McEuen Park

McEuen Aerial
CLICK THE PICTURE FOR AN INTERACTIVE MAP OF THE MCEUEN REDESIGN
This 22.5 acre park is located at 420 E Front Street.
Directions:From I-90 take NW Boulevard south, continue on as the road curves left and turns into Sherman Avenue. Turn right on Second Street, which again curves left and hang a right into the 3rd Street Parking Lot.
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 McEuen Park

 This park boasts the city’s largest playground, a colorful splash pad, tennis/pickle ball court, basketball court, off-leash dog park, Avista Pavilion (to host events for up to 400 people), the Rotary Harbor House (that is a waterfront concession stand/restroom facility), the sea wall overlook, grand plaza, Veterans Memorial, and 4-acre grassy area with room to hold events for up to 5,000 people. This park also hosts a boat launch, mooring facilities and a trail head for Tubbs Hill. The 60 mile Centennial Trail that begins at Nine Mile Falls, Washington and ends at Higgins Point on Coeur d'Alene Lake runs right through the middle of McEuen Park.

 MCEUEN FACT SHEET

 Splashpad  Grand Opening  Playground

McEuen Park Reconstruction
More than 1,000 people celebrated the dedication of McEuen Park on May 24, 2014. The 20-acre, $20 million project included construction of an underground parking facility with spaces for 430 vehicles, which opened up nearly three acres of parkland. Work also included construction/expansion of parking lots adjacent to City Hall, Front Avenue upgrades, and a pedestrian promenade on Front Avenue.

Created by Mrs. Palmer - 5th grade teacher at Sorensen Elementary
 
 




Time elapsed video of the McEuen Park with historical commentary 
 

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McEuen Park and the resort