Idaho Park List

Caldwell Park

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

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Camel's Back Reserve

The Camel's Back Reserve site is located on the back side of Camel's Back Park. This land along with the Camel's Back Park was acquired by the City of Boise in 1932 from Bernard Lemp, a relative of a former mayor. The reserve portion of the park is approximately ...

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Camozzi Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include picnicking. shelter, with ...

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Candlelight Park

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

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Canfield Mountain Trails

This area is a Natural Open Space with a Hiking/Mt Biking trail system. The trail is a mile and a half in length and is rated intermediate in difficulty with a few advanced ...

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Canfield Sports Complex

This park hosts four Little League fields, a tournament-sized soccer field, off-street parking, restroom shelters and drinking ...

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Capell Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, walk/jog trail, playground, restrooms, and ice skating and ...

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Capitol Park

Capitol Park is a 2-acre mini park in downtown Boise across Jefferson Street from the entrance to the State Capitol. The park features brick walkways, mature shade trees, planting beds with colorful flowers, picnic tables and park ...

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Caribou National Forest and Curlew National Grassland

The Caribou National Forest was created in 1907 by President Theodore Roosevelt. The Forest now covers more than 1 million acres in southeast Idaho, with small portions in Utah and Wyoming. The Caribou-Targhee National Forest boasts rugged mountains, fertile valleys, rivers, varied wildlife, campgrounds, wilderness, adventure, solitude and scenery ...

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Carl Miller Park

Located in the heart of Mountain Home, Carl Miller Park is the prime location to hold a community event or gathering. The 4.8 acre park is filled with large trees and plenty of shade! An F-111 is on display showing our towns pride in our United ...

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Cascade Park

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

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Cassia Park

Cassia Park is a 14-acre site in the heart of the Boise Bench. A popular destination for a neighborhood stroll, the park features a walking path, covered shelter, restrooms, playground, softball field, several pieces of public art, tennis courts and horse ...

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Castle Hills Park

Castle Hills Park is a small neighborhood park located in Northwest Boise. The park is 5 acres and features a playground, tennis courts, softball diamonds, Little League, soccer and football fields for visitors to ...

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Castle Rock Reserve

Castle Rock Reserve (located in the Foothills behind Quarry View Park) is a 48.5-acre site in Boise's East End. Known for its prominent rock outcropping, the historically significant site features natural open space and Ridge to Rivers ...

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Castle Rocks State Park

Castle Rocks State Park, a former ranch, is Idaho's newest state park, located adjacent to the City of Rocks National Reserve. Its 1440 acres includes similar outstanding rock formations, early 20th century ranch structures and pastures. Facilities are still in development but recreational opportunities include rock climbing,photography, picnicking,wildflower viewing, ...

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Catalpa Park

This park site is adjacent to Collister Elementary School, and includes a perimeter walking path, playground, restroom, shelter, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, basketball court and an informal skate board ...

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Centennial Heritage Park

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

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Centennial Park

Amenities for this 4.6 acre park include: picnic shelter, picnic tables, playground, and ...

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Centennial Park

Amenities & Features of this .40 acre park include: Half-court basketball, open play, picnic area, drinking fountain, sculpture, & benches, Neos 360 electronic play structure, gaming table, picnic shelter, & bike ...

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Central Bark Park

This 1.8 acre park features a fenced dog ...

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Champion Park

Amenities & Features of this 6 acre park include: Open play, shelter, picnic area, playground, restrooms, basketball court, drinking fountain, trash receptacles, walking path, & off-street ...

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Charles F. McDevitt Youth Sports Complex

Charles F. McDevitt Sports Complex is a Special Use Park located in west Boise near Eagle. The park is 30 acres with another 10 acres left to develop. The youth sports complex features picnic areas, a playground, several little league fields, a fishing ...

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Chase Park

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Chase Sports Field Complex

Located north of the River City Middle School, this project includes two ball fields (one softball & one Little League), the outfields are currently used for soccer, along with a playground and a half-mile of walking paths. Dogs Not ...

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Chateau Park

Amenities & Features of this 7 acre park include: Open play, shelter, rock monument, picnic area, playground, restrooms, basketball court, softball backstop, walking path, drinking fountain, trash receptacles, & off-street ...

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Cherry Hill Park

This Park has an 18 hole Disc Golf Course, an off-leash dog park, basketball, a BMX track, tennis, sledding, off-street parking, restrooms, the 9/11 Memorial playground, and the Fallen Heroes Plaza dedicated on September 11, ...

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City Acres Park

City Acres is a small neighborhood park on approximately 1½ acres of land. Enjoy the playground equipment or outdoor basketball court. The park is in a nice setting surrounded by mature trees. PARK FEATURES: Playground Equipment, Basketball Court, Drinking Fountain, Small active and passive ...

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City Hall Park

Amenities & Features of this .10 acre park include: Shelter, water feature, monuments, small grassy area, & picnic ...

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City Hall Plaza

Amenities & Features of this .90 acre plaza include: Amphitheater, pergola, benches, restrooms, trash receptacles, water features, bike racks, Heritage Pavilion, commemorative coin plaque, historical displays, & off-street ...

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City Of Rocks National Reserve

This unique geologic area became a landmark in 1843 for California-bound emigrants. They left wagon ruts across the landscape and their signatures in axle grease on Register Rock, Camp Rock and many others. A few granite pinnacles and monoliths are in excess of sixty stories tall and 2.5 billion years ...

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