Parks Passport

Coeur d'Alene Parks Passport Program 2017


Did you know that we have 31 great parks here in Coeur d'Alene? This program was created to familiarize the community with all of the great parks available for use! Participate in this fun program by visiting the selected parks each year. Visit parks, enter to win amazing prizes!

Thank you to these contributors for donating prizes:
  • JAMs Frozen Yogurt Gift Cards
  • Mackenzie River Pizza Gift Cards
  • Black Sheep Sporting Goods Gift Card
  • Bicycle helmet from Trek Bicycle Store
  • Passes to Jump N2 Fun Indoor Facility
  • Texas Roadhouse Dinner for Two
  • Cold Stone complimentary ice cream creations
  • Tokens for the CDA Carousel
    Prizes from Fleet Feet
  • $15 credit for any CDA Recreation Activity
  • Kroc Center Family Day Passes
  • Various small trees from CDA Urban Forestry
  • Brooks Seaplane 20 minute flight
  • Selkirk Sport Pickleball Paddle

Visit the selected parks between now and Sept 1, 2017 and find the Parks Passport colorful signs. Simply take your photo in front of the signs to enter in the drawing for great prizes! Please submit all five photos at once to kkosanke@cdaid.org

Don't have a camera? No worries! Pick up a Parks Passport in one of the signs or a City Hall (click here to print one) and simply write down the animal you see on each sign at the selected parks. Then, return the completed form to the Parks & Rec office at 710 E Mullan Ave.

2017 Selected Parks:
McEuen Park (520 Front)
You have likely been to this amazing park! Play on the amazing adventure playground, play pickleball or tennis, basketball, or take a stroll on the walking paths and visit the beautiful Veteran's Memorial Plaza near the water. Bring your suit and play in the splash pad! Bring your dog to play off-leash at the dog park (one of three in town)!

Sunset Park (1355 Best)
This little park has basketball, sports fields and a wonderful playground. Check out the parent/child swing while you are there - it's a lot of fun for parents and their little ones, enjoying a ride face to face.

Landings Park (3849 Long Meadow)
This park has so many features! A playground, a toddler playground, a splash pad, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, tennis courts, open space, two picnic shelters and walking trails. One loop around the perimeter trail is a half mile so this is a great place for timing your walking or running!

Fernan Natural Area (2571 Potlatch Hill Rd)
You of course know of Tubbs Hill, but do you know about the Fernan Natural Area? This property was donated to the City in 2011 and features trails (built mostly by volunteers!) over a mile in length. There are amazing views at this site that will not disappoint!

Northshire Park (3889 Nez Perce Rd)
This park features pickleball courts, tennis courts, a playground, basketball, volleyball, and horseshoes. There is an off-leash dog park here too called Central Bark, so bring Fido along to play!

    After you're done, stop by City Hall for a Parks Passport finisher sticker!