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THE BARRACKS TODAY

Four different entities occupy Jefferson Barracks’ original 1,702 acres.

Since 1960 St. Louis County has operated a 426-acre swath of the original post grounds as Jefferson Barracks Historic Site [], which centers on a 42,000-square-foot recreation center surrounded by hiking and biking trails, ball fields and

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