Idaho Park List

North Pines Park

This park offers several outdoor leisure opportunities, including a childrens playground, basketball, grass volleyball courts, a picnic shelter, a drinking fountain and ...

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Northern Ridge Park

Amenities for this 4 acre park include: Drinking Fountain, Electricity, Grills, Open Green Space, Picnic Tables, Playground equipment, Restrooms, and ...

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Northshire Park

This park offers several outdoor leisure oppportunities, including a picnic area, an off-leash dog park, tennis courts, a playground, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, and ...

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Nottingham Park

Nottingham Park is a 2 acre mini park featuring open play areas, small playground, and 1 basketball ...

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O.K. Ward Park

Amenities for this 41 acre park include: grills, picnic tables, picnic shelter, baseball, softball, playground, and ...

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Optimist Field

Amenities for this 2.2 acre park include: picnic tables, softball, and ...

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Optimist Park

Optimist Park is a place for sports, picnics and play. Football fields, soccer fields and baseball fields are all found at Optimist Park. With 15 acres of land, Optimist Park offers a great place to enjoy the vast open areas with the entire family. On a limited basis, the ...

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Optimist Youth Sports Complex

Optimist Youth Sports Complex is a 51 acre park located in northwest Boise. The park features sports fields, open play areas, a fishing pond and public art. ...

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Oregon National Historic Trail

This 135-mile section of the Oregon National Historic Trail presents wonderful recreational opportunities. Jump in your car to experience this area's beautiful scenery or explore on foot to discover ample opportunities for camping, hiking, horseback riding, OHV riding and scenic/wildlife viewing. In the mid-1800s, thousands of pioneers followed the Oregon ...

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Oregon Trail Reserve

The Oregon Trail Reserve is a 66-acre site in Southeast Boise. The area features a scenic view of the Boise Front and the historic Kelton Ramp, a path forged by overland travelers heading down the rim to the Boise ...

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Oregon Trail Youth Complex

Amenities for this 20 acre park include: Baseball/Softball Field, Basketball, Drinking Fountain, Open Green Space, Picnic Tables, Playground equipment, Restrooms, and ...

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Orval Krasen Park

Orval Krasen Park is a family park with open areas and features a covered picnic shelter and restroom facilities. Tables, benches and barbeques are available. This park features playground equipment for younger children in addition to a swing ...

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Osborne Park

This 11 acre neighborhood park features a nice walking path that allows the public to take a stroll through the park. This trail is scheduled to be extended as subdivisions are built along the Elijah Drain. PARK FEATURES: Walking Trail, Open areas and Pond, and a 9 hole Disc ...

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Owens Park

Owens Park is a 1.05 acre mini park located in the historic Sycamore Neighborhood, a 101-acre area within the greater Collister Neighborhood in northwest Boise. This small park provides a quiet place for neighbors to enjoy, with one or two picnic ...

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Owyhee Park

Owyhee Park is a 5-acre neighborhood park on the Bench near Vista Avenue and I-84. Amenities include playground equipment for ages 2-12, practice fields, a basketball court, four tennis courts and open ...

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Owyhee Uplands Backcountry Byway

The Byway is 103 miles long and consists of gravel and paved roads that are suitable for passenger vehicles. This region provides access to one of the best remaining examples of the sagebrush-steppe ecosystem and habitat for more than 180 species of birds and mammals such as coyotes, bighorn ...

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Oxford Slough Waterfowl Production Area

Oxford Slough Waterfowl Production Area is in Franklin and Bannock counties on the edge of Oxford in southeast Idaho. It was purchased to protect redhead nesting habitat. The area is largely hardstem bulrush marsh, interspersed with open water and surrounded by areas of playa, saltgrass flats, native wet meadow, ...

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Palisades Reservoir

Palisades Reservoir is formed by Palisades Dam, which is a major feature on the Palisades Project. Recreation on this 25 square mile (16,100-acre) reservoir with 70 miles of limited access shoreline, is administered by the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. Located in scenic southeast Idaho and west-central Wyoming, east of ...

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Park Meadows Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: walk/jog trail, and playground, (on Galena between Margaret and Homerun ...

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Park Street Park

Park Street Park is a pocket park with swings, a slide, and open space for kids to run, throw, or kick a ball around. Trees around the park make it a great place to have a family picnic or relax with a good book. ...

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Parkcenter Park

Parkcenter Park is a 13 acre special use park, located in east Boise. The area is frequently visited by waterfowl during the spring and summer months. Although Parkcenter is a smaller park it is a very popular place to play sand volleyball, and for ...

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Payette National Forest

The Payette National Forest covers much of west-central Idaho, and is virtually surrounded by other national forests and BLM-managed lands. It is bordered on the north by the Salmon River, on the west by the Snake River, on the east by the Middle Fork of the Salmon River and ...

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Payette River

In an average year, streams carry more than 100 billion cubic feet of water from the high country, mostly in April and August. Dams at Cascade Lake and Deadwood Reservoir augment rivers flows as the runoff subsides, often extending the whitewater boating season into the fall. The Payette River ...

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Peppermint Park

Peppermint Park is a 7-acre neighborhood park located next to Pepper Ridge Elementary School in Southwest Boise. Park amenities include open space, trees, pathways, restroom and picnic ...

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Pepsi Park

Pepsi Park is located to your right as you are entering Lewiston on Highway 12 from the the north, east and south. This is a Little League field used for boys baseball. The park also has a playground for those not interested in the ball field and ...

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Person Field

Person Field is a multi-purpose ...

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Phillippi Park

This 8.5-acre park features a playground, basketball courts, a tennis court, horseshoe pit, open play areas, practice fields and restrooms. A covered picnic shelter can be reserved for small ...

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Pierce Tennis Court

Amenities for this half acre park include: Picnic Tables and ...

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Pine Grove Park (Undeveloped)

Pine Grove is an undeveloped park featuring a 1-acre temporary fenced dog off-leash area with mulch ground cover, trees and benches. Parking is available on the street only. ...

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Pioneer Park

Pioneer Park is the oldest park in Lewiston that started out as a cemetery until the late 1880s. The church that sits at 3rd Avenue and 5th Street was built in 1904 as a Law Library and the northern home of the Idaho Supreme Court until 1956. Pioneer ...

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