Renner Brenner Park

Managed by City of Riverside

Renner Brenner Park is located in and managed by the city of Riverside. It features two reservable shelters. The shelters have picnic tables,

  • Shelter House- Covered park shelter house with a capacity of 100 people. Facility features several picnic tables, a large grill and electrical outlets.
  • Small Shelter - Covered shelter house with a capacity of 35 people. Facility features one picnic table, a small grill and electrical outlets.

The park features a modern Playground and Skateboard park. It also serves as a trailhead for the Lower Line Creek Trail.

The park also features a prehistoric archaeological site which became registered on the National Register of Historic Places in 1969.

The area was frequented by Prehistoric people as early as 5000 B.C. It is best known as the regional center of aborigional population in Hopewell Times (1-500 A.D.) and occupied throughout the Woodland culture into middle Mississippian times 1200 A.D. It was discovered in 1921 by Mett Shippee on the property of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Renner.

More interesting Historical information about the Renner Village Site can be found at rennerbrennersitepark.com

Address Park Address:
2901 NW Vivion Road
Riverside, MO 64150
URL Official Web URL: Click Here
Historical Landmarks Historical Landmarks: Renner Village Archeological Site

ADA Accessible ADA Accessible: Yes
Picnic Shelter Picnic Shelters: 2 - 1 Large, 1 Small
Picnic Tables Picnic Tables: In shelters
Playgrounds Playgrounds: 1
Other Other Amenities: Skateboard Park

Platte County Parks playgrounds and restrooms will be closed until further notice.  This includes the playgrounds at Platte Ridge Park, Barry Platte Park, and the Barry Platte Annex.  The restroom facilities at Platte Ridge Park soccer and baseball complexes will also be closed.  Platte County Parks is canceling all ball-field reservations at Barry Platte Park and Platte Ridge Park until further notice per recommendations of the CDC. We will be assessing the situation on a weekly basis. Questions? Please call 816-858-3419

Parks and trails do remain open, including open space and trails.  Please use proper social distancing when using the parks.