At each park there is a Parks Passport sign that you will need to take a picture in front of. If you don’t take pictures, simply make note of the secret animal on each sign and turn in a parks passport form (link to form here), or pick one up at the Parks & Recreation Dept. This program ends September 4th and that week the prize drawings will occur.
- Kroc Center Family Day Passes (5!) (Each pass is a single-use Family Day Pass for up to 5 family members)
- Premium Invikta Pickleball Paddle (Donated by Selkirk Sports - a $149 value!)
- Two single 1/2 Day Kayak Rentals (Donated by Kayak Coeur d'Alene)
- Cornhole game (Donated by Marcheso and Thew Financial Advisors)
2018 Selected Parks:
G.O. Phippeny Park (827 N 7th Street)
a great downtown neighborhood park that provides plenty of open space for kids to play, children’s play equipment, basketball, off-street parking, a tree identification area, and a picnic shelter.
Johnson Mill River (4340 West Shoreview Lane)
This park offers a picnic shelter, an observation area, a day use boat dock, a fishing area, a swim beach and off street parking.
Bluegrass Park (6071 N Courcelles Pkwy)
Bluegrass has children’s play equipment, a splash pad, basketball, volleyball, tetherball, open space, a picnic shelter with BBQ, disc golf, paved bicycle trails, and off-street parking.
Shadduck Lane Park (1875 E Shadduck Lane)This community park has basketball, volleyball, a playground, horseshoe pits, a picnic shelter and open space.
Canfield Mountain Natural Area (2305 E Mountain Vista Drive)
This Natural Open Space park has a Hiking and Mt Biking trail system. The trail is a mile and a half in length and is rated intermediate in difficulty with a few advanced areas.
After you're done, stop by City Hall for a Parks Passport finisher sticker! Prizes will be drawn the week after the contest closes. Winners will be notified via phone call and/or email.