Idaho Park List

Pioneer Tot Lot

The Pioneer Tot Lot playground is age appropriate for 2-12 years of ...

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Pipeline Recreation Site

The Pipeline Recreation Site includes a developed campground with camping, fishing, boating and picnicking. Recreation on public lands in the Pocatello Field Office is managed in three distinct areas: the Blackfoot River Special Resource Management Area (SRMA), the Pocatello SRMA and the Pocatello Extensive Recreation Management Area (ERMA). Recreation sites ...

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Platt Gardens

This special use area is located directly in front of the Boise Depot. Dogs are not allowed at Platt Gardens. Located on a hillside overlooking Capitol Boulevard and downtown Boise, Platt Gardens is a scenic location for wedding and graduation ...

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Poitevin Park

This park features a playground and open play ...

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Polites Park

This 1-acre site provides a passive wayside along Ponderosa Blvd. near Ridgewood ...

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Ponderosa State Park

Ponderosa State Park covers most of a 1,000-acre peninsula that juts into beautiful Payette Lake near McCall. The scenic overlook at Osprey Point offers a spectacular view of the lake. The park offers hiking and biking trails, guided walks with park naturalists and evening campfire programs. The North Beach ...

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Porter Park

Porter Park, named in honor of Arthur Porter, Jr., is situated in downtown Rexburg. The park offers a variety of features, including the jewel of the park, the historic Idaho Centennial Carousel. In 2005 a new walking path was added around the park and in the summer of 2006 ...

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Priest Lake State Park

Priest Lake State Park lies just 30 miles from the Canadian Border, nestled deep below the crest of the Selkirk Mountains. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Northern Idaho and mile-high mountains, Priest Lake State Park sits along the eastern shores of Priest Lake, a 19-mile long, over 300 ...

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Prospect Park

This is a 2 acre strip of grass on the west side of Prospect Avenue that has benches to sit and admire the Snake River and Kiwanis Park down ...

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Q'emiln Park

Q'emiln Park (pronounced "ka-mee-lin"), at the south end of the Spokane Street bridge, is a 78 acre park which features a guarded swimming beach, boat launch, BBQ pits, picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, concession stand, restrooms, and a 40-acre trail system. There are two small covered shelters (the ...

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Quarry View Park

Quarry View Park consists of a reservable shelter, basketball court, tennis court, playground and open space. The park is approximately 11 acres in size. ...

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Railroad Park

Railroad Park was the first park of Mountain Home. In the late 1880's, folks would get off of the Oregon Short Line (OSL) and walk through this park to get to Main Street. Railroad Park recently went through a major upgrade. There is a new walking ...

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Rainey Field

Amenities for this 4.2 acre park include: softball, and ...

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Ramsey Park

This park offers a picnic shelter, 5 softball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, volleyball, basketball, children's play equipment, restrooms, and access to the Prairie ...

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Raymond Park

Amenities for this 7.8 acre park include: picnic tables, picnic shelter, horseshoes, and ...

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Red Point Recreation Site

The site offers a beautiful developed campground with fishing, camping, picnicking and non-motorized boating opportunities. Recreation on public lands in the Pocatello Field Office is managed in three distinct areas: the Blackfoot River Special Resource Management Area (SRMA), the Pocatello SRMA and the Pocatello Extensive Recreation Management Area (ERMA). Recreation ...

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Redwood Park

Redwood Park is a 7-acre neighborhood park located near Ustick Road between North Five Mile and Cloverdale in West Boise. The park features open green space, a walking path, fishing pond, picnic benches and a ...

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Reid W. Merrill Sr. Community Park

This park features include an open playing field, picnic areas, wetland/riparian areas, an observation shelter (gazebo), pond area, foot paths, children's play area (including an interactive water feature), and volleyball and basketball courts. ...

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Reinhart Park

This park is located on Washburn just north of Grandview Dr. Reinhart Park has one shelter. It is gazebo style (patio w/roof) and has 10 tables. It can seat up to 60 people. It has playground equipment nearby and there is a swimming pool there that is managed ...

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Renaissance Park

Amenities & Features of this 6.5 acre park include: Open play, restrooms, playground, sand pit, picnic shelter, basketball court, drinking fountain, walking path, trash receptacles, & off-street ...

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Reservoir A

Reservoir A is formed by Resevoir A Dam which is part of the Lewiston Orchards Project. Recreation on this 146-acre impoundment with 3-miles of shoreline is administered by the Lewiston Orchards Irrigation District. Facilities limited to day use. Available species for fishing include rainbow trout, crappie, and ...

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Rettig Square

Rettig Square is a nice tree covered area across the street from City Hall and right next to the Nez Perce Sheriff's office. You can enjoy sitting in the shade or eating your lunch under the oak ...

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Rhodes Skate Park

Rhodes Skate Park is a 1.28-acre special use park located in west downtown near the Linen District. Local youth helped design the park, which features inline skating and skateboarding. The covered and lighted area features a vert, rails and ...

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Richard Aguirre Park

This 8.3 acre facility offers many opportunities for fun and recreation. the park features 2 gazebos which are a great place to hold picnics and other large events. Richard Aguirre Park is also home to the city swimming ...

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Ridgecrest Park

This park lies nestled in the Ridgecrest Subdivision located on the South 5th West. This park is a great place to take the kids or have an afternoon picnic. There is lots of playground equipment and a great gazebo to hold a social ...

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Ririe Reservoir

Ririe Reservoir is formed by Ririe Dam which is a major feature on the Ririe Project . Ririe Reservoir is administered by the Bonneville County Parks & Recreation Department. Access to this 1,500-acre reservoir with 32 miles of shoreline is fair to good. Fishing season runs from late ...

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Riverside Park

Riverside Park is a five-acre site on the Greenbelt west of downtown Boise. The park features an open grassy area, shady trees and benches for enjoying the river. A memorial plaza to honor Idaho's Fallen Firefighters features a life-size bronze ...

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Riverstone Park

Located in Riverstone off of Beebe Avenue, this community park has a picnic shelter with BBQ grills, other open space picnic areas, an amphitheatre, benches, pedestrian/bicycle paths, restrooms, a playground and off-street parking. ...

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Rock Creek Trails Estates Park

Amenities for this 2.4 acre park include: Open Green Space and ...

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Rollandet Park

This park features off street parking and three ball ...

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