Discover Eagle, Idaho: A Guide to City Parks and Reservations
Eagle, Idaho is a city known for its beautiful parks and recreational spaces. In this blog post, we will introduce you to some of the city’s most popular parks, their unique features, and how you can reserve them for your events and activities[^1^].
Ada Eagle Sports Complex
The Eagle Sports Complex is an 85-acre park development located on Old Horseshoe Bend Road. It features a 12,500-square-foot skateboard park, basketball hoops, a picnic area, restrooms, bike trails, and a BMX course[^1^]. Reservations open annually on February 1, and the complex is perfect for large sports events and biking activities.
Adjacent to the Senior Citizens Center in downtown Eagle, Arboretum Park displays various plantings, including 37 varieties of trees, native plants, and a variety of roses, ground covers, and perennials[^1^]. The park is open for leisurely strolls and picnics at a first-come, first-serve basis.
Friendship Park and Tennis Court
Friendship Park features a tennis court/pickleball court facility, a covered picnic shelter with tables and barbecues, playground equipment for older children, and an arch climber area[^1^]. Reservations open annually on February 1.
Heritage Park and Gazebo
Heritage Park, located in downtown Eagle, features a gazebo and a ground-level water feature that is popular with children during the summer months[^1^]. The park also hosts entertainment events during the summer evenings and can be reserved for public use by emailing email@example.com.
Orval Krasen Park
Orval Krasen Park is a family park with open areas, a covered picnic shelter, restroom facilities, tables, benches, barbecues, and playground equipment for younger children[^1^]. Reservations open annually on February 1.
Parkway Park “Fitness Way”
Located on Plaza Drive, Parkway Park “Fitness Way” is an outdoor gym situated between the Eagle Senior & Community Center and local gyms[^1^]. The recreation equipment is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Reid W. Merrill Sr. Park
Reid W. Merrill Sr. Park features a splash pad, picnic shelters, and playground equipment[^1^]. Reservations open annually on February 1, and the splash pad is open between the hours of 9:00 AM-9:00 PM from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, weather permitting.
Stephen C. Guerber Park
Stephen C. Guerber Park offers a splash pad, playground, and picnic shelters[^1^]. Reservations open annually on February 1, and the splash pad is open between the hours of 9:00 AM-9:00 PM from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend, weather permitting.
Eagle, Idaho, boasts a diverse range of parks and recreational areas that cater to all interests and age groups. To reserve a park for your event or activity, visit the City of Eagle Parks and Recreation website at https://secure.rec1.com/ID/city-eagle/catalog/index?filter=dGFiJTVCNTY4JTVEPTEmc2VhcmNoPQ==.