Here’s a list of parks in the City of Coeur d’Alene. Park hours are 5 am to 11 pm. Splash pads run Memorial weekend through Labor Day weekend. Restrooms at most parks are winterized by the middle of October. Tennis and pickle ball nets are usually removed by the first week of November.
Memorial Park – Amenities include a large shared use parking lot, a playground, pickle ball courts, a Futsal court, a new restroom/gazebo building and an extensive skate park.
Independence Point – Connects to City Park and has a beach, swim area, benches and water features.
G.O. Phippeny – Provides plenty of open space for kids to play, basketball, a picnic shelter and a tree identification area.
Bryan Playfield – Offers a children’s baseball field, play equipment, and a basketball court.
Bluegrass Park – Includes children’s play equipment, a splash pad, basketball, volleyball, tetherball, open space, a picnic shelter and more.
Heyburn State Park – The oldest park in the Pacific Northwest. Visitors can enjoy the peaceful serenity of cottages, cabins and campsites and trails.
McEuen Park – the city’s largest playground, a colorful splash pad, tennis/pickle ball court, basketball court, and an off-leash dog park.
Cherry Hill – Has an 18-hold disc golf course, an off-leash dog park, basketball, a BMX track, tennis and pickle ball courts, and sledding.
City Park & Fort Sherman Playground – Offers a swim beach, basketball courts, picnic shelter, grills, drinking fountains, and sand volleyball courts.
Blackwell Island – Sit on the beach or take a dip in the water, or catch bass from the dock.
Q’emiln Park – 78.5-acre park features a guarded swimming beach, boat launch, BBQ pits, picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, and a concession stand.
Riverstone Park – Community park has a picnic shelter with BBQ grills, other open space picnic areas, an amphitheater, benches, pedestrian/bicycle paths.
Atlas Mill Park – Amenities include an ADA accessible water dog park and ADA accessible swim area, ADA accessible picnic area, and ADA accessible kayak launch, a playground, restroom facility and picnic shelter, and access to the Centennial Trail.
Higgens Point – A popular trail for hiking and walking.
Ramsey Park – Offers a picnic shelter, 5 softball diamonds, hardball field, tennis courts, volleyball, basketball, and children’s play equipment.
Coeur d’Alene Skate Park – Skatepark and BMX Freestyle Park in downtown Coeur d’Alene next to Memorial Field.