Idaho Park List

Sunshine Meadows Park

Sunshine Meadows offers a playground, basketball, volleyball, tether ball, horseshoes, open space, a picnic shelter, a paved bicycle trail, and ...

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Sycamore Park

Sycamore Park is a 7-acre, neighborhood park. This open area park is located in the west end of Boise. New features in this park include a prefabricated concrete restroom building, picnic shelter, playground swings and additional play equipment for 2-5 yr ...

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Syringa Park

Syringa, formerly known as Shilo Park, is one of our newer neighborhood parks. There is a walking trail that follows along the outside of the park. There are bathrooms and a playground. A Crabapple Demonstration Grove containing more than 100 trees is located along the north and northwest ...

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Syringa Park

Located in the Fieldstone Subdivision (north of Poleline & east of Idaho Street), this 7+acre park offers a playground, 2 basketball courts, volleyball court, covered picnic shelter, restrooms, walking path and benches. Dogs Not ...

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Targhee National Forest

The Targhee National Forest is located in eastern Idaho and northwestern Wyoming, and has an area of 1,643,501 acres. Caribou and Targhee National Forests were combined from original forest lands created in 1891. There are local ranger district offices located in Ashton, Driggs, Dubois, and Island Park in ...

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Terrell & Ifft Park

Amenities for this 5.2 acre park include: picnic tables, restrooms, and a rock climbing ...

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Teton Park

Amenities for this 4 acre park include: Open Green ...

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Thorn Creek Reservoir

Thorn Creek Reservoir is surrounded by Great Basin desert vegetation, with sagebrush and grasslands spreading over rolling hills. In the spring and fall waterfowl and shorebirds concentrate at the reservoir. It provides excellent fishing opportunities through mid-summer and is open to non-motorized craft. Hunting for antelope and deer. To ...

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Thousand Springs State Park

Thousand Springs State Park, with its nine beautiful units, is a testament to why the area is called the Magic Valley. Visitors can view wagon ruts and bridge abutments at Kelton Trail, explore the magnificent Malad Gorge, access the riding arena at Billingsley Creek, get writing inspiration at Vardis ...

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Three Island Crossing State Park

Three Island Crossing State Park is located on the Snake River at Glenns Ferry. It is home to The Oregon Trail History and Education Center where visitors can learn about pioneer emigrants and Native American history. Oregon Trail pioneers knew this spot well. It was one of the most famous ...

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Tower Rock Recreation Site

The Lewis & Clark Expedition camped at the Tower Rock site, along the main Salmon River. Today, the site offers prime river access for floaters and steelhead and trout fishermen. Camping and picnic sites are also available, and the area makes a great stopping point for scenic ...

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Trail Creek Campground

The campground has 12 campsites and one picnic table on the Blackfoot River. This is the take-out for those floating from the dam or from Cutthroat Creek. From here to Cedar Creek the river is very challenging. Nesting golden eagles, prairie falcons, red-tailed hawks, and great horned owls inhabit ...

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Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes

The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is a 73-mile paved trail spanning the Idaho panhandle between Mullan and Plummer. It was created through a unique partnership between the Coeur d'Alene Tribe, Union Pacific Railroad, the U. S. Government and the State of Idaho. The trail begins in the historic ...

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Treaty Rock Park

This 4-acre site, located near Seltice Way on Compton Street, offers paved trails and picnic areas. The site is listed on the National Historic Register and features a section of the rock with the words "June 1, 1871, Frederick Post," along with Native American pictographs. Dogs Not ...

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Tree Valley Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: basketball, and ...

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Trevitt Park

Trevitt Park over looks downtown Lewiston with a restored gazebo to sit ...

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Tubbs Hill Natural Area

Tubbs Hill consists of over 120 acres and is bordered by Lake Coeur d'Alene on the west, south and east sides. There are several miles of hiking trails on the hill that provide spectacular scenery for everyone to enjoy. The trail head on the west side of Tubbs Hill ...

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Tully Park

Amenities & Features of this 18 acre park include: Open play, shelters (2), picnic area, memorial tree lane, playground, restrooms, volleyball standards, softball fields, basketball court, bike racks, skateboard park, drinking fountain, walking path, snow cone stand, off-street ...

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Tydeman Field

Amenities for this 2.6 acre park include: softball, picnic shelter, picnic tables, playground, and ...

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Underpass Park

This 5 acre park is a great place to people watch, learned by our fellow citizens that would sit in the old park bench regularly and watch the passing cars. Also a great place for your next family portraits. ...

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Ustick Park

This park is 16 acres and includes four (4) ballfields (200' fence), a covered shelter in the center, two (2) soccer fields, little league baseball field, and a restroom/concession ...

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Veterans Memorial Park

Veterans Memorial Park features several memorials throughout the park, a plaza, playground, pond fishing, and ...

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Veterans Memorial Park

This pocket park has grassy areas in which to lounge with beautiful views of Lake Coeur d'Alene and a monument to our Nation's ...

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Virgil Phillips Farm County Park

At the Virgil Phillips Farm County Park, primitive hiking trails lead through a variety habitats including forested lands, open fields and wetlands. The park includes several intermittent streams and two ponds. It is home to native Palouse species such as moose, elk, deer, black bear, and many birds and ...

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Vista Bonita Park

Amenities for this 8.5 acre park include: Baseball/Softball Field, Basketball, Benches, Biking, Drinking Fountain, Electricity, Horseshoes, Open Green Space, Picnic Tables, Playground equipment, Restrooms, Shelters, and ...

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Warm Springs Park

A 19.4-acre community park, Warm Springs Park is located adjacent to Warm Springs Golf Course. The undeveloped park provides valuable wildlife habitat on the banks of the Boise River. The park also features a segment of paved Greenbelt ...

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Warren Field

Located at 1st & Idaho, this 2.19-acre site was purchased in 1999 as a permanent city park. This park features a sports field, playground, a picnic site and a basketball half-court. Dogs Not ...

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West Park

Ample picnic areas, large amounts of open space and sports facilities make West Park a focal point in the Nampa community. This 44 acre park was built by the City of Nampa in 1978. West Park is home to Nampa's first softball complex that offers four softball fields. In ...

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West Roosevelt Park

This is an active park that children and teens will enjoy. PARK FEATURES: Playground, Drinking Fountain, Skate Park, and an Open ...

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Westello Park

Amenities for this 3.3 acre park include: picnic shelter, horseshoes, picnic tables, and ...

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