Arboretum Park is located adjacent to the Senior Citizens Center in downtown Eagle. An arboretum, by definition, is a place where many kinds of trees or shrubs are grown for study or display. The Eagle Arboretum displays various plantings including 37 varieties of trees, native plants, and a variety of roses, ground covers and perennials. Plants and trees are identified by name stakes, which contain the scientific name, common name and family. The public is welcome to take a leisurely stroll through the Arboretum and take advantage of the picnic tables and benches.
The Ada/Eagle Sports Complex is located on Old Horseshoe Bend Road just north of its intersection with Floating Feather Road. It features a 12,500 square foot skateboard park, basketball hoops, picnic area, and restrooms. The Skate Park was a joint effort by the City of Eagle and Ada County and is the first phase of an 85-acre park development. Other additions include bike trails and a BMX course. Ada/Eagle Sports Complex Trails Map.
Friendship Park features a lighted tennis court/sport court facility. A covered picnic shelter with tables and barbecues is available. This park features playground equipment for older children in addition to an arch climber area. Porta-potties are available in the park from May through September.
Heritage Park features a Gazebo and a ground level water feature that is a hit with children in the summertime. The Gazebo is available for public use and features entertainment events during the summer evenings. Also featured in this Park are monogrammed brick pavers. To facilitate your enjoyment of Downtown Eagle, a convenient parking lot is located adjacent to Heritage park. Park your car and take a walking tour of Downtown Eagle and enjoy the variety of shops and restaurants available for your enjoyment.
Orval Krasen Park is a family park with open areas and features a covered picnic shelter and restroom facilities. Tables, benches and barbeques are available. This park features playground equipment for younger children in addition to a swing area and dome climber.
Construction on Reid W. Merrill, Sr. Community Park was completed in March of 2003. The park features include an open playing field, picnic areas, wetland/riparian areas, an observation shelter (gazebo), pond area, foot paths, children's play area (including an interactive water feature), volleyball and basketball courts. The picnic shelter may be reserved.
This beautiful park has amenities which include playground equipment, an interactive water feature, permanent restrooms and two picnic shelters, as well as a large playing field and little league facilities.
The park's 2 permanent shelters reside on either side of the park. Aptly named Sunrise and Sunset, either can be reserved here.