Learning About Oakville, Missouri

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Early History Of Oakville

Oakville today is a census-designated place in south St. Louis County, Missouri. There is not much documented  on the early history of the city, but in 1959, the Oakville Fair Committee declared September 10th - 13th the 100th Anniversary. It is documented that the name of the city comes from Justice of the Peace Johannes Schulte, but can only be traced to the late 1800s.

Local historians have found a survey map dating to 1844 of the community, as well as the Missouri Post Office documentation showing the first one opened in 1841. Various other historical documents have come from pamphlets produced by local societies or commissioned by churches.

Oakville: A Great Place to Live

Today, Oakville has been voted one of the best places to live in Missouri. The town is just about 18 miles south of St. Louis and borders the Mississippi and Meramec rivers. The public schools have been highly rated. The demographics include many young professionals and retirees. In the 2010 census, there were 36,143 residents in 13,788 households.

Almost 1/3 of the house holds had children under the age of  18 living there, and 65.4% of residents were married and living together. The median age was 43.7 and the gender makeup was 49% male and 51% female. The median home value was estimated to be $234,800. The city also has a low crime rate, and is ranked in the 87th percentile for safety.

Things To Do In Oakville

Oakville's prime location just south of St. Louis and along the Mississippi River means there is much to do in the town. Oakville offers many parks, each themselves offering additional things to do. Some of the favorites among locals include the Bee Tree County Park, Sylvan Springs, and the Cliff cave County Park.

If parks aren't your thing, there are many other top sights around Oakville. This includes the Missouri Civil War Museum, Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum and National Cemetery, Grant's Farm, and more.

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