Laundry Pickup and Delivery in Florissant, Missouri

Angry Man with Laundry Basket

Tucked away on the banks of the Missouri River, not everybody realizes how deep of a history Florissant, Missouri has. Over the years, your town has seen early French settlers and early Spanish settlers, and you have preserved many of the charming influences of the past.  Nowadays, with longer commutes, more demanding jobs, and multiple responsibilities, life is more complicated than it was back in Florissant’s early times. HappyNest pickup laundry service wants to help you simplify life again. Here’s how it works:

Sign up for a HappyNest laundry service account and select which kind of service you would like. You can have regularly scheduled laundry pickup, or you can have your laundry picked up by request.

Tell us how you would like us to clean your clothes. Choose from our selection of detergents, fabric softeners, and dryer sheets. We have well-known commercial brands, as well as eco-friendly options.

On laundry day, leave your laundry right outside your door and HappyNest will pick it up, clean it, and return it to you washed and folded the next day.

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Study history, not laundry

With HappyNest laundry delivery service taking care of your clothes, you have more time to get out and get reacquainted with your neighborhood. Maybe start at the John B. Myers house. This Classical Revival home, with its grand columns, was built in the 1800s. While you are admiring the home’s ornate detail and two-story front portico, you can pick up some yarn from the Weaving Department, which has been serving the needs of knitters, crocheters, and weavers from this historic home for 30 years. Of course, you can’t take a historic walking tour of your town without admiring Old St. Ferdinand Shrine, thought to be the oldest Catholic building in the Louisiana Purchase territory. Just a couple of blocks away from the shrine, you can wander through Spanish Land Grant Park. Near the flagpoles in this quiet, peaceful park there is a dedication to those buried in unmarked graves within the park dating back to when the park was used as a burial ground from 1790 to 1876. You might want to end your walk with a nice meal at Hendel’s on Rue St. Denis. The building that now houses this charming restaurant once housed the similarly named Hendel’s Market back in 1873.

Florissant’s river views at sunset

Your town is on the banks of one of America’s great rivers, but when is the last time you took a nature walk and enjoyed your hometown river view? When you sign up for wash and fold laundry delivery service, you will have time to take in those vistas. For a nice walk, you can start downtown at Coldwater Commons Park. Cross Coldwater Creek and continue along the Sunset Greenway down to the bluff of the Missouri River in Sunset Park.  Whether you are walking or biking, this route has the views that will remind you why you live here. The 108-acre Sunset Park has some nice paved loops for biking and if you are walking, the steeper trails have plenty of benches at scenic spots overlooking the river.

Florissant amenities

Don’t forget, Florissant has plenty of other amenities outside of history and nature. If you are a golfer, the town-run Florissant Golf Club is beautifully maintained, and the town’s staff promises to treat you like a private club member. Florissant’s oldest park, Bangert Park, has a newly renovated competition-sized outdoor pool, as well as sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, a lighted roller hockey area, and a great playground for the kids. (To top it all off this park even has a Sherman tank right in the middle of it!)  Then there’s the James J. Eagan Civic Center, named for your town’s charismatic longest-serving mayor. With its indoor pool and hot tub, outdoor ice rink, basketball courts, game room, and 600-seat theater, this place is a hub of activity. For more than 75 years, the Hawthorne Players have never failed to impress with great seasons of performances in the civic center auditorium.

There are more than enough options of things to do in Florissant, and HappyNest drop off laundry service wants to help you find time to enjoy them. Remember, be it mud, dirt, food, or wine, we can clean it all off your clothes. So, get out and enjoy the history, beauty, and activity of Florissant, and leave your laundry to HappyNest.