About Grayhawk

Grayhawk is a 1,250-acre private, homeowner owned community, with 700+ acres of nature preserve, tucked away in one of the most beautiful corners of historic Ste. Genevieve County.

Just 59 minutes south of St. Louis, 3.5 miles off of Interstate 55 at exit 154, Grayhawk is secluded and convenient. With two crystal-clear, stream-fed lakes, and miles of pristine shoreline, Grayhawk is an ideal sanctuary for nature-lovers who enjoy boating, fishing, or waterskiing. Both lakes are fully-mature and offer world-class fishing conditions that yield record bass, bluegill, catfish, white and black crappie, and sun perch. Add in an over-sized swimming pool, shooting range, abundant wildlife, and miles of rustic hiking trails, and you’ll find endless pathways to a lifestyle that is invigorating, relaxing and rewarding for the whole family.

Resident Testimonials

Jerome and Becky’s Story

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“You just can’t beat what you get with Grayhawk, said Jerome. You have a private community, rolling hills, colorful tree lines and large, affordable property all within close proximity to St. Louis. You can get here in just a hop, skip and a jump! My wife and I really feel at home here. Our lakefront property at will definitely be our retirement spot.” Read More…

John and Fran’s Story

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…to show off the view of the sunset over the lake, the roaming wildlife, and gorgeous scenery.

“If you are looking for a nice, quiet lake that’s in close proximity to St. Louis, Grayhawk is it,” said John. At Grayhawk, you can fish, there are trails for ATV’s and bikes and state parks are nearby. You can’t get this type of property without paying two to three times more. It’s the perfect place to build a lake home.” Read More…

Historic Ste. Genevieve is just minutes away

Just minutes from Grayhawk, you’ll discover the remarkable treasure that is Ste. Genevieve. Chosen as one of the “10 Coolest Small Towns in America” by Budget Travel Magazine in 2012, this charming community will give you a glimpse into the pioneer spirit of the settlers who arrived here in the early 1700s. A stroll along the streets, lined with rare and historic French-Colonial architecture, reveals an eclectic collection of restaurants and shops.

Area Amenities include:

  • Hawn State Park
  • Magnolia Hollow Conservation Area
  • Pickle Springs Natural Area
  • John J. Audubon Trail
  • St. Joe State Park (Farmington)
  • Ste. Genevieve Golf Club
  • Crown Pointe Golf Club (Farmington)
  • The Ste. Genevieve Community Aquatic and Fitness Center.

In the Heart of Wine Country

On the Route du Vin you’ll find several wineries, many operated by descendants of early French and German pioneers, welcoming visitors year round with distinctive wines of the region.

Ste. Genevieve Area Wineries include:

  • Cave Vineyard
  • Charleville Vineyard, Winery & Microbrewery
  • Chaumette Vineyards & Winery
  • Crown Valley Winery
  • Sainte Genevieve Winery
  • Sand Creek Vineyard & Winery
  • The Barrens Winery
  • Twin Oaks Vineyard & Winery
  • Watertower Wines – Vineyard & Winery
  • Weingarten Vineyard & Garten Haus Restaurant

For more information visit:

http://www.stegenchamber.org/tourism/wineries.html

rdvwinetrail.com

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