Idaho Park List

Legacy Place

This pocket park offers open space for play or relaxation, and two picnic tables. ...

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Lena Whitmore Park

If you're looking for a nice, grassy place for a rollicking game of football or soccer, or for a great place for a family picnic, then this is the park. Located behind Lena Whitmore Elementary School, this facility is a joint venture between the City and School District. Facilities: ...

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Liberty Park

Liberty Park is a neighborhood park located on the Bench off Emerald Street near St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center. The 10-acre park features a great open play area, picnic area, playground, and little league fields. ...

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Liberty Park

Also known as Elm Street Park, this small park features green space and a play ...

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Liberty Park

A large picnic shelter next to a modern playground is perhaps the first thing a visitor will notice about Liberty Park. During the soccer season hundreds of Nampa children can be found playing soccer at Liberty Park in the evenings and weekends. In addition to soccer fields, the park ...

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Lincoln Park

Lincoln Park has one shelter. It is a small shelter and has 6 tables, enough to seat 36 people. This shelter has no electricity or water access. There is playground equipment, bathrooms, tennis courts, and ball diamonds ...

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Lions Park

Nampa's Lions Park offers a wide range of leisure opportunities for the whole family. The park has picnic shelters that can be reserved with a playground near by. Lions Park also offers a swimming pool with a diving board and spray toys that the whole family will enjoy. Lion's ...

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Little Boulder Recreation Site

This campground is adjacent to the East Fork Salmon River, near the Sawtooth National Recreation Area and is often used as a staging area for the Boulder-White Clouds Trail. The Challis Field Office offers a diversity of recreational sites and facilities for central Idaho visitors including five developed fee sites ...

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Little Wood River Reservoir

Little Wood Reservoir which is formed by Little Wood Dam is a major facility of the Little Wood Project. Managed by the Bureau of Reclamation, this 600-acre impoundment offers a 360-acre reservoir with 9 miles of shoreline. Boating and fishing are the major recreation activities at Little Wood ...

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Locomotive Park

On a cold winter night in Lewiston, Idaho, a dark and lonely park suddenly comes to life with lights, music and the sound of laughter - turning it into a winter wonderland. Visit Winter Spirit.com for more information. Lighting Ceremonies are always the Saturday before Thanksgiving and you ...

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Lower Salmon River

The Lower Salmon River is a "pool and drop" river, with the more difficult rapids in the narrow canyons. Numerous white and sandy beaches on both sides of the river offer camping. The 20-mile stretch of the Snake River, from the confluence with the Salmon River to the Heller ...

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Luby Park

This park is 12 acres and includes playground equipment, three (3) tennis courts, Rose Garden, picnic tables, restrooms, drinking fountain, one (1) sand volleyball court, two (2) basketball half courts, a lighted baseball field (fence 315'), and a gazebo style shelter available for ...

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Lucky Peak Lake

Construction of Lucky Peak Dam and Lake began in November 1949, and the dam became operational in March 1955. The facilities include Lucky Peak Dam, Lucky Peak Lake, Federally-owned lands managed by the Corps, and recreational areas. The dam and lake benefits include flood control, fish and wildlife, irrigation ...

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Lucky Peak Rock Climbing Area

Lucky Peak Rock Climbing Area offers a truly unique experience for everyone. The wall face just across from Diversion Dam is a popular place just outside of Boise to practice rock climbing and rappelling. Outdoor recreation opportunities on public lands in Idaho can mean relaxed activities such as lake fishing ...

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Lucky Peak State Park

Three distinct units can be found at this state park, three of which are located near Lucky Peak reservoir just 8 miles east of Boise. Discovery Park is a popular roadside park for picnics, walking your pet or fishing in the Boise River. Sandy Point, at the base of ...

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Mackay Reservoir Recreation Sites

Mackay Reservoir is a large campground five miles north of Mackay on Highway 93. Most water-based activities are available at the reservoir, including ice fishing in the winter months. This site has a wonderful view of the Lost River Range and has had major renovation during the ...

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Magic Reservoir

This popular site for fishing, boating, water skiing and ice fishing offers semi-developed camping. Nearby commercial facilities offer a range of accommodations and developed campgrounds with RV services. The Shoshone Field Office offers a variety of recreational sites and facilities to help you enjoy the land and water resources ...

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Magnolia Park

Magnolia Park is a 7-acre undeveloped neighborhood park in Northwest Boise, adjacent to Shadow Hills Elementary ...

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Manitou Park

Manitou Park is an 11-acre park with mature shade trees and a large open area in a well-established Southeast Boise neighborhood. The park features several play areas, including a sports field, playground, basketball courts and tennis ...

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Mann Creek Reservoir

Mann Creek Reservoir is formed by Mann Creek Dam, which is part of the Mann Creek Project. Managed by the Bureau of Reclamation, Snake River Area Office, this 650-acre impoundment offers a 280-acre reservoir with 5 miles of shoreline. Boating and fishing are the major recreation activities at ...

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Mann Lake Reservoir

Mann Lake Reservoir 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. Mann Lake Reservoir is located below the east face of Steens Mountain, and attracts anglers ...

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Manson Park

Amenities for this 3 acre park include: park benches, ...

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Maple Grove Campground

Developed campground with camping, picnicking, fishing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing and swimming. 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 in ...

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Maple Wood Park

Maple Wood Park is a small neighborhood park that is just over 2 acres in size. This is a fun park with a modern playground and open play area. The park offers an access point to the Rails to Trails walking path. On the north side of Greenhurst is ...

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Marianne Williams Park

Marianne Williams Park is an undeveloped 70-acre park site which is located on the Boise River adjacent to Harris Ranch in the Barber Valley. The riverside park will feature manicured green space, paved pathways, extension of Boise River Greenbelt and natural areas. ...

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Mary Ellen Meadows

Mary Ellen's Meadows Park is a small neighborhood park that was developed in 1996. The park is approximately two acres in size and is located near Iowa Elementary School and offers a small active play ...

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Mary's Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, picnic facilities, tennis, walk/jog trail, restrooms, and ...

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Massacre Rocks State Park

Oregon Trail emigrants referred to the Massacre Rocks area as "Gate of Death" and "Devil's Gate", but modern day travelers use terms like beautiful, serene, and restful to describe the park. The park is rich in Oregon Trail, geological, and natural histories. Rich in history, pioneers used this area, specifically ...

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McAuley Park

McAuley Park is special right of way park featuring serene surroundings found only in the north end of Boise. A few park benches make it possible to take a quick stop to enjoy the fresh air and some of Boise's ...

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McClendon Spring Campground

McClendon Spring Campground offers a truly unique way to experience the Idaho's public lands. The site includes a primitive campground with restrooms, free of charge. From the camp ground, you will have access to undeveloped exploration of the Cottrel Mountains. Here you will surely see plenty of beautiful ...

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