwise keeping the peace and preserving the history around these parts. As of the 2010 census, Old Jamestown had a population of 19, 184 and a population density much higher than those found elsewhere in the state (this owing to the town's small square mileage).

Finding an Apartment in Old Jamestown

The vast majority of Old Jamestown features owner-occupied homes, many of which were built during the 1970s and 1980s. A good percentage of these homes have been renovated and feature modern appliances, up-to-date kitchens, and comfortable living spaces--perfect for in-home entertaining.

If you're looking to rent a town home or apartment, you might have better luck in the nearby Florissant, where the main apartment complexes include the Heatherton Apartments, Paddock Village, and Whispering Lake Apartments. As you'd guess, condo rentals in Old Jamestown proper are scarce; try Florissant or the more southerly St. Louis. Rental and owner-occupied properties in this area are substantially less expensive than those in nearby St. Louis, and if you don't mind driving into the city to get your dose of nightlife and cultural attractions, Old Jamestown might be the town for you!

Regardless of where you start your apartment search, you'll need to bring along the necessary documents: valid photo ID, verification of income (pay stub or bank statement), and references, among other documents. Best to bring your checkbook, too--there's a good chance you'll be won over by Old Jamestown's outdoorsy charm.

Finding an Apartment in Old Jamestown
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The vast majority of Old Jamestown features owner-occupied homes, many of which were built during the 1970s and 1980s. A good percentage of these homes have been renovated and feature modern appliances, up-to-date kitchens, and comfortable living spaces--perfect for in-home entertaining.

If you're looking to rent a town home or apartment, you might have better luck in the nearby Florissant, where the main apartment complexes include the Heatherton Apartments, Paddock Village, and Whispering Lake Apartments. As you'd guess, condo rentals in Old Jamestown proper are scarce; try Florissant or the more southerly St. Louis. Rental and owner-occupied properties in this area are substantially less expensive than those in nearby St. Louis, and if you don't mind driving into the city to get your dose of nightlife and cultural attractions, Old Jamestown might be the town for you!

Regardless of where you start your apartment search, you'll need to bring along the necessary documents: valid photo ID, verification of income (pay stub or bank statement), and references, among other documents. Best to bring your checkbook, too--there's a good chance you'll be won over by Old Jamestown's outdoorsy charm.

Neighborhoods

Old Jamestown doesn't have distinct neighborhoods. The nearby Florissant--a more sizable town--has a public library (the Jamestown Bluff branch), an 18-hole golf course, two recreation centers, an ice rink, and a 600-seat theater, among other attractions.

Vehicles are recommended for residents of this area--amenities are relatively far-flung from one another, and Old Jamestown does not have a public transit system in place. That said, many Old Jamestown residents carpool around the town and on longer trips, and accessibility in the area isn't a concern--you can take Lindbergh Boulevard to the Flower Valley Shopping Center, which lies just over the Old Jamestown-Florissant border.

Neighborhoods
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Old Jamestown doesn't have distinct neighborhoods. The nearby Florissant--a more sizable town--has a public library (the Jamestown Bluff branch), an 18-hole golf course, two recreation centers, an ice rink, and a 600-seat theater, among other attractions.

Vehicles are recommended for residents of this area--amenities are relatively far-flung from one another, and Old Jamestown does not have a public transit system in place. That said, many Old Jamestown residents carpool around the town and on longer trips, and accessibility in the area isn't a concern--you can take Lindbergh Boulevard to the Flower Valley Shopping Center, which lies just over the Old Jamestown-Florissant border.

Living in Old Jamestown

Old Jamestown has its fair share of charms, especially for residents who crave solitude, natural beauty, and the chance to partake in outdoor activities. Perhaps the town's best feature is its north side, where all along the Missouri River residents have a view of the Pelican Island Natural Area, a state-owned recreational facility and nature preserve. Pelican Island remains a draw for residents and visitors alike. Birdwatching here is best in the springtime, which amateur ornithologists know is migration season.

Fishing in this region is another big draw. Depending on your skills, you might net yourself a catfish, crappie, drum, or carp; if you're lucky, you'll be cooking sturgeon for dinner! Along those watery lines, you can also spend summer afternoons canoeing, if that type of thing floats your boat. Hiking is a bit trickier, at least within Pelican Island's borders--there are no maintained trails within the Natural Area, and the undergrowth is dense in many places. Deer hunting is permitted within the Natural Area, but hunters must have valid licenses and follow all state designations.

Climatologically speaking, Old Jamestown is fairly middle of the road. This tiny town has lower-than-average snowfall (compared to all other U.S. states), a median temperature of about 55 degrees, and comparatively high humidity in May and August--coincidentally, the months during which residents report the highest number of bad hair days. Old Jamestown is pretty low-risk in terms of natural disasters: The town has only witnessed three earthquakes total, though according to 2010 census data, it had seen 93 tornados.

Gourmands will need to wander beyond the city line for a dinner out. Fortunately, nearby Florissant has enticing restaurant offerings. Cannoli's and Pirrone's are go-to spots for spaghetti or a slice (and be honest: who doesn't love pizza?), while Hendel's Market Cafe--known for their New American cuisine--is perfect for a romantic evening out. Still hungry after noshing on pizza or savoring a steak? Residents recommend the De lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe for post-dinner sweets.

Living in Old Jamestown
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Old Jamestown has its fair share of charms, especially for residents who crave solitude, natural beauty, and the chance to partake in outdoor activities. Perhaps the town's best feature is its north side, where all along the Missouri River residents have a view of the Pelican Island Natural Area, a state-owned recreational facility and nature preserve. Pelican Island remains a draw for residents and visitors alike. Birdwatching here is best in the springtime, which amateur ornithologists know is migration season.

Fishing in this region is another big draw. Depending on your skills, you might net yourself a catfish, crappie, drum, or carp; if you're lucky, you'll be cooking sturgeon for dinner! Along those watery lines, you can also spend summer afternoons canoeing, if that type of thing floats your boat. Hiking is a bit trickier, at least within Pelican Island's borders--there are no maintained trails within the Natural Area, and the undergrowth is dense in many places. Deer hunting is permitted within the Natural Area, but hunters must have valid licenses and follow all state designations.

Climatologically speaking, Old Jamestown is fairly middle of the road. This tiny town has lower-than-average snowfall (compared to all other U.S. states), a median temperature of about 55 degrees, and comparatively high humidity in May and August--coincidentally, the months during which residents report the highest number of bad hair days. Old Jamestown is pretty low-risk in terms of natural disasters: The town has only witnessed three earthquakes total, though according to 2010 census data, it had seen 93 tornados.

Gourmands will need to wander beyond the city line for a dinner out. Fortunately, nearby Florissant has enticing restaurant offerings. Cannoli's and Pirrone's are go-to spots for spaghetti or a slice (and be honest: who doesn't love pizza?), while Hendel's Market Cafe--known for their New American cuisine--is perfect for a romantic evening out. Still hungry after noshing on pizza or savoring a steak? Residents recommend the De lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe for post-dinner sweets.

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City GuideOld Jamestown
Old Jamestown, Missouri, is a city rich with history. Renowned explorers Lewis and Clark, as well as Zebulon Pike (for whom Pike's Peak is named), made their way through these parts, stopping to camp near what is now known as Sioux Passage Park. Modern explorers love this area's beautiful scenery, wide-open spaces, and abundant recreational opportunities.
Old Jamestown, Missouri, is a city rich with history. Renowned explorers Lewis and Clark, as well as Zebulon Pike (for whom Pike's Peak is named), made their way through these parts, stopping to camp near what is now known as Sioux Passage Park. Modern explorers love this area's beautiful scenery, wide-open spaces, and abundant recreational opportunities.

Though most people refer to Old Jamestown a city, it's technically a CDP--Census Designated Place--outside of St. Louis, Missouri and neighboring Florissant, Missouri. The Old Jamestown Association (OJA) preserves the town's historical legacy, verifying the validity (or lack thereof) of historical anecdotes, acting as a sort of city council for residents, and otherwise keeping the peace and preserving the history around these parts. As of the 2010 census, Old Jamestown had a population of 19, 184 and a population density much higher than those found elsewhere in the state (this owing to the town's small square mileage).

Finding an Apartment in Old Jamestown

The vast majority of Old Jamestown features owner-occupied homes, many of which were built during the 1970s and 1980s. A good percentage of these homes have been renovated and feature modern appliances, up-to-date kitchens, and comfortable living spaces--perfect for in-home entertaining.

If you're looking to rent a town home or apartment, you might have better luck in the nearby Florissant, where the main apartment complexes include the Heatherton Apartments, Paddock Village, and Whispering Lake Apartments. As you'd guess, condo rentals in Old Jamestown proper are scarce; try Florissant or the more southerly St. Louis. Rental and owner-occupied properties in this area are substantially less expensive than those in nearby St. Louis, and if you don't mind driving into the city to get your dose of nightlife and cultural attractions, Old Jamestown might be the town for you!

Regardless of where you start your apartment search, you'll need to bring along the necessary documents: valid photo ID, verification of income (pay stub or bank statement), and references, among other documents. Best to bring your checkbook, too--there's a good chance you'll be won over by Old Jamestown's outdoorsy charm.

Finding an Apartment in Old Jamestown
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The vast majority of Old Jamestown features owner-occupied homes, many of which were built during the 1970s and 1980s. A good percentage of these homes have been renovated and feature modern appliances, up-to-date kitchens, and comfortable living spaces--perfect for in-home entertaining.

If you're looking to rent a town home or apartment, you might have better luck in the nearby Florissant, where the main apartment complexes include the Heatherton Apartments, Paddock Village, and Whispering Lake Apartments. As you'd guess, condo rentals in Old Jamestown proper are scarce; try Florissant or the more southerly St. Louis. Rental and owner-occupied properties in this area are substantially less expensive than those in nearby St. Louis, and if you don't mind driving into the city to get your dose of nightlife and cultural attractions, Old Jamestown might be the town for you!

Regardless of where you start your apartment search, you'll need to bring along the necessary documents: valid photo ID, verification of income (pay stub or bank statement), and references, among other documents. Best to bring your checkbook, too--there's a good chance you'll be won over by Old Jamestown's outdoorsy charm.

Neighborhoods

Old Jamestown doesn't have distinct neighborhoods. The nearby Florissant--a more sizable town--has a public library (the Jamestown Bluff branch), an 18-hole golf course, two recreation centers, an ice rink, and a 600-seat theater, among other attractions.

Vehicles are recommended for residents of this area--amenities are relatively far-flung from one another, and Old Jamestown does not have a public transit system in place. That said, many Old Jamestown residents carpool around the town and on longer trips, and accessibility in the area isn't a concern--you can take Lindbergh Boulevard to the Flower Valley Shopping Center, which lies just over the Old Jamestown-Florissant border.

Neighborhoods
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Old Jamestown doesn't have distinct neighborhoods. The nearby Florissant--a more sizable town--has a public library (the Jamestown Bluff branch), an 18-hole golf course, two recreation centers, an ice rink, and a 600-seat theater, among other attractions.

Vehicles are recommended for residents of this area--amenities are relatively far-flung from one another, and Old Jamestown does not have a public transit system in place. That said, many Old Jamestown residents carpool around the town and on longer trips, and accessibility in the area isn't a concern--you can take Lindbergh Boulevard to the Flower Valley Shopping Center, which lies just over the Old Jamestown-Florissant border.

Living in Old Jamestown

Old Jamestown has its fair share of charms, especially for residents who crave solitude, natural beauty, and the chance to partake in outdoor activities. Perhaps the town's best feature is its north side, where all along the Missouri River residents have a view of the Pelican Island Natural Area, a state-owned recreational facility and nature preserve. Pelican Island remains a draw for residents and visitors alike. Birdwatching here is best in the springtime, which amateur ornithologists know is migration season.

Fishing in this region is another big draw. Depending on your skills, you might net yourself a catfish, crappie, drum, or carp; if you're lucky, you'll be cooking sturgeon for dinner! Along those watery lines, you can also spend summer afternoons canoeing, if that type of thing floats your boat. Hiking is a bit trickier, at least within Pelican Island's borders--there are no maintained trails within the Natural Area, and the undergrowth is dense in many places. Deer hunting is permitted within the Natural Area, but hunters must have valid licenses and follow all state designations.

Climatologically speaking, Old Jamestown is fairly middle of the road. This tiny town has lower-than-average snowfall (compared to all other U.S. states), a median temperature of about 55 degrees, and comparatively high humidity in May and August--coincidentally, the months during which residents report the highest number of bad hair days. Old Jamestown is pretty low-risk in terms of natural disasters: The town has only witnessed three earthquakes total, though according to 2010 census data, it had seen 93 tornados.

Gourmands will need to wander beyond the city line for a dinner out. Fortunately, nearby Florissant has enticing restaurant offerings. Cannoli's and Pirrone's are go-to spots for spaghetti or a slice (and be honest: who doesn't love pizza?), while Hendel's Market Cafe--known for their New American cuisine--is perfect for a romantic evening out. Still hungry after noshing on pizza or savoring a steak? Residents recommend the De lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe for post-dinner sweets.

Living in Old Jamestown
+

Old Jamestown has its fair share of charms, especially for residents who crave solitude, natural beauty, and the chance to partake in outdoor activities. Perhaps the town's best feature is its north side, where all along the Missouri River residents have a view of the Pelican Island Natural Area, a state-owned recreational facility and nature preserve. Pelican Island remains a draw for residents and visitors alike. Birdwatching here is best in the springtime, which amateur ornithologists know is migration season.

Fishing in this region is another big draw. Depending on your skills, you might net yourself a catfish, crappie, drum, or carp; if you're lucky, you'll be cooking sturgeon for dinner! Along those watery lines, you can also spend summer afternoons canoeing, if that type of thing floats your boat. Hiking is a bit trickier, at least within Pelican Island's borders--there are no maintained trails within the Natural Area, and the undergrowth is dense in many places. Deer hunting is permitted within the Natural Area, but hunters must have valid licenses and follow all state designations.

Climatologically speaking, Old Jamestown is fairly middle of the road. This tiny town has lower-than-average snowfall (compared to all other U.S. states), a median temperature of about 55 degrees, and comparatively high humidity in May and August--coincidentally, the months during which residents report the highest number of bad hair days. Old Jamestown is pretty low-risk in terms of natural disasters: The town has only witnessed three earthquakes total, though according to 2010 census data, it had seen 93 tornados.

Gourmands will need to wander beyond the city line for a dinner out. Fortunately, nearby Florissant has enticing restaurant offerings. Cannoli's and Pirrone's are go-to spots for spaghetti or a slice (and be honest: who doesn't love pizza?), while Hendel's Market Cafe--known for their New American cuisine--is perfect for a romantic evening out. Still hungry after noshing on pizza or savoring a steak? Residents recommend the De lish Cheesecake Bakery and Cafe for post-dinner sweets.