Eagle, Idaho Parks
The city of Eagle has many beautiful, family-friendly parks. Many are tucked away in quiet, private areas and may be difficult to locate for newcomers. We have pulled out every park in town so you can decide which one suits your needs for every outing. Whether you are looking for a quick stop on the swings with your toddler, a walk near the river, or a foothills bike ride, Eagle has a park for you. Here is your guide to finding the right park for your next outing.
If you wish to make a reservation for a picnic shelter, you must fill out an application and waiver of liability.
Eagle Island State Park - 4000 W. Hatchery Road - (208) 939-0696
This State Park is 545 acres of beaches, grassy picnic areas and trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. A longtime favorite of residents and tourists alike, this park also features a waterslide both tame and adventurous enough for the whole family. Load up the car and spend the whole day! Click here for more info.
Arboretum Park - 312 E. State Street, Downtown Eagle
This quaint park is nestled next to the Senior Citizens Center in downtown Eagle. Every tree and plant is labeled for a wonderful learning experience for the whole family. Park benches and tables are sprinkled throughout.
Friendship Park - Ranch Drive and Stierman Way in Eagle Hills
A charming neighborhood park nestled in Eagle Hills subdivision on the corner of Ranch Drive and Stierman Way. It offers playground equipment, climbing wall, tennis court and small covered picnic area with barbeques.
Guerber Park - 2200 E. Hill Road
Stephen C. Guerber Park, a.k.a "Hill Road Park" by the locals, has it all. This popular park includes a large playground and splash pad, swings, climbing boulders and a sports complex outlined by a walking path. Kids enjoy shaved ice in the summer months and birthday parties under the large picnic shelters are a common weekend activity.
Heritage Park - 185 E. State Street, Downtown Eagle
This landmark of Eagle features a large gazebo that is often used for entertaining crowds at Eagle's many community events in the summer. Small fountains of water that spray in front of the gazebo are a popular hangout for kids on hot days. A perfect stop along the downtown corridor while enjoying Eagle's boutiques and restaurants.
Merrill Park - 637 E. Shore Drive in Eagle River Development
Reid W. Merrill Park features many picnic areas both covered and open, as well as a large playground, rock wall and splash pad. Foot paths leading directly to the Boise River and Greenbelt make this park a portal to Idaho's local wildlife and beyond. Volleyball and Basketball courts and the spacious grassy field help make this park a complete family destination.
Orval Krasen Park - Stierman Way, in Eagle Hills subdivision.
This quiet neighborhood park has been a landmark of Eagle for generations. Featuring swings, classic jungle gym and small playground for younger tikes, open areas and picnic shelter with barbeques.
Eagle Sports Complex - Horseshoe Bend Road (Old Hwy 55)
Eagle Skate Park and Eagle Bike Park are the first phases of an 85-acre park development brought to life from the joint efforts of the City of Eagle and Ada County. 12,500 sq. feet of skating extravaganza open from dawn to 9:00pm.
Terrain features bowls, stairs, boxes and rails. As part of the ongoing development of the Sports Complex, bike and walking paths on the other side of the parking lot have been built. They include obstacle courses and drops for various ability levels. Idaho Velodrome information is currently grouped under the Eagle Bike Park until further notice. Cyclocross information can be found at the link below.
Eagle Bike Park information.
Eagle Foothills BMX.
Idaho Waffle Cross - Cyclocross at Eagle Velo Park