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  • Sitting on 13 acres this park in Twin Falls offers 2 shelters with 48 seats, grill and electricity. There is playground equipment, restroom, drinking fountain, picnic tables, paved trail, 2 sand ...
  • This Park located on Shoshone Street is very open with no bushes or pathways. Spreading on 5.5 acres in the middle of the Twin Falls city this historic park offers picnic tables, playground equip...
  • This Park is also known as Candy Cane Park and is located on 1800 Block Stadium Boulevard. All of four acres the Park was donated in 1965 to the city of Twin Falls. It has a 54 seat shelter equip...
  • Open year-round this Park lies 3 miles East on Falls Ave, a 1 ¼ miles North on 3300 East. All of 191 acres you need to pay a gate fee of $3.00 to enter the Park. Inside are shelters with s...
  • Enjoy this RV Park that is a wonderful place to enjoy nature near Kellogg. This beautiful area is within sight of freeway but not too noisy. A nice creek runs about 100 yards away. Also the "...
  • This Park is also known as the Football field. The great outdoors can be enjoyed in Kellogg at this Park that is situated right across Kellogg City Park. In 2005 the Silver Valley Veterans Commi...
  • The city planners have turned the abandoned railroad railbed into a Green Belt walkway through the middle of the city which connects to the Trail of the Coeur d`Alenes that extends from the Monta...
  • The waterpark is an amenity designed and built for guests staying at the Morning Star Lodge. Day use admittance can easily be arranged for groups for groups of more than 15 people. You can get mo...
  • Encompassing a 58-acre, glacially created, pothole lake encircled by coniferous forest, visitors enjoy the foot trail around the lake. The Cocolalla Creek takes you under canopies of a wide varie...
  • Featuring the oldest standing building in Idaho, this State Park contains a historic church, parish house in the surrounding area. The Mission of the Sacred Heart was built between 1848 and 1853 ...
  • This place was a Nez Perce mission developed by missionaries in 1836. Today the site serves as National Park Service headquarters and contains a major interpretive center to explain Nez Perce his...
  • This is just the place for outdoor family fun and celebration. You can enjoy by starting on a road trip that follows the route of the red Kokanee Salmon as they swim up Mores Creek, then celebrat...
  • This is a multi-use sports complex located right next to Lakeview Park on Ontario Street in Sandpoint. The grounds are dedicated to the memory of Bonner County servicemen and women lost in wars f...
  • This 18 acre wide beach side park area located on Bridge Street, is the oldest and best known park in Sandpoint. City Beach is a public beach located in the heart of the city offering sandy beac...
  • The Park comprises of just about half acre of area in the heart of downtown in Sandpoint. This ½ acre parcel was donated to the City by the Farmin family. The Hawkins family donated the b...
  • Located on Pine Street the Park boasts 24.5 acres of area and has a wide variety of amenities, including 3 full size softball diamonds, a medium size baseball diamond, soccer fields, football fie...
  • Outside of the downtown area Davis Beach is a quieter area favored by families and nearby cabin owners looking for peace and solitude. Whether under the shade of scattered pine trees or basking i...
  • Lying at an elevation of 5,021 feet, Rotary Park provides an opportunity to enjoy the scenic shore of Payette Lake. The small, city-owned site features picnic tables, restrooms, children’s ...
  • This Park is situated on the former location of the McCall Mill. Beautifully converted into a city park, it is a great place for family outings. Located by the shoreline path it encompasses picni...
  • This beach side park is a great spot to relax and view Payette Lake. The park features municipal docks, grassy slopes with picnic benches and also a small sandy wading and swimming beach. You nee...
  • Spreading on 89.4-acres this regional park located near downtown Boise is home to Zoo Boise, Boise Art Museum, Idaho State Historical Museum and Idaho Black History Museum. Julia Davis Park is th...
  • Acquired by Boise Parks & Recreation in 1997 this Park is for the benefit of the people of the State of Idaho, Idaho`s Veterans, and the general public. With several memorials throughout the...
  • This Park site was acquired by the City of Boise in 1932 and a portion of the park that was about 11 acres was developed specially as a garden. The park was dedicated in 1965. Park amenities in...
  • Located on North Penitentiary Road, Botanical Garden offers a refreshing natural experience amid its stimulating flora and foliage. The garden provides a beautiful and unique setting and is also ...